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  • AneurhythmiaAneurhythmia Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    Fort1tude wrote: »
    i meant flash based ad's

    which a lot are

    I don't think I've made notable use of a site with flash ads since... Oh man, remember that site Daily Radar?
    Hooves wrote: »
    so on the startup page for google chrome. those icons of your most visited sites. is there any way to choose what sites are represented? because that would be so awesome to have all my favorite sites right there on the startup page.

    as opposed to just porn and wikipedia

    Just click on that button at the top of the window that looks like the letter x, then click on the Opera shortcut on your desktop.

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  • Tweaked_Bat_Tweaked_Bat_ Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    Or better yet, hover over the thumbnail of the page you don't want to appear until the little X pops up. Then press that little X. Press it like you've never pressed a little X before.

    Edit: On the other side of the X is a pin icon. You can pin pages you want to always appear. If you pin 8 pages then I assume you'll never have the problem of unwanted pages popping up again.

  • DogDog Registered User, Administrator, Vanilla Staff admin
    edited February 2010
    im thinking of getting opera just so I can uninstall it

  • Fort1tudeFort1tude Registered User
    edited February 2010
    robothero wrote: »
    im thinking of getting opera just so I can uninstall it

    i installed it, used it once, uninstalled once i found out it has no adblock

    Steam ID - Fort1tude
  • FramlingFramling Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    I installed Firefox, used it once, and uninstalled it once I found out it doesn't have like two dozen features Opera has.

    you're = you are
    your = belonging to you

    their = belonging to them
    there = not here
    they're = they are
  • Fort1tudeFort1tude Registered User
    edited February 2010
    Framling wrote: »
    I installed Firefox, used it once, and uninstalled it once I found out it doesn't have like two dozen features Opera has.

    yes but they do have add-ons to customize firefox so it has the features you want

    operas garbage, there is a reason it has less market share

    Steam ID - Fort1tude
  • DogDog Registered User, Administrator, Vanilla Staff admin
    edited February 2010
    I've never used opera, but I don't like firefox either.

  • Fort1tudeFort1tude Registered User
    edited February 2010
    well if i had to choose, i would say chrome is the best in terms of speed and the fact that each tab is its own process

    but it fucks up stuff that firefox doesnt

    Steam ID - Fort1tude
  • FerrusFerrus Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    What about all that "lol teh googelz is spying on u" jazz I heard when Chrome was released?

    I would like to pause for a moment, to talk about my penis.
    Spoiler:
  • queuewindowqueuewindow Registered User
    edited February 2010
    Right click > block content.

    no, like firefox. i don't want to block every fucking ad on the page manually

    I don't use FireFox, so I don't know how AdBlock works. There are several community-compiled filter lists for the Opera blocker, if that's the sort of thing you mean. The default block option is also at a lower level directory, too, so it knocks out multiple ads at a source.

    yeah, that's what i meant, an autoupdating filter. the other things that turned me off to opera are the way it handled mouse gestures and the lack of password sync across your profile. oh, also the interface isn't as customizable, but that's a minor thing i guess; the interface is pretty minimal to begin with

    still, it's the little things

  • Fort1tudeFort1tude Registered User
    edited February 2010
    Ferrus wrote: »
    What about all that "lol teh googelz is spying on u" jazz I heard when Chrome was released?

    if you are that worried about your privacy on the internet you would be using proxies and probably not posting on an internet forum

    if they want to see data on what causes crashes and my system specs, oh nooooooooooo

    Steam ID - Fort1tude
  • FramlingFramling Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    Fort1tude wrote: »
    Framling wrote: »
    I installed Firefox, used it once, and uninstalled it once I found out it doesn't have like two dozen features Opera has.

    yes but they do have add-ons to customize firefox so it has the features you want

    operas garbage, there is a reason it has less market share

    Yes, but opera doesn't force me to spend a day and a half tracking down all the features I like every time I install it.

    you're = you are
    your = belonging to you

    their = belonging to them
    there = not here
    they're = they are
  • .. Registered User, ClubPA regular
    edited February 2010
    So, I'd like to marinate some tofu for our fajita dinner tonight and I would like to use some of the adobo from canned chipotles. Any ideas what to use with the adobo sauce? Should I use the adobo after the grill so it doesn't burn? Anyone used it on grilled food?

    Gimme stuff. Please. And I don't just mean my Secret Satan.
  • AneurhythmiaAneurhythmia Registered User regular
    edited February 2010
    Fort1tude wrote: »
    operas garbage, there is a reason it has less market share

    You've almost achieved a tautology. Maybe if you try a little harder, you can make it.

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