dont know how i completely forgot opera existed but it feels like a real good time to look back into it after learning to really hate firefox and mozilla as a whole lmao
@root i'm an opera OG, but i dropped them when they switched to the chromium engine and lost all their customization
@john learning it was chromium was devastating but fortunately cy came in with the og fork
@root what is this fork, i've never heard of it
@john vivaldi apparently! https://vivaldi.com/blog/vivaldi-browser-open-source/
@root lol i use vivaldi and i love it, but it's also chromium based?
@john lmao it is? hahaha. well uhh i literally just learned from @katnjiapus that there's the otter browser as a continuation of how it used to be so maybe that'd be closer? at this point i had no idea browsers went this deep tbh.
@root @john Yeah it's Chromium based. Otter Browser uses QtWebKit, which is also based on the Blink-engine, but minus all the Google-parts AFAIK.
hmmm so you are saying it has all the good without the stinky... hmmmm... sounds too good to be true i must try it out then lmao
@root @katnjiapus same ^.^
@root @katnjiapus eh never mind, any program that has text file for "how to install" that i don't understand get's the broom
It has an installer if that's what you were looking for:
@katnjiapus @john who doesnt love an experimental installer! (thanks btw i wouldnt have found this lmao)
gui of elle.iso database corpus. prone to failures and glitches.