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Topic: Opera Chrome vs Firefox

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Hello, Lazytech, you wrote: But chrome faster firefox opens, at least on windows server 2016

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Hello, VladCore, you wrote: VC> At you on former 3G? Now pages plunder  for local MHT sooner or later dies I Apologize, and why MHT should die? On idea, it is possible to reserve on such case  the version of any out-of-date browser. Simply sometimes it is necessary happens to save, for example, article from Wikipedia with a considerable quantity of illustrations. VC> and I did not understand about what it is impossible. Shift-Click under the message and it opens separately without any shortcut menus. Often I use, truth only on . I normally use that this list: http://rsdn.org/forum/mainlist#all At click on a title of any subject the page consisting of two frames opens. In upper - the list that of subsection, in lower - actually subject page (a plane type). And in shortcut menu Firefox there is such option: This Frame-> Show Only This Frame it is very convenient!

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Hello, VladCore, you wrote: VC> But chrome faster firefox opens, at least on windows server 2016 Speed of start of the browser interests me in the last queue.

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Hello, Lazytech, you wrote: L> In particular, possibility to save the web page in format MHT disappeared. Actually, what for? Or  at you there buckets on goats carry?...

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Hello, Sheridan, you wrote: S> Actually, what for? Or  at you there buckets on goats carry?... Sometimes it is more convenient to find quickly the necessary article on a local disk where it is not enough such articles. Earlier I even held for this purpose the separate browser with bookmarks on local articles.

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L>> In particular, possibility to save the web page in format MHT disappeared. S> Actually, what for? Or  at you there buckets on goats carry?... There are places/devices in which  at all do not deliver. And it not such a rarity as can seem at first sight. In general, I  - all necessary and useful should to try be saved locally. Certainly, it is necessary to overcome laziness, but allows to avoid sudden hemorrhoids.

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Hello, Lazytech, you wrote: L> P.S. However, there are also lacks. And did not understand how to open a subject in the separate frame (without the list that of the given section) from the shortcut menu. In this respect Firefox it is more convenient. Try still Vivaldi, suddenly it is pleasant. He 32-bit, I while 64-bit version did not see. It has less than brakes, than at the Opera. However, last (50th)  Operas works better, than previous (I to it had 48th).

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Hello, Privalov, you wrote: P> Try still Vivaldi, suddenly it is pleasant. He 32-bit, I while 64-bit version did not see. It has less than brakes, than at the Opera. However, last (50th)  Operas works better, than previous (I to it had 48th). I already tried 2-3 versions Vivaldi, like yet very much. But I will try once again, suddenly . P.S. Actual version Opera Chrome like does not brake at all. In comparison with it Firefox - a brake. Especially enrages, when he long reads something from a disk...

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Hello, Lazytech, you wrote: L> I already tried 2-3 versions Vivaldi, like yet very much. But I will try once again, suddenly . I in Vivaldi was irritated with a band above and a side bar. On my gadget the screen small (10 "),  pixel on the account. But at 1.13 a band removed. And I, at last, found the adjustment allowing completely to remove  the panel. L> P.S. Actual version Opera Chrome like does not brake at all. In comparison with it Firefox - a brake. Especially enrages, when he long reads something from a disk... I in due time anything, except Ognelisa, did not use. It on  normally worked. Competitors strongly were not pleasant to me. But at some instant it grew fat, the beginnings strongly to brake. It was necessary to send it in history.  using for Opera downloading. Where the world slides...

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Hello, Sheridan, you wrote: L>> In particular, possibility to save the web page in format MHT disappeared. S> Actually, what for? Or  at you there buckets on goats carry?... Actually in order that happens it is useful to save some article locally. And the reasons for this purpose a little: - article/site can be disappeared/change after a while simply; - it is convenient to store everything that concerns some subject in one place/catalogue ( from an Internet, the project, pictures etc.) ; - There are places where " even on goats do not carry". For me the most insulting that a plug-in for maff a format too . As on me, maff it is objectively better MHT. It was necessary to deliver SeaMonkey and to register maff-files specially on it. Whether in Mozilla further something will do to return support maff a format  in Firefox, not clearly. On a site at them it is vague enough about this all it is written. It is a pity... Firefox the Quantum "runs" aloud more bright, but  support of old plug-ins... It also distinguished it to the best from others.

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Hello, klopodav, you wrote: K> in general, I  - all necessary and useful should to try be saved locally. Certainly, it is necessary to overcome laziness, but allows to avoid sudden hemorrhoids. You can and the rights, but all this brothel still should be systematized...

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Hello, Lazytech, you wrote: L> In particular, possibility to save the web page in format MHT disappeared. Well it is possible somehow so https://addons.mozilla.org/ru/seamonkey … ve-format/ L> just from a grief installed a lame Opera. There TST is not present

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Hello, Ops, you wrote: Ops> Well it is possible somehow so https://addons.mozilla.org/ru/seamonkey … ve-format/ So format MHT more general-purpose. I frequently open the saved web pages in Opera Presto which too I continue to use (though and less, than earlier). Ops> There TST is not present It is a question about Tree Style Tab? Frankly speaking, I not in delight from this extension because tabs are displaced even then when it at all it is not required. I like the approach applied in old kind Opera Presto much more. And as to Firefox, it  to exterminate nothing. I use it only because, as a matter of fact, unique actual alternative - Chrome and other . Tried to use different versions Maxthon - very pleasant browser, but somehow did not grow together. Any Chinese browser with number 360 in a title tried still is there was something!

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Hello, Lazytech, you wrote: L> So format MHT more general-purpose. I frequently open the saved web pages in Opera Presto which too I continue to use (though and less, than earlier). But it is possible to check up, to read it like is able?  it is good just such approach when on very many it is possible to find plug-ins, it is necessary to look in them. L> It is a question about Tree Style Tab? Frankly speaking, I not in delight am extensions because tabs are displaced even then when it at all it is not required. It is adjusted. L> and as to Firefox, it  to exterminate nothing. I use it only because, as a matter of fact, unique actual alternative - Chrome and other . Tried to use different versions Maxthon - very pleasant browser, but somehow did not grow together. Any Chinese browser with number 360 in a title tried still is there was something! , me in core TST holds on  so for a long time on chrome would leave. In all remaining if also there is something similar through a bum it is made, like a separate window for chrome tabs.

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Hello, Privalov, you wrote: P> Try still Vivaldi, suddenly it is pleasant. He 32-bit, I while 64-bit version did not see. 64-bitka experimental somewhere is. But when I the last time read, it abused for  so itself even did not begin to try, and in 32-bit while bugs suffice me, which in any way cannot correct all.

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Hello, CaptainFlint, you wrote: CF> 64-bitka experimental somewhere is. But when I the last time read, it abused for  so itself even did not begin to try, and in 32-bit while bugs suffice me, which in any way cannot correct all. Not-not-not, on it we not consonants.

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Hello, Ops, you wrote: L>> It is a question about Tree Style Tab? Frankly speaking, I not in delight am extensions because tabs are displaced even then when it at all it is not required. Ops> It is adjusted. Again looked for the adjustment allowing completely to disconnect swerving of tabs (both automatic, and forced), but did not find. Such function not only is not necessary to me, but even hinders.

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Hello, Lazytech, you wrote: L> Again looked for the adjustment allowing completely to disconnect swerving of tabs (both automatic, and forced), but did not find. Such function not only is not necessary to me, but even hinders. The first 2 (3) daws in Tree Behavior do not help? At me, truth, fresh TST, in old adjustments others were.

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Hello, Ops, you wrote: Ops> the First 2 (3) daws in Tree Behavior do not help? At me, truth, fresh TST, in old adjustments others were. Thanks for the help. It appears, I did not reach adjustments! For some reason thought that TST it is possible to adjust from the shortcut menu. Just now guessed that it is necessary to climb in section Extensions, to open there Options for Tree Style Tab and already there to adjust. P.S. For example, FVD Speed Dial extension can be adjusted, without getting in Extensions. Therefore did not think that for adjustment of extensions it is necessary to get each time into adjustments Firefox.

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Hello, Lazytech, you wrote: L> Therefore did not think that for adjustment of extensions it is necessary to get each time into adjustments Firefox. It depends on the author of the extension in my opinion, both makes, and will be. Hardly there are complexities to pass to the same page of adjustments from the shortcut menu.

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Hello, Ops, you wrote: Ops> It depends on the author of the extension in my opinion, both makes, and will be. Hardly there are complexities to pass to the same page of adjustments from the shortcut menu. In the shortcut menu there is no appropriate point.

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Hello, Lazytech, you wrote: L> In the shortcut menu there is no appropriate point. Well write a comment to the author, can adds, if it so is necessary.