Saturday, January 28, 2006 10:57:10 AM
I came across a great little freeware program. Colibri
. This is a freeware application still under development, but already delivers top notch functionality. Colibri indexes all your start menu shortcuts, control panel applets, desktop items and registered executables.
When ever you want to find & launch a program, hit the hot key and type a few letters. Colibri does the rest. It will list matching "find as you type" results. Its small, fast and free!
You can also read about some of the not yet implemented features here.Direct DownloadBy: Marc Foumberg
Thursday, January 26, 2006 2:25:02 AM
I just posted some filters
on the forum. They can filter messages that contain: software versions, http & FTP links to executables & zips, ed2k and Torrent.
You have to love the power Opera's mail client offers!By: Marc Foumberg
Wednesday, January 25, 2006 2:34:49 AM
Both the regular skin and native version have been released to the Opera community. Look for them to appear on the new skins
page shortly.By: Marc Foumberg
Tuesday, January 24, 2006 4:01:14 AM
I've just finished the native version of the skin. Assuming there are no last minute changes I expect to release it along with the non-native version in a day or two.
Of all my skins
this one is by far the most space saving skin yet. I think people will appreciate the screen real estate.By: Marc Foumberg
Monday, January 23, 2006 4:41:33 AM
Here is a screenshot of the Notes panel with web notes and a regular note.By: Marc Foumberg
Sunday, January 22, 2006 5:41:42 PM
I have been working on a skin as a user request. I am happy to announce that it is near complete and should be made available sometime this coming week.
What is it? I think I will name it "MS Office 2003". The skin closely follows the Office theme of colors, toolbars and icons. I have paid extra attention to making Opera's mail client look exactly like Outlook 2003. Or as close as I can get it.
Here is a small taste of things to come. Still a long to-do list. But will be worth it in the end I think. Thanks to rholje for providing the inspiration and ideas! He has been a great help and participated in its design.By: Marc Foumberg