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    Red face Favorite Opera Widgets, please post image, explanation & link

    My two favorite Opera widgets right now are:

    1. Touch the Sky
    Version: 1.13 Updated: Sunday, 06 May 2007 17:59:46



    touchtheSky is a comprehensive weather display, featuring:
    International coverage - just type your town name and search
    Always up-to-date - data gets retrieved and updated every half-hour from Accuweather.com
    Temperature
    Windspeed
    Satellite images
    Air quality, including humidity, pollen levels, and UV levels
    Moon phases
    5-day forecast
    Mini mode - always have it available in the corner of your screen!
    Metric or US units
    Actual temperature or AccuWeather RealFeel
    Switchable skins, conforming to Opera Style guidelines
    Animations can be disabled for slower CPUs
    Automatic notification when software updates are available
    Checked for compatibility in Windows, Linux and Mac OS
    http://widgets.opera.com/widget/3903

    My take on it:

    Nice Weather widget although I would rather it be synced with NOAA instead, overall nice to use, easy to configure weather widget



    2. Wsudoku

    Version: 0.3 Updated: Thursday, 31 August 2006 17:20:06



    A sudoku game.
    Grid's size can be changed (from 4x4 to a 16x16 table).
    Grids are fully generated, so there's basically an infinite number of plays available.
    http://widgets.opera.com/widget/4050

    My take on it:

    The main reason I love this Sudoku widget is that it generates a grid using Japanese characters.
    Also the colorization of lines/rows/blocks is an added bonus (like in Ksudoku)
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    Last edited by RAV TUX; June 12th, 2007 at 05:21 AM.

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    Re: Favorite Opera Widgets, please post image, explanation & link

    Question!
    Are Opera widgets for the desktop? (Please don't laugh)
    If so, then dandy! These would go great with my screenlets.
    EDIT: Oops...nevermind...

    Yay, so I guess they are for desktops! Neat!
    Last edited by DeadSuperHero; June 12th, 2007 at 05:30 AM.

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    Re: Favorite Opera Widgets, please post image, explanation & link

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Psychopath View Post
    Question!
    Are Opera widgets for the desktop? (Please don't laugh)
    If so, then dandy! These would go great with my screenlets.
    EDIT: Oops...nevermind...

    Yay, so I guess they are for desktops! Neat!
    Yes Opera widgets are for the desktop....and most are simply awesome.

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    Re: Favorite Opera Widgets, please post image, explanation & link

    Quote Originally Posted by RAV TUX View Post
    Yes Opera widgets are for the desktop....and most are simply awesome.
    here is a screenshot of them on my desktop
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    Re: Favorite Opera Widgets, please post image, explanation & link

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Psychopath View Post
    Question!
    Are Opera widgets for the desktop? (Please don't laugh)
    If so, then dandy! These would go great with my screenlets.
    EDIT: Oops...nevermind...

    Yay, so I guess they are for desktops! Neat!
    Opera widgets are for desktops also but not *only* for desktops.

    It is the one and only, true cross platform widget platform that I've come across. Right once and run anywhere, how cool is that

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    Re: Favorite Opera Widgets, please post image, explanation & link

    I don't know if they sang opera, but there were singers there:

    http://history.sandiego.edu/gen/filmnotes/freaks2.html

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