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in my browser it has advanced option for selecting the style sheet to be used.

 

is there any reason you could not or wouldn't like to have your own custom style sheet that you design for basic alterations involving only the points of interest like headers or text size or so on?

I always see the option and consider what would work fairly universally in a sort of way.

 

Not my lives ambition but it could be helpful if it would work fairly smooth.

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Wonder if the love for Opera is as big now as it was before they became simplicity-focused with Chromium. Myself did I cried many night until I found Vivaldi

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Vivaldi is also based on Chromium, it was a shame to lose Opera because they had the Presto engine through version 12 to provide a counter to the other engines.  Both Opera and Vivaldi use Chromium (specifically Blink), although Opera is now owned by a Chinese company.

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I guess with the phase out of flash, anyone still running an XP system, using Firefox which is still supported for it, would have less of a memory problem? Ads, and youtube for example, I still have an XP system, stopped using it in late 2016.

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