Discussion in 'other software & services' started by nanana1, Feb 15, 2011.
i guess this is better portable version -> -http://www.opera-usb.com/
And this is the best portable version:
mantra, beauty is in the eye of the beholder , however, here is John T. Haller's explanation: Entirely Different.
Download Opera 11.11 Build 2109 Final for Windows [en]
Gotta remove the --'s for it to work
trying it out
Ermm ... I've just installed 11.10 on my desktop & it claims to be up to date.
Maybe has to do with the "channel"? If you're on the stable channel, you may not see updates whereas those on beta or dev may?
Yeah, I'll stick with stable I think.
FYI. Opera, Portable Edition 11.50 Beta 1 (web browser) Released, courtesy of PortableApps.com.
Did they forget the hardware acceleration? I really wanted to see it. I'm not sure how some speed dial improvements warrants a bump up to .5 but ok.
I've seen the same thing for Firefox and Chrome. Why do people question the version increments? It just is so shallow.
Considering they add major features/changes it's quite justified. It's not "we prettied up a small part of the browser that some people may not even use" a la Opera.
Or maybe we just don't like Opera?
Making assumptions are we now? You know how much you hate that being done to you.
I was being polite. Both posts were trash-talking Opera's versioning.
You seriously need a re-think of what trash talking is if you think criticizing the lack of hardware acceleration and versioning comes under that.
What to do to get rid of this?
korben, I don't believe there is a method to remove the Tool Tip, when you hover over a Tab (at least I have not found it).
If the Tool Tip visually sticks, hovering over a link, or above the toolbar, makes it go away.
JRViejo, thanks for making it clear to me! One and only irritating thingie from my beloved Opera 11 wink
korben, you're welcome! Take care.
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