It's a clumsy alternative at best, and it doesn't allow me to highligt different divs and block them, in the same way that web developer addons higlight different sections.
Amnesiasoft wrote:Control+Scroll Wheel? Or are you saying something that I'm not understanding correctly?
Right-click + left click = stretch image to window size, keeping proportions, right click + middle = original size.
It's minor, but damn handy.
Opera Link. Go register an account on My Opera
. It'll optionally sync typed history, bookmarks, speed dial, notes, searches, and your personal bar.
Xmarks is browser-independent, which is handy.
But that's almost as good.
Amnesiasoft wrote:You have me slighty confused here, is there something wrong with manually picking the folder? It's not like your computer knows how you're going to categorize it...
Basically, I right-click on an image, highlight save image in folder on the menu, and it has a list of folders I've set up.
So I don't have to keep navigating in that stupid save as dialogue: it's rightclick, move mouse over category, left click.https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/614
Amnesiasoft wrote:Hmm...I'd have to look into that, but really, shouldn't your ISP have a page to tell you this with? (And I'd sure hope it's one that doesn't count towards your cap).
There is, but that requires opening a bookmark, logging in, and then clicking on that page again.
Which is far more tedious than casting my eye over a graph, and the data representation they have is nowhere near as detailed.
Of course, if Australian internet were not so shite..... but that's another story.
Amnesiasoft wrote:But hey, you can turn on Opera Turbo to reduce your transfer usage!
Haha, browsing takes up almost nothing :p
It's all downloads and streaming - I have a mere 60 gigs, but it's the best available in the country for ADSL2+ at $60.
Amnesiasoft wrote:My understanding of the awesomebar is...that it's exactly the same as Opera's standard URL bar. Unless it does something other than search through your history and bookmarks?
Basically, the main feature of the awesomebar that is missing in opera is being able to get a google "I'm feeling lucky" instead of a google search.
type in "chucks", and it takes you to the converse website. Opera takes me to http://www.chucks.com
, which makes no sense.
type in "tpb", you're taken to the pirate bay. Opera takes me to http://www.tpb.com.au
, which is a squatted domain.
Luckily, it still allows binding searches, so "wiki throbbing gristle" will give the wikipedia page for throbbing gristle.
Amnesiasoft wrote:Switch to Next Page? And I can't find something that is specifically scroll to top, but something like "Scroll Up, 65535" should be more than sufficient to fake it. Unless you hit a really, really long page.
Oh, thankyou so much!!!
Amnesiasoft wrote:Look pretty much the same as any other browser I've used...
It's just minor stuff, but look at the smilies in the 3 browsers.
opera and chrome put annoying bounding boxes there.
there are other things, like pages that will scale nicely with zooming in firefox will have elements jump and move in other browsers.
I have everything zoomed out to a ridiculous level because my vision's better than 20/20
Oh, and opera's transparency and css leaves things to be desired (see attached pic for an example)
One final thing is that it doesn't remember my personal zoom levels for different websites, which is irritating because some sites have huge interfaces done in graphics with css, which can't just be fixed by overriding the default font size with 6 point.
hmmm, imageshack doesn't work properly in opera, either - the interface is all over the place, and buttons are missing.