I am an "old" user of mail in just about every sense of the word "old"
I am using mostly POP because that is what I started with and I was always glad to have all mails locally.
Every once in a while there are mails, that I prefer to keep only locally, not on any servers. With POP I never had to think about that.
My volume in Opera 12 M2 is something like 100 000 Mails in the last few years. I also have older versions of Opera which did access closed servers. No problem with my local copy.
If the "completeness" of M3 is important, than I would rather have M3 with only IMAP than wait another 6 months
A very useful guide. Thanks for taking the time and effort to put it online.
An advanced version which explains every setting would be even better (especially security settings)!
Just one error I spotted - at the bottom of the 1.6 Panels page the link at the bottom right should be to Session Management not Mouse Gestures (or you miss a page).
IT IS THE WORLD BEST BROWSER
Please give more advertisement of VIVALDI WEB BROWSER and please launch the android app so that android users use VIVALDI WEB BROWSER and more people attract VIVALDI WEB BROWSER and download VIVALDI WEB BROWSER on all platforms including android also. So that VIVALDI WEB BROWSER is more popular among various web browsers like Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera etc.
I'd think it would be nice to have that option! But as many have commented, it's only a matter of time for Vivaldi to have his own sync, and I think it will be very good! So we can only hope to have this feature!
default to "open link in current tab stack" (creates a tab stack if not in one) seems like it'll be super cool and powerful!
Yes! It would be super cool.
The implementation should presumably be trivial: put each new first-generation tab in a new stack.
It would be like this: When an amoeba that lives in a container spawns a child, the child also starts to live in the same container, but when an amoeba that lives outside a container spawns a child, the child also starts to live outside and loses contact with its parent---This is the current Vivaldi. My proposal is: When you create an amoeba, why not put it in a new empty container? Then its children will live in the same container with their parent . . . This is the automatic tab stacking for you!