Discussion in 'Motorola Q' started by y2julio, Mar 29, 2007.
No Problem. I think I'm gonna delet it before it causes any problems
I agree... I used deepfish for ooohhhhh half a day... but it needs work... I'll stick with IE for now... but Deepfish could be nice.
In the mean time
What's your opinion of the program?
I would like to get your input on this as well. Thanks.
waiting for deepfish again until then i will use ie or not at all.
Has anyone figured out what the "link to homescreen" does? I'm a bit timid to try it out, because I might not be savy enough to reverse it.
I want to play with this for a little longer before I give up on it...say...another hour...
I have been trying to use Minimo for the last two days. It can be worked on the Q, but I have found it complicated and slow. It reminds me of Netscape Communicator. It froze on me three times in a minute while trying to check Weather Underground.
It takes two hands to use Minimo. For a good browser, it needs to be good with one hand.
In my opinion, it's useless.
In a company Q&A, LiveLabs director Gary Flake said that Deepfish is a prototype technology, and that Microsoft is not announcing specific plans for making the product more widely available.
It was a bit anti-intuitive, but still cool nonetheless.
I'd be interested to see what a final release turns out to be.
Once I had a problem using a "login" button and "dropdown" section menu, I removed it.
Apparently, that didn't prevent the 'good soul who shared the activation' with me/us from likely losing his access.
(I'm sorry that happened. )
As far as "link to homescreen" on Opera: Perhaps it's similar to MSN's option to add dedicated large icon shortcuts to the Home Screen, and nothing more. (or not.)
I wasn't into MiniMo at all. Just kludgy
can someone post a way to get it from one of you guys that already has it.:angry:
Trying the Opera, but it will not let me enter anything in "search" boxes. I tried to buy it, but it tells you to get some code by starting Opera, selecting "Options" then "Register", but there is no Options item to select. It does look like it would be fast and good, but I can't even purchase it, or try it to tell.
As for the "j". The bowser ran the same as IE, but in a website comparison I think it was better. Some of the websites that would not view properly on IE looked exactly like and navigated like on a desktop or laptop. I also liked the site picture counter, so you can see why the download takes more time than you want it to.
I didn't get to test Deepfish, but this one isn't that bad. It's not great, but it's not bad.
After seeing what happened to validation codes, I don't think I will be sharing mine. My copy still works. Sorry guys, I would like to share, but I don't want my Deepfish to stop working.
I tried Opera. I think it sucks.
Same here. Im gonna stick to PIE till deepfish is for release. For everyone.
Opera is a lot faster...
Opera Sucks big time
It makes the browsing damn slow..2 times I got broswer crashed/closed by itself.
It's the first beta--you should give it a chance. Look how long Minimo has been in beta and it is still not very good.
I still recommend Opera Mini.
instead of just yelling "it sucks" maybe there is a better way to describe why you don't like a particular program.. that w/c-ould actually help other members deciding what to test/try/use..
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