I have long held that having many tabs open in your browser was a poor way to work. A bunch of tiny icons filling up the top of your screen with stuff to read in whatever order you happened to get them put there just doesn't make much sense. Not
The new label/filter paradigm in Opera has required me to do just a little adjustment. At some point, I deleted my Todo label, but now I want it back. The natural thing to do would be to just add a new label and name it “Todo” but this does
The other day I was reading over the Opera Desktop Team Blog and noticed that the new tarballs for 10.70 snapshots finally support improved repackaging. I can't tell you how happy I am about this. Until this point, it has been a real pain to package up
The latest Opera Snapshot: 10.52 for Unix looks pretty darn good with Stumpwm.
With the recent releases of some 10.5 pre-alpha builds, I can't help but mention one of the coolest new features that may have gone overlooked by some: the UI. This isn't a complete UI change for some, but the devil is in the details. For
Or, how to survive the r6rs-discuss deluge.So, I have been using Opera to manage my mail for some time, and I've always found it pretty nice, and I have know there were many features of which I was not taking full advantage. Little did I realize that
I just have to mention how nice it is to use Opera's Copy to Note feature. When composing or doing something on the web that I need to save, I can simply save it to a note, and it remains there as long as I need it. It&