Opera Browser

  woodchip 22:21 03 May 2003

Where is the stop button in the above please

  woodchip 22:22 03 May 2003

xxxxx Found it It was not showing at first

  VoG™ 22:22 03 May 2003

It's the same as the reload button, if that makes sense. When reloading, the reload button becomes stop. If that makes sense.......

  VoG™ 22:24 03 May 2003

P.S. I hope thayt you're enjoying Opera _ I find it faster than Mozilla (by a tad) and definitely faster than IE. I'm not sure if you'll notice thast much difference on dial-up though.

  woodchip 22:37 03 May 2003

Just realised that the reload button changes when it's active

  woodchip 22:38 03 May 2003

PS have you found a down side in using it at all

  VoG™ 22:42 03 May 2003

The only problem I had was when I upgraded to version 7 - it failed to post correctly - my ™ (came out as a ?) - a minor annoyance. But then it started to crash for no apparrent reason. I know that €dstow had similar problems. I've now gone back to using version 6.05 (I have two versions installed, in different folders).

  woodchip 22:55 03 May 2003

This what I have put on is version 6.03

  woodchip 22:57 03 May 2003

It's a bit quirky, had a look what version under help and could not find my way back until I spotted the tab at the bottom of browser

  woodchip 23:04 03 May 2003

How do I open a new page, like my postings

  VoG™ 23:08 03 May 2003

File/New Window or CTRL+N will open a new blank window. If you right click a link you can select Open in new window.

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