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  • BlackStar
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    Originally posted by hajj_3 View Post
    they are also adding support for PPAPI so you will be able to use flash 14 too like you can with chrome.
    Flash is more dead than even Opera.

    I haven't installed it for more than a year, and I still haven't found a single website that breaks. Video streaming works out of the box, audio streaming works out of the box, 3d graphics work out of the box - no reason left to use flash anymore. Really happy I don't have to use that buggy, insecure POS anymore.

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  • hellofu
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    opera still failed

    when opera made the switch from presto to blink rendering engine the failed from the start by simple not bringing back the most important features like great tab management with tab stacking, side bar, bookmarks and removing built in email (never used it my self).

    long live Otter web browser!

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  • halo9en
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    Originally posted by BlackStar View Post
    After 10 years of using my favorite browser, I have finally switched fulltime to Firefox. (...) Bye bye, Opera.
    +1. IF and when I'll feel the need to install Chromium on my pc... I'll install Chromium.

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  • Yorgos
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    ...but the logo is still the same... /sarcasm

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  • hajj_3
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    they are also adding support for PPAPI so you will be able to use flash 14 too like you can with chrome.

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  • BlackStar
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    Originally posted by phoronix View Post
    Phoronix: Opera 24 On Chromium Now Available For Linux

    In early 2013 it was announced Opera would be switching to Google's Chromium Engine over its own internal web rendering engine it had been using up to that point. They switched to Google's forked WebKit engine and for about a year now have been doing new Windows releases while Linux was left out...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTcyNzc
    After 10 years of using my favorite browser, I have finally switched fulltime to Firefox.

    One year without support is simply too long, and closed-source browsers are no longer relevant. Bye bye, Opera.

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