hmm why doesn't youtube have fullscreen modecan the top bar be removed ?
2. Tabs stacking.
3. I imported an opera session and opened it (in the existing window/session). Wow that took a lot of time. An boy was the RAM footprint big - 5 times as big as in opera 12 at the same time! And when closing all the additionally opened tabs of the imported session and going back to only the tabs that where already open before, the memory footprint was still more than half of the max. footprint. (We're talking here going from 3 tabs to 91 tabs and back to 3 tabs. And memory-wise from about 200MB to over 5GB (!) and then down (only) to about 3,7GB (!))Not a very extensive test but still enough "data" for me to conclude that for me otter isn't quite there yet to replace opera 12 but it's getting closer.
If this is one of your main reasons for not ditching Opera 12 yet, then whatever you do, don't hold your breath while waiting.
It has. Click the "fullscreen" button on YouTube and press F11 to enter Otter's fullscreen mode and the video will be the only thing displayed on your screen.
why would people need to press F-buttons ?or ANY buttons ?this should automatically work like in any other browser ...
also, i noticed that while smooth scrolling exists, there are no options how many lines to skipby default it goes 1 by 1 and that is rather slow scrolling
If you open 91 tabs in a Chromium and it's only using 5 GB, consider yourself lucky.
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