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    Is there anyone in here from Norway?

    Appearently Opera has introduced a new java based browser called Opera Mini.
    It is currently available only to those in Norway. It runs on several platforms. Not sure about Palm. Since it's java based, it is supposed to be much faster. Also from what I understand, their may not be a d/l size limitation like we have now in Blazer.

    http://www.opera.com/products/mobile/operamini/

    Just curious if anyone has been able to try it yet.
    Last edited by TheLiveSoundGuy; 08/10/2005 at 11:57 AM.

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    It isn't Palm compatible at this point. In theory, if somebody did the leg work, you could use the Java versions of it, but that is sort of a kludge.
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    that stinks. i need a alternative to opera, blazer and Xino. why can't Safari or Firefox be avaliable for 650?
    argggghhh
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    I am waiting for lynx
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    Nah. Lynx is too advanced. Gopher
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    Quote Originally Posted by Druce MacFarlane
    I am waiting for lynx
    lynx is great (run on a remote machine via pssh....)
    Palm Vx -> Kyocera 6035 -> Kyocera 7135 -> Treo 650 -> Treo 755p
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    Quote Originally Posted by Druce MacFarlane
    I am waiting for lynx
    Here I am!!
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    Check this thread - Opera is indeed working on the Treo!

    Link: Posting with Opera for the Treo
    Last edited by christine; 08/10/2005 at 08:29 PM.
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    downloaded it from
    here and i found out how to change to englishhere
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    Quote Originally Posted by christine
    Check this thread - Opera is indeed working on the Treo!

    Link: Posting with Opera for the Treo
    Sweet! Thanks!

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    this is awesome...thanks!!!
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    Posting from it right now. Kudos! This is so cool!
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    KFU Christine

    But, everytime I switch apps now I am getting a "Backing-up opera" message...anyone else?
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    this is screaming fast !!!!!

    backspace works for 'back' just like blazer...great bookmark support and d pad support too.
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    lol thats great dutchtrumpet, but do you get that backing up opera message too?

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    maybe its a zlauncher thing..
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    I haven't gotten that message...

    have you figured out a stylus-free way to access the menu?
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    Use my finger instead of stylus

    thanks for the reply
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    Overall a great feel as a browser. Very fast. Pages render well. Images look nice. Page Up/Down overlap a line of text for easy reading.

    However, it is still a little buggy. First time using it the Treo reset after almost every key stroke. After reset, I experienced the one click on the d-pad was equal to two clicks on the page. That was kind of wierd.

    Haven't found a way to reset the home page yet.

    Copy/Paste/Text select does not appear to be an option

    Text box limited in characters
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    Which is why I had to do two posts.

    Google defaults to Google.de. Workaround is go to Google.com/pda and click on full google. It will bring you to the English full version.

    I can't seem to get it to keep me signed in when I exit the program. Maybe because of the Java/proxy?

    This is just what I've noticed so far. Overall, though, I love it. It is sooo much faster.
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    Om reminds me of Xiino. Mostly for 2 reasons: text style and SPEED...
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