Re: Soundwave 2014
« Reply #15, on February 16th, 2014, 01:28 AM »
Yea I know was just too lazy... I'll get to it ...looks like a real nice site!

I use FF most of time, got hooked on moz from Netscape Navigator days, yes I'm that old, bought their first version, cause I did not like Ie and still don't.. I like learning new things everyday but stubborn when it comes to my tools ( toys). but I do test them all though :)
anyway I can talk to you here and now I got the Aeva news, that's where I found it right after you posted it there ha ha! and it was in English imagine that!

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Re: Soundwave 2014
« Reply #16, on February 16th, 2014, 10:53 AM »
Quote from Maxx on February 16th, 2014, 01:28 AM
Yea I know was just too lazy... I'll get to it ...looks like a real nice site!

I use FF most of time, got hooked on moz from Netscape Navigator days, yes I'm that old, bought their first version, cause I did not like Ie and still don't..
On my W95 machine, Netscape was so slow, so long to launch... I used IE2 exclusively. I loved that it would automatically refresh my pages when I was changing the HTML locally in Notepad. Back then, it was all static websites, ah ah... I didn't even need a web server, I could just access my pages with file:// in the URL, and they would run. Then IE3 went out, it was slower, and didn't automatically refresh pages. That was the end of my love story with IE... I stayed with IE, but just didn't like it anymore. I fell in love again a few years later, when I tried Opera. Went on for 8 years, that one... (And, well, I'm writing this from Opera 20, but I still frigging miss their sidebar tab list... The Sidewise plugin just isn't as good.)

I'll have a look at your site, too, but right now I'm busy rebuilding my tab list, because Opera crashed on me and then decided that it didn't want to keep my tab list... -_-

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Re: Soundwave 2014
« Reply #17, on February 16th, 2014, 01:33 PM »
I tried Opera, but just couldn't get into it.

But it was quick that's for sure.
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Re: Soundwave 2014
« Reply #19, on February 16th, 2014, 11:44 PM »
Quote from Bunstonious on February 16th, 2014, 01:33 PM
I tried Opera, but just couldn't get into it.

But it was quick that's for sure.
It was absolute heaven for customization geeks.
I could have it run exactly the way I wanted.

Also, I had over 1000 tabs in my Opera, on a machine with only 2GB of RAM, and it still worked fine.
Nowadays, well... After a hundred tabs, Opera starts crashing *my PC*. More precisely, my Aero interface gets destroyed and I have to quit Opera, then restart the window manager, then restart Opera. Sucks.

Re: Soundwave 2014
« Reply #20, on February 17th, 2014, 12:18 AM »
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I'll have a look at your site, too, but right now I'm busy rebuilding my tab list, because Opera crashed on me and then decided that it didn't want to keep my tab list... -_-
Same happened to me with firefox one time, I think it was an update, I guess I need to turn the auto update off :(

Removed all my bookmarks and pile of mess I had anyway :)

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Re: Soundwave 2014
« Reply #21, on February 17th, 2014, 12:56 AM »
OK I'm gonna give Opera and run for a while, I see some of my stuf need CSS tweaks...

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