kaled - 4:38 am on Nov 25, 2010 (gmt 0)
pkaster, I use laptops only (don't own a desktop). Please explain the following.
How does not having a menu bar make life easier?
How does having to stretch further to Shift-click make life easier?
How does having to remember to Shift-click instead of Ctrl-click make life easier?
How does having to use two keys to navigate between links instead of one make life easier?
How does having to open the bookmark editor to delete, edit or move a link make life easier?
How does wasted space in the tab and navigation bars make Opera better?
How does having to click and wait on a forward/backward button make life easier than right-clicking? (even if you know about it)
And that's just the basic stuff I can think of before going to bed.
You seem very fond of your 7% user figure - just for clarity, please link to an independent source if you are going to vociferously insist it is correct. I'm happy to admit that the 1% figure I suggested is out of date but even amongst Opera admirers no one seems keen to agree with your 7% figure - certainly not in the desktop/laptop market anyway and that's what I'm discussing even if you are not.