What does /g/ thing about Vivaldi?
Minus the "b..b..but chrome".
been using it for a few weeks now, it's pretty good so far.
Enjoy your mossad botnet you jew loving faggots
>takes 33 people to hack a minimalist UI on top of chromium
Just another failed attempt at succeeding Opera. Once Firefox commits sudoku and only Chrome clones are left I'll use one, but it'll probably be Opera because it doesn't look like shit and is at least not written in node.js
"Fast Forward" and "Rewind".
I have them hidden but I can give you a use case.
Searching through a forum you click on a thread. Fast forward to go to the next page of the thread, fast forward again for the 3rd page, etc etc. Click the rewind to go back to the lists of threads. I think that's all it does really. Instead of looking for the thread list link or spamming the back button, you can just rewind.
I think it's pretty good to be honest.
Opera is dead, Anon.
They threw away everything that made them unique.
The creators of Vivaldi are former founders of Opera. They saw how the company went to shit and are trying to make a browser more similar to the old Opera that they loved.
I know what Vivaldi is, it's just sad that they went for fucking Blink with a Node.JS UI. Mozilla seems to be doing well at killing Firefox and SeaMonkey'll probably be killed in the process, I'm running out of backups for when Opera is truly kill and everything coming seems worse
It's a sad age for browsers
It had alot of features I didn't care for. But I find myself using them now, pretty nice. I suppose any modern browser that isn't is considered bloat then. What's life like shit posting with Lynx?
OK found it, the license its under is indeed GPL3. It was shoved away in a file called otter-browser.spec in a folder called packaging. It makes no sense why they didn't include a copy of the license in the root directory of their github page.
Tried it, felt ok. But had too many little annoyances that made me switch back to chromium.
speedial, bookmarks, unable to rearrange icons on bookmark tab, some other shit.
Maybe in a year or two..
Why this over Vivaldi? Looking for a FF replacement and so far Vivaldi is all that comes close.