Then you might want to install Firefox.
So that’s why you might want to start reading this post from the bottom.
But no adblock. Oh, and the return key moves the cursor above the written text and not below.
Opera does have widgets though. You can get clocks, tetris, clocks, calandars, word of the day, clocks, panic buttons that do nothing, clocks, more clocks and then clocks in the shape of Big Ben.
Spell check? Default on Firefox. In Opera, typing as;dflkjasbndf doesn’t sound off any alarms. Seriously. as;flkjasfhg. See?
Well, it’s no Firefox. I like being different as much as the next guy, but I don’t want to do it at the cost of having to view advertisements. Want to block ads in Opera? Well, you need to grab the filter lists that the Adblock add-on (for Firefox) uses and input it into your exception list into Opera. Because we all know that you like to hand code your filter lists.
Aside from this slightly humorous and quite hard to miss shortcoming of the browser built by guys that once thought it a good idea to charge for what everyone else gave away for free, what else do I think about it?
That’s right. Hitting return starts a new paragraph above the previous one.
So why are you reading this backwards? Well, you’re reading it backwards because this is how Opera handles it when I hit the return key while entering a post into a WordPress blog.
I’m into the third day on my third trip of the month and it’s midnight. I’m too tired to work any more but not tired enough to go to bed. Looking at my to-do list, I see that I haven’t tried Opera 9.5 since it was released. I decide to upgrade my Opera install and give it a spin.