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Comment: Re:What's wrong with Opera (Score 1) 296

by Draders (#34624180) Attached to: Opera Goes To 11, With Extensions and Tab Stacks
Those issues are pretty nitpicky, some of them can even be configured to act how you want like ctrl+click for new tab (by default its ctrl+shift+click) Chrome and firefox have annoyances as well. Chrome =============== - Selecting text also selects padding and margins - Closing the last tab closes chrome instead of returning to my speed dial thingy - I can't click and drag to select text in the middle of links - Completely hides protocol in address bar - Highlights, but doesn't gray out rest of page on find as you type (Looky here a difference of opinion) - Can't ctrL+z to undo a closed tab (Forces me to use ctrl+shift+t, at least opera lets me configure it) Firefox =============== - Viewing the source of a website after a post requires you to repost (WTF) - I can't go back or forward without reposting both ways - I can't click and drag to select text in the middle of links - Its file input control - Highlights, but doesn't gray out rest of page on find as you type (Looky here a difference of opinion)

Comment: Dark area of the universe (Score 1) 448

by Draders (#20431029) Attached to: 200,000 Elliptical Galaxies Point the Same Way
Perhaps they point to or away from that really dark area of the universe... which could be a bigger black hole and our galaxies are part of an even bigger galaxy... or over time they just settled that way as the article said they were all old red stars so they just aligned with all the forces acting on them which perhaps the spiral galaxies have greater influence over them then themselves.

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