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Any Netscape, including that horrid 4.7 I keep with JS disabled as the ultimate test? And will it make a difference if I've got JS disabled in Netscape?
<-- totally JS challenged
i've got Opera without, and can see someone's hidden code with it - or it may be confused layers or CSS. They'd be shocked, I should write and tell them.
Confusing isn't it?...
Because i've had it since Saturday morning :-) There's also been a very long public beta testing period [searchengineworld.com]. There's only been a couple of minor regressions since about build 1010 (6.00) in early Dec. So ya, it is the most stable that's been around. I've not unintentionally crashed it in several builds with daily usages.
Bascially, any stability problems are found within 20-30 mins of a public release. The only stability problem I've heard of has to do with a combination of a specific HP printer driver with Win2k (don't know the details).
I'm not sure whether it's Opera or my system. Could anyone please check the following behaviour?
go to auctions.playboy.com, advanced search, enter 'anderson' as keyword (or anything else that is likely to produce results) and hit 'Search'. No items found because Opera transmitts these values '&ReservePrice=on&SaleType=on' instead of '&ReservePrice=&SaleType='. Works fine in any other browser.
go to ebay.com, go to 'Smart Search', enter 'anderson' as search title, check the box 'search title and description', click 'Search'. No items found, Opera crashes.
Is it my system, Opera, the sites?
According to StatMarket, usage of Opera is soaring in several European countries. Germany, the Scandinavian countries and Russia are leading the pack, the latter with a whopping 5.8 percent market share for Opera.