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Now I can't imagine going back. I don't know how long mouse gestures have been part of Opera, but they are unbelievable.
So far, the program has been rock solid for me. I did find that some image-swap stuff on one of my sites that works in everything else does not work in the new Opera, though :(
I am dazzled by the speed and configurablity. Anyone who has not tried it, really should.
But I see some excellent steps forward (js support for one, as I mentioned above) and assume the bugs won't last. It's MIGHTY fast at rendering a page on my system. However I've run into enough bugs that I'll leave version 6 as my default browser for now.
It handles almost everything perfectly with 1 minor exception. On one page I used js to position images in the corners of a division. Version 7 was miss-aligning the images onload if no scrollbars were present. I deleted the function and used a nested division hack and all is well. Actually better because non-DOM browsers can now display the images.
As it stands, this version seems to be able to handle almost anything after page load.