some great Opera hacks

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  1. iceni60

    iceni60 ( ^o^)

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    i've been using these userjs scripts for awhile, they're really good - similar to Firefox extensions.

    here's a screenshot of one which uses google suggest

    http://img47.imageshack.us/img47/847/screenshotgoogleopera8513xx.th.png

    here's another picture of the same hack which does the same thing for the boxes here, or does the forum do that by it self o_O i'm not 100% sure.

    http://img329.imageshack.us/img329/2691/screenshotwilderssecurityforum.th.png

    there are 100s more great hacks at http://userjs.org/ if you need help ask.

    you can have extra buttons too like the ones i have near the address bar, they are called bookmarklets, if you see one you like all you have to do is drag it to your toolbar :cool:
    http://www.philburns.com/bookmarklets.html
    http://nontroppo.org/wiki/CustomButtons
    http://nontroppo.org/wiki/PowerButtons
     
  2. rdsu

    rdsu Registered Member

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    Thanks to remember me this ;)
     
  3. GUI_Tex

    GUI_Tex Registered Member

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    thats a really cool find :D userjs.org
     
  4. Rasheed187

    Rasheed187 Registered Member

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    Thanks for the tip I will check it out. The problem with Opera was that it didn´t have any extensions, that was a major drawback, but this will hopefully improve the browsing experience, not that I use Opera a lot. ;)
     
  5. rdsu

    rdsu Registered Member

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    The only thing that I really want to be added to Opera is the Super Drag & Drop like we have in Maxthon :)

    Until the new version of Maxthon and IE aren't finished, I will use Opera...
     
  6. Rasheed187

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    Wow, that´s quite shocking VaMPiRiC_CRoW, I did not know you were using Opera as your main browser. I stilll think Maxthon is the best, I only use FF and Opera once in while if I have problems (viewing websites) in IE. The only thing I like in FF are the more powerful extensions, but this is going to improved a lot in Maxthon v2. And when it comes to Opera, I really like the instant back/forware feature, I hope this will be implemented in IE7. :)

    Btw, you can already drag and drop links in Opera, you need to add a line in one of the config files (search the Opera forum) however it will still not work smoothly I´m afraid. But anyway, I hope to see you at the Maxthon forum in the summer, World Cup 2006 is coming up with Portugal, Holland and no Greece. :D
     
  7. rdsu

    rdsu Registered Member

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    Isn't shocking because I'm tired of the IE bugs and its poor quality to show webpages... IE was a lot of time without being updated and improved, so now we have to wait...

    I really hope that we can see really improvements on the next version of IE, and can use Maxthon with it :D
     
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