No native video support. Every embedded player generally sucks. Instead,we will offer two buttons in place of HTML5 video elements: download(as $GOD intended) and stream (ie, launch in your favorite player suchas mplayer).
The Video Element has gone unnoticed by me, instead I was wondering (from the screenshots) about slashdot.org&steampunk computer and "Taking the Hobbits to Isengard - 10h"
PS: As I ever liked the idea of no "native" Video support within the browser - I ever liked the concept of embedded videos which where played within the browser with the direct-show filter of my choice (in most case that would be ffdshow-tryouts)
Oddly enough the font in the menu on that site shows up correctly in Firefox and Opera/Presto but not in Otter? It seems to have something to do with styles for not-visited.
Incidentally, the author of Fifth says Opera peaked around 9.6x, but that particular usage scenario was last (semi-)covered by detach window in 9.2x.
As to point #2, I kept asking for it in Opera forums ever since I joined, but it was never implemented. Now it's offered as an option in at least Elinks and DWB browser, so there evidently are people who see the point of having a proper text editor.
You mean true detach?
Ah, ok - should have thought about my answer/comment regarding videos - what I meant for within a browser was to "not Fullscreen", within Site/Embedded Videos/Animations.
MDI is very useful, but sometimes it's just not good enough.
(Opera looked the same way up to version 6. When it hit version 7, I modified the interface to resemble 6 as close as possible, until it occurred to me to get rid of buttons and toolbars as far as possible and to combine the search bar with the address bar. This resulted in something that looked like Chrome before Chrome was invented, with the difference that I had a menubar, longer menus, tons of settings I could change, and a highly operative and configurable keyboard.)
When I said that Opera took it a step further from Eudora and Pegasus, I meant that I know no other program with true detach. See how in Pegasus the tabs look as if windows on a desktop, except that the desktop is the main app window. In Opera up to v. 9.2* you could have those tabs inside or outside the main app window, it would not change the appearance of the tab frame.
Nowadays when you do detach, it creates another main window. Vastly inferior.
I discovered it in Opera, because by default Opera 5 and 6 opened the downloads tab outside the main app window, demonstrating the functionality of true detach.
Theater Mode (ATI) gone? Damned - I know that this computer under XP x64 with the old drivers had it still - just noticed now that under Win7 with current drivers it is truly gone - Damned!
the specs as far as I remember just demand a downscale to SD Resolution for a broken DRM chain
Bloody Fools - I really liked it to watch a Video on my TV (minimized MPC/MPC-HC) whilst working on the PC.
The drivers are hundreds of megabytes now, but as far as I can tell they somehow have less functionality than when they managed to be only a few dozen at most.
(I don't typically watch YouTube in Otter, let alone "fullscreen.")
Also using just about any video player on your computer uses about a fraction as much CPU time as YouTube in a browser. Which on your PC is probably only saving you a few Euros a year, maybe even a couple dozen, but on your laptop it literally means two to three times the battery life.
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