I forward my online mail to my main email account, Opera mail handles it no problem. You can also have multiple accounts with Opera mail, it was really easy to configure. So far, no bugginess for me.Thunderbird is slow and very buggy for me. I'm now using online mail.]
But bookmarks aren't the only new feature in 25. Web notifications, HTML5 H264 video support, improved installer, new flags... and if 24 becomes stable, tab previewing, Linux version, HiDPI fixes and other stuff will be available. If 25 is stable, it will be a very good browser, but you can indeed download 25 right now in developer, but it's a bit buggy and the bookmarks are still in early stage, but they work if you enable the flag.
Hmm that is good to see.You can add Chrome addons in Opera: https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/download-chrome-extension-9/?display=en
Try Opera Now. Its awesome. I myself have completely switched to opera.I use to use Opera up to version 12 and i did like it, but i tried the new Opera 2 or 3 months ago...and it was quit a lot of work to get my Bookmarks from my main browser into Opera.
Hmm that is good to see.
They have a bookmark importer now and everything will be fully working when 25 hits stable.I use to use Opera up to version 12 and i did like it, but i tried the new Opera 2 or 3 months ago...and it was quit a lot of work to get my Bookmarks from my main browser into Opera.
Hmm that is good to see.
Sorry but even when i activated "First time..." something something, no easy way to import my bookmarks from Slimjet or from a html file. Since i have over 6500 bookmarks i am not going to drag and drop them all into Opera. They should just simply add the option to import from a html file as well.you need to enable it on dev:
Lol so many things people do not know about Opera.
Not saying its the fastest or the best, but 7 out of 10 features used within: IE, Chrome and FF are born at the Opera factory.
And the only reason they are still around while being one of the smallest browser developers in the world is due to the fact that they are good REALLY good. And for real Opera users they know how to run it and make it speeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeedy.
When they launched Opera 15, Opera team wanted people to use Speed dials as their new way to manage their favourite websites. Although, people didn't stop complaining about the lack of bookmarks, even when Speed Dial can do the same thing, even in a better way...So that still means no easy way to add bookmarks from another browser or a way to import from a Html file? Come on Opera development team, that should be easy to do for your team. Google Chrome and all the clone versions i have tried have a synch option like Opera ( If i saw it correctly. ) and all of them can import from a Html file. Personally i know no other browser then Opera Next that does not allow importing Bookmarks from a html file.
Sorry for the continued rant on my part everyone, but i just can not understand why they can not/do not add the things i mentioned in this thread? Those are basic things for a browser?