kaled - 8:13 pm on Nov 24, 2010 (gmt 0)
Is there any particular reason why you have to repeat claims that have already been refuted?
You're absolutely right, once a claim has been refuted, the argument ends there - oh wait a minute - that's in you're little universe not mine - sorry for that mistake. My bad...
I could equally ask if there is any particular reason you refute claims that have been justified - but I won't bother because I know the answer.
I think those stats are probably somewhat skewed towards webmasters, but no matter how you cut it Firefox kicks Opera's but in the numbers game. There are things I like about Opera, but when it comes to basic functionality, it has hasn't improved, it's actually getting worse. In the case of Firefox it's the bugs that have gotten worse over the years. Both sets of programmers have their heads buried in the sand, Mozilla can't be bothered to fix bugs and Opera can't be bothered to standardize basic functionality (or even offer a standards option for those that want it). Both deserve to fail.
Opera harp on about standards and yet they cannot see that it's their non-standard user interface that's holding them back - crazy, absolutely crazy.