It would need an act of Congress to make me switch!
Firefox-The Internet Explorer of Linux. Opera rules everywhere else.
All the best with others. If you dont find peace, you are most welcome to
come back to the fold.
On Thu, 11 May 2006 10:06:52 +0530, Alan Pollock <nex@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Bob <bob@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> If Opera sold stock, I could make a small bundle by selling it short.
> The browser is doomed. Last week, the NY Times became unreadable
> Opera's rendering of their small font. Setting Opera's "minimum font
> works on some pages but not others. I have to use Firefox which
> exact same pages with a more readable font size. Why is the size
> I don't really care.
> Went to XM radio today. They claim to work with any browser except
> Maybe some day the internet will adjust to Opera.
> After I post this, I'll change my default browser to FF.
> I'll keep Opera installed for a while just in case, but I've had
Actually, I typically find that if a page fails in Opera, it works fine
in Firefox. I sometimes have problems with printing pages in Opera
though. But then I have problems in FF too. I run FF and Opera both at
once. I do find a lot of pages that routinely fail in Opera. I find many
more that routinely fail in FF.
Which is why I use Opera 96% of the time, FF 3% and IE 1.
Works for me. Nex
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