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To assist the Microsoft Internet Explorer users in search for a better browser, Opera Software today released a series of one-click setups that instantly change Opera's toolbars, menus, keyboard shortcuts, and mouse gestures, one of which emulates an IE-like look and feel.
The IE setup also (allegedly) doubles as a Firefox setup as well. There are also setups for Safari, and a "Web Developer" setup.
The web developer setup sounds intriguing, but I can't find any documentation that descibes what actually changes.
Anyone tried it out? Any ideas how it compares to the Web Developer extension for Firefox?
And technically it seems like it's a minimum of four clicks, but I'm nitpicking.
The IE setup also (allegedly) doubles as a Firefox setup as well.
The IE setup "doubles" as a FireFox setup? That's an insult to all FireFox users! ;)
I've tried a few of Opera's setups and quite honestly could never figure out exactly what functionality they were supposed to add . . . maybe I didn't try long enough.