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  • You claim to revive Opera? Opera was available for FreeBSD.



  • Please title your topics in a more meaningful manner, relevant to what you write about.


  • Moderator

    And what's the point of this message? Do you understand what Technical Preview means? Do you really believe that writing a harsh message will motivate the developers to do something?


  • Moderator

    @qbdETQrTsVW5:

    You claim to revive Opera? Opera was available for FreeBSD.

    Yes, Vivaldi is a chromium based browser cloning some Opera 12 features like FreeBSD is a clone of Berkely Unix.
    But good joke, FreeBSD has only Opera 11



  • You have no idea what you are talking about. FreeBSD has 12.16.



  • Anyway, a closed source browser is really a joke in a post-snowden world.


  • Moderator

    OMG! Yes, and your brain is not OpenOurce, why should i trust you?



  • It's getting even funnier. I would prefer if you wouldn't.



  • @qbdETQrTsVW5:

    Anyway, a closed source browser is really a joke in a post-snowden world.

    Well, hardware is always "closed", so you are right that it could be a problem, but it is not the only problem.



  • Ahem…!

    I renamed this thread. Enough personal attacks for now.
    You know, Vivaldi is a browser "for friends" so remember to be friendly.
    If you can't, this topic will be closed.



  • I'd also really like to see a FreeBSD version of Vivaldi!


  • Moderator

    @all Please send as many Feature requests as you can and like to https://vivaldi.com/bugreport/
    Perhaps the developers will change their mind and build a Vivaldi FreeBSD version.



  • It will be nice to see Vivaldi for FreeBSD :)



  • @Gwen-Dragon:


    Perhaps the developers will change their mind and build a Vivaldi FreeBSD version.

    Of course it would be nice to have Vivaldi on the Berkeley Software Distribution operating system as well but much more important to me is the integrated e-mail client. So I hope the developers won't change their mind too fast! ;)



  • Hello.

    I am a user of the operating system PC-BSD. This platform is built on FreeBSD + X11, and so on.

    The only really works on the browser PC-BSD is Opera 12.16. But time passes, changing technologies, evolving Internet. Therefore, many sites appear strongly inhibit or glitches in the old Opera.

    Yes there FireFox and Chromium. FF I do not like, and Chromium does not support Flash, which makes it difficult to use it on some sites.

    You know do not necessarily add Vivaldi ports and packages system, it is enough to gather under freebsd. The PC-BSD is implemented strongly enough support for Linux.

    After the appearance of a stable version of Vivaldi, I began to put it to all of my customers on Windows as the main browser. I believe that the browser Vivaldi one of the best compared to the other, though, because he was comfortable.

    But the only upset that I myself can not take advantage of it. For a change of OS browser on less advanced I do not want.

    I would be very happy if the developers really paid attention to requests from the browser to collect under the PC-BSD, I would help them in testing.

    Sorry for my English, I write with a translator.


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