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Opera is a very fast, lightweight browser that is also highly conformant to WebStandards - it's available for Windows, Linux, Solaris and many other operating systems.

See BrowserIssues for setup details, and http://www.opera.com/ for more information.

-- RichardDonkin - 10 Feb 2002

You can now try OperaSidebars, like Mozilla and IE... Also, see RefreshEditPage for a patch to avoid having to hit Reload the second time you edit a page in the same session.

-- RichardDonkin - 25 Mar 2002

Opera works well on Symbian smartphones such as the SonyEricsson P800, enabling WirelessTWiki access wherever you are smile

-- RichardDonkin - 14 Apr 2003

Opera Mini is now available on almost any mobile phone that supports Java games (i.e. J2ME). This works by putting a small Java program (midlet) on your phone, while talking to a server that runs a full OperaBrowser on your behalf.

The result is that virtually any modern mobile phone can use a full copy of Opera, which is good at viewing complex sites not designed for small screens, including TWiki with typical skins.

This includes Palm devices such as the Treo 600/650 - just install the IBM Java virtual machine (JVM), available from Palm (Google:ibm+palm+java+treo). I've tried this on a Treo 600 and it works really well.

-- RichardDonkin - 02 Jan 2006

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