>> I'm curious. Opera has had this for ages. OPera is a great browser -
>> small and fast. Yet nobody seems to advocate it
> I second that. Who need hogs like Mozilla or dinosaurs like Netscape when
> you have a neat _fast_ browser like Opera, which is more genuine than the
> others in the way that it let's you open web pages, _within_ the Opera
> window, withouth the need to open a new Opera session. Brilliant.
You know, that's the thing I dislike most about Opera. I don't need nor want
tabbed browsing and never saw any benefit in it. Needlessly restricting me
to have all the web pages in one window instead of letting me freely move
them where I want them and spread them over all my virtual desktops.
OTOH, konqueror can do this too, now (but with the possibility to tear off a
tab and put it into an own window).
Quote:> I hereby demand everybody to turn their (current) browser to
> http://www.opera.com and download that neat piece of software.
I have Opera here, but I don't really use it. I'm totally happy with
konqueror (and not using the new tab browsing feature at all).
Don't get me wrong. If you want tabbed browsing and like the Opera way, then
that's fine with me, but you should notice that not everyone likes it.