Johnson City, TN
Yay. I'm downloading it anyway, even though I'll probably still use firefox mostly.
Way cool Thank you, thank you, thank you!
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Re: I emailed them...
said by NY Tel:Yeah, I think they decided to change the method in mid stream.
They fail to tell you that they don't mail you the code.
You need to click on the link to get the code and enter your e-mail address when the box pops up. Wait about 10 minutes or less and all of a sudden a reg code will pop up for you on your screen.
I did get my code through the website. They never did answer, or even autoreply, to my e-mail message.
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Re: I emailed them...
said by M A R S:You should get your own codes and not use those above. These codes could be disabled later as multiple users use the same code.
Copy the appropriate registration code given below
Go to Help > Register Opera
Enter your name and organization
Paste the registration code and press OK
Operating System Registration Code
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Linux PowerPC p-rLsLt-pA6xb-YCPSQ-PNFQk-8HvPE
Linux Sparc k-4tMst-PBiyc-DkczQ-CVaRm-FFiPD
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Re: Now is the time to test it out.
said by Grail Knight: They won't "lose" any money from doing this, they'll simply not make as much. The same people who are after free registration keys likely would NOT have purchased a key anyway.
...and figured out they would lose thousands upon thousands of dollars and are only sending out a set quantity to random users.
Re: Why bother? For the same reason people buy bottled water. You hit the nail on the head - you're not one who will, so I don't think there is any explanation that would make sense to you.
For me, I disagree with the last line - there aren't perfectly good alternatives out there without the cost, if there were I'd use them. IE is next to useless while playing russian rulette, and FF is both slow, and difficult to manager and get needed (for me) features to work. Plus the increasing security vulnerabilities + known and reported ones still there after a year make it very less safe in my mind than IE.
So, this has me using Opera - which has yet to push me away, but has been trying in v8.
Back on topic, this is a good chance for people to get something free, so why not? Though, I'd think this thread belongs in Hot deals IMHO.
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Re: I suspect....
said by hmnjy :No. It's good until atleast opera 9.0
that within a few days a new version will be out and all this will just be an effort to suck ppl into buying it.
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