pkaster - 12:58 am on Nov 25, 2010 (gmt 0)
@Fotiman: No, the 7% figure is not a drastic over estimate. We know that Opera has 140 million users, and there are 2 billion people (not browsers - this is a figure from Internet World Stats) online. And the stats you listed are indeed overly focused on NA.
@kaled: Nice baiting, but I don't care about Firefox stats. I was just pointing out that claiming that Opera only has 1% market share is false. And linking to a site whose stats are only for that specific site doesn't help either. That site is not representative of all sites on the entire web. And regarding refuted claims, you have made claims about "attitude," for example. I have shown you that such claims are false, because Opera has indeed changed shortcuts before. That is just an example of a claim of yours I have refuted with actual facts. And what's "holding Opera back" is certainly not something you are competent to talk about. Then again, Opera is gaining more than 5 million users every month, so if that's the definition of being held back, count me in!
@albo: It is not very user-friendly to have unfinished software take over your settings. There could be bugs, and those bugs could destroy something. That's why unfinished software should be installed separately.