He has been back for a couple of weeks already, but until today I had not freed the time to read his recent log entries. If you followed my old log, then you are probably aware that my customized Opera browser relies heavily upon his work.
If you use one or more of his customized ini-files, then you should head over to Moose’s new site and download the latest editions. If you have never used them before, then you should go to the site and discover all aspects of it. It will take a while, but it is worth it. From the old CSS experiments to the thoughts behind the keyboard- and menu-setup.
Try out the keyboard setup. To say that it is unconventional is an understatement. But give it some time. It might grow on you. Opera’s browsing speed combined with those keyboard shortcuts make my browsing an experience where almost no futile time is lost on controlling my browser.
Last, but not least, looking at the beautiful layout of the site, the lean markup and well-written CSS is a 100% convincing argument to drop support for IE.
A must-visit for everyone who is interested in Opera customization.