Quite probably Opera rented the module that did this, but it's still a good accessibility feature that I used to use, something I had begun to take as a given until it was removed in v.12. It also counts as one of Opera's more esoteric features.
WML does belong to the web browser natuarally, as it is a markup language just like HTML. Since the standard only allows simple pages, they are easy to browse. I must admit that I don't know any WML sites myself anymore. [...]Why make an exception for e-mail an integrate that into the browser? Well, e-mails are often HTML pages today, and contain hyperlinks more often than they occur on IRC.
I prefer dedicated software for different tasks over a half-baked kitchen sink.
Besides, covenience and security/privacy never go hand in hand. One is achieved at the cost of the other.
Then Opera probably was not for you. It was an internet suite, not a mere browser.
Bittorrent is even less workable in a web browser, at least for the use cases that I can think of, due to it needing 24/7 availability to for ratio building and allowing time for connections to pick up. But then again Opera was always forbidden on any self-respecting trackers.
Quote from: krake on 2014-03-26, 19:15:18I prefer dedicated software for different tasks over a half-baked kitchen sink.Then Opera probably was not for you. It was an internet suite, not a mere browser.
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