Opera 7

Opera 7.0 is out, and so far I like it, especially the mail and news
clients. Built in spam filter, threaded mailing list items, a pretty smart
contact manager. Still no spell-checker, though. Browser has two renderers,
one for w3c standard compliant pages and one for ‘quirk’ pages. New
features listed here http://tinyurl.com/5c7z

-Bill

Re: Opera 7

“Bill” <bill-nospam-@stitchandprint.com> wrote in message
news:oprj26il0oenlc2i@news.darklock.com
> Opera 7.0 is out, and so far I like it, especially the mail and news
> clients. Built in spam filter, threaded mailing list items, a pretty
smart
> contact manager. Still no spell-checker, though. Browser has two
renderers,
> one for w3c standard compliant pages and one for ‘quirk’ pages. New
> features listed here http://tinyurl.com/5c7z

Oh no!

Download, test, and waste my time with error reports to this …


Roland Mösl
http://www.pege.org Clear targets for a confused civilization
http://web-design-suite.com Web Design starts at the search engine

Re: Opera 7

“Roland Mösl” <founder@pege.org> wrote in message
news:b1p8d5$vga$1@www.darklock.com
> “Bill” <bill-nospam-@stitchandprint.com> wrote in message
> news:oprj26il0oenlc2i@news.darklock.com
> > Opera 7.0 is out, and so far I like it, especially the mail and news
> > clients. Built in spam filter, threaded mailing list items, a pretty
> smart
> > contact manager. Still no spell-checker, though. Browser has two
> renderers,
> > one for w3c standard compliant pages and one for ‘quirk’ pages. New
> > features listed here http://tinyurl.com/5c7z
>
> Oh no!
>
> Download, test, and waste my time with error reports to this …

Big surprise!

Nearly no errors with my web sites.

Only a small problem with the back links to
http://web-design-suite.com
above and below the search box.

But all the major errors of Opera have dissappeared


Roland Mösl
http://www.pege.org Clear targets for a confused civilization
http://web-design-suite.com Web Design starts at the search engine

Re: Opera 7

“Roland Mösl” <founder@pege.org> wrote in message
news:b1p8sp$bo$1@www.darklock.com

> > Download, test, and waste my time with error reports to this …
>
> Big surprise!
>
> Nearly no errors with my web sites.
>
> Only a small problem with the back links to
> http://web-design-suite.com
> above and below the search box.
>
> But all the major errors of Opera have dissappeared

It handles now even the OnResize correct.
This means when I resize a window from one of my sites,
the layout changes like with MSIE.

The layout change by resize is up to now not possible
with Mozilla.

It’s a real big jump forward for Opera
to be so standard compliant that Opera is able
to display my sites


Roland Mösl
http://www.pege.org Clear targets for a confused civilization
http://web-design-suite.com Web Design starts at the search engine

Re: Opera 7

Roland Mösl wrote:
> Big surprise!
>
> Nearly no errors with my web sites.

I’m surprised too, your code is full of errors that it’s amazing to have
no errors on your sites.

  • Gilby

Re: Opera 7

Bill wrote:
> Opera 7.0 is out, and so far I like it, especially the mail and news
> clients. Built in spam filter, threaded mailing list items, a pretty
> smart contact manager. Still no spell-checker, though. Browser has two
> renderers, one for w3c standard compliant pages and one for ‘quirk’
> pages. New features listed here http://tinyurl.com/5c7z

It has 3 renderers, there is one thats a preview of the next version of
Opera for PDA’s (near the bottom of the View menu).

Pretty cool what I saw of it (my one night using XP here). It’s should
be coming out for Linux soon.

Re: Opera 7

“Gilby” <mail@gilby.com> wrote in message
news:b1p9ip$q1i$1@www.t-shirtcountdown.com
> Roland Mösl wrote:
> > Big surprise!
> >
> > Nearly no errors with my web sites.
>
> I’m surprised too, your code is full of errors

Where?

To answer this question:

No mad validators are allowed
No critic on missing " are allowed where a " is not necessary

> that it’s amazing to have
> no errors on your sites.

It was a hard work.

All my error reports to Opera


Roland Mösl
http://www.pege.org Clear targets for a confused civilization
http://web-design-suite.com Web Design starts at the search engine

Re: Opera 7

Roland Mösl wrote:

> Where?
>
<div id=content style=left:8;top:360;width:600;height:20>

All Wrong!

Should be

<greg feels=(love) * {marsha}>

And if your browser cant render it It’s CRAP!!!

My Browser renders it just fine, Oh the suffering I have been thru
becuse of all the crap browsers that are out there. :frowning: Poor me poor me
boo hoo boo hoo

Re: Opera 7

“John R. Marshall” <hotrodder@softhome.net> wrote in message
news:b1paed$s8k$1@www.t-shirtcountdown.com
> Roland Mösl wrote:
>
> > Where?
> >
> <div id=content style=left:8;top:360;width:600;height:20>
>
> All Wrong!

What should be wrong?

Remember

To answer this question:

No mad validators are allowed
No critic on missing " are allowed where a " is not necessary


Roland Mösl
http://www.pege.org Clear targets for a confused civilization
http://web-design-suite.com Web Design starts at the search engine

Re: Opera 7

LOL

John R. Marshall wrote:
> Roland Mösl wrote:
>
>> Where?
>>
> <div id=content style=left:8;top:360;width:600;height:20>
>
> All Wrong!
>
> Should be
>
> <greg feels=(love) * {marsha}>
>
> And if your browser cant render it It’s CRAP!!!
>
> My Browser renders it just fine, Oh the suffering I have been thru
> becuse of all the crap browsers that are out there. :frowning: Poor me poor me
> boo hoo boo hoo
>

Re: Opera 7

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Roland Mösl wrote:
> “John R. Marshall” <hotrodder@softhome.net> wrote in message
> news:b1paed$s8k$1@www.t-shirtcountdown.com
>
>>Roland Mösl wrote:
>>
>>[color=darkred]
>>>Where?
>>>
>>
>><div id=content style=left:8;top:360;width:600;height:20>
>>
>>All Wrong!
>
>
> What should be wrong?
>
> Remember
>
> To answer this question:
>
> No mad validators are allowed
> No critic on missing " are allowed where a " is not necessary[/color]

I TOLD YOU what was wrong! you have the syntax totaly screwed up it
should be

<greg feels=(love) * {marsha}>

Re: Opera 7

“Bill” <bill-nospam-@stitchandprint.com> wrote in message
news:oprj26il0oenlc2i@news.darklock.com
> Opera 7.0 is out, and so far I like it, especially the mail and news
> clients. Built in spam filter, threaded mailing list items, a pretty
smart
> contact manager. Still no spell-checker, though. Browser has two
renderers,
> one for w3c standard compliant pages and one for ‘quirk’ pages. New
> features listed here http://tinyurl.com/5c7z
>
> -Bill

Its ok, though I still like 6.05’s functionality:
When you tab to a form field, the contents of a textbox is no longer
automatically highlighted. This is REALLY annoying when you’re doing
several thousand data entries by hand and have to erase a field each time!

-Lisa

Re: Opera 7

I purchased Opera 6 to get rid of the ads. A few months ago, I
downloaded 7.0 beta, and the ads were showing. I entered my license key,
and it didn’t work, so I wrote to support. Support answered and said
that my license for 6.x won’t work for 7.x, I’ll have to buy a new
license when 7.0 final is out.

Well, I just downloaded 7.0 final, and I see no ads! :slight_smile:

Now my question is: did Opera remove ads from the 7.0 version for
everyone, or did the installation find my license key in my 6.x files
and install it for me?

-Mike K.

Bill wrote:
>
> Opera 7.0 is out, and so far I like it, especially the mail and news
> clients. Built in spam filter, threaded mailing list items, a pretty smart
> contact manager. Still no spell-checker, though. Browser has two renderers,
> one for w3c standard compliant pages and one for ‘quirk’ pages. New
> features listed here http://tinyurl.com/5c7z
>
> -Bill

Re: Opera 7

the ads for 7 will be gone for 14 days for all new downloads. After that the
ads will come back.


Rodney Blackwell - http://www.5r5.net

“I’m the latest craze” - Macy Gray

“Mike King” <mike@webcodefocus.com> wrote in message
news:3E40AFD0.A10315D6@webcodefocus.com
>
> I purchased Opera 6 to get rid of the ads. A few months ago, I
> downloaded 7.0 beta, and the ads were showing. I entered my license key,
> and it didn’t work, so I wrote to support. Support answered and said
> that my license for 6.x won’t work for 7.x, I’ll have to buy a new
> license when 7.0 final is out.
>
> Well, I just downloaded 7.0 final, and I see no ads! :slight_smile:
>
> Now my question is: did Opera remove ads from the 7.0 version for
> everyone, or did the installation find my license key in my 6.x files
> and install it for me?
>
> -Mike K.
>
> Bill wrote:
> >
> > Opera 7.0 is out, and so far I like it, especially the mail and news
> > clients. Built in spam filter, threaded mailing list items, a pretty
smart
> > contact manager. Still no spell-checker, though. Browser has two
renderers,
> > one for w3c standard compliant pages and one for ‘quirk’ pages. New
> > features listed here http://tinyurl.com/5c7z
> >
> > -Bill

Re: Opera 7

Rodney Blackwell wrote:
>
> the ads for 7 will be gone for 14 days for all new downloads. After that the
> ads will come back.

Do you mean that anyone who downloads 7.0 in the next 14 days will be
ad-free forever, or everyone who downloads 7.0 at anytime will be
ad-free for the first 14 days they use the product?

-Mike K.

Re: Opera 7

the first 14 days they use the product :slight_smile:


Rodney Blackwell - http://www.5r5.net

“I’m the latest craze” - Macy Gray

“Mike King” <mike@webcodefocus.com> wrote in message
news:3E4151A0.C7F41C8F@webcodefocus.com
>
>
> Rodney Blackwell wrote:
> >
> > the ads for 7 will be gone for 14 days for all new downloads. After that
the
> > ads will come back.
>
> Do you mean that anyone who downloads 7.0 in the next 14 days will be
> ad-free forever, or everyone who downloads 7.0 at anytime will be
> ad-free for the first 14 days they use the product?
>
> -Mike K.