Roop Nanuwa wrote:
I'll join in on the praise for Opera. It really is the best web browser that's extremely light but still has all the "modern day" features one would expect from a web browser and then some. I will warn you about a couple of things, though.
1] The native FreeBSD version is not going to run Flash. I've pulled out many, many hairs about this but have never gotten the two to work together. If you want to view Flash, then install the linux-opera port. 2] You'll be spoiled after using Opera for any length of time. I've been using Opera for a long time and I simply can't tolerate any other browsers. The feature set it provides is so expansive that other browsers will seem utterly gutted in comparison. Ever use vi for a while and then notice that random ':w' or ':wq' start appearing in places where they shouldn't because you've gotten so used to the commands? Same idea here. 3] The default interface is not for everyone. Just realize that the interface is highly configurable so don't let it turn you off if it's not to your liking.
Just curious, but which version of flash are you using with Opera? I did a search of the ports tree and found quite a few flash ports and was confused on which one to install.
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