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Re: HowTo provide the user the ability to turn refresh off?


From: Timothy Luoma
Date: Dec 20, 2002 2:46PM

On Fri, 20 Dec 2002 14:06:56 -0700, Joel Sanda < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:

> Thanks! Hah ... I use Opera frequently and know about the auto-refresh
> enabling feature but forgot about the setting to turn that off.

Must be all that misspent time in Other Browsers ;-)

> By the way, your "30-days" site is quite nice - I've been an Opera user
> since v3.6 and would have a hard time limiting myself to a list of 30
> reasons to use Opera.

Several days have more than one reason to use Opera ;-)

Other than firing up Phoenix every now and again to check some minor CSS
shortcomings, I find that I can use Opera for all the stuff I want to see,
AND it makes it easier for me to NOT have to see all the stuff that I don't
want to (*cough cough*FLASH*cough cough*)

Then again I am truly amazed when I see how many truly awful Javascript
laden sites there are, which frequently break in Opera.... but this, to me,
is a feature most of the time ;-)

For folks who are interested in accessibility issues, Opera provides the
best/easiest methods of checking your pages for accessibility issues... but
unless others are interested, I won't spend more time talking about it


Timothy Luoma < <EMAIL REMOVED> >
30 Days to Becoming an Opera (6) Lover
(an Opera7 version will follow once it is officially released)

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