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Old 02-15-2010, 08:42 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Old 02-15-2010, 01:48 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Thanks for the heads up.
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Old 02-15-2010, 05:32 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I am finding it a bit slow. The widgets are interesting. I am more of an Opera Mini person
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Interesting. Will be checking that out. When they upgraded to 1.6 and supported socket, I still found it slower than Opera Mini. Like aksonitzky, more of an OM person as well.
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Does anybody have the Bolt Launcher working? Bolt Launcher allows you to click on a link in any type of message and automatically open up the Bolt browser. It works, but doesn't go to the page in the browser; it just starts Bolt.
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I find it slow, so I ended up deleting it and switching back to the default browser (gah).

Has anyone had the issue where they can't click on the links? It happened to me again yesterday where sometimes the links just refuse to register. I was trying to look up Bolt's socket/http deal and when I tried to click on the FAQ link, nothing would happen. It wouldn't load or anything. I clicked every word, every blue line that had a link attached to it and it just refuses to go anywhere.

So I got fed up with it and deleted it. I got that same problem in the beta as well.

I might give Opera mini a try now.
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I've had that happen -- where clicking on a link did nothing. Never could figure out the issue. I'd usually just end up exiting the program and startung it again. Usually that worked.
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Interesting. Will be checking that out. When they upgraded to 1.6 and supported socket, I still found it slower than Opera Mini. Like aksonitzky, more of an OM person as well.
For me I find it a LOT faster than OM, when loading the page and navigating, not to mention the features. I can download a 130MB+ file in once try even complete the download in standby mode on 3G/WLAN or switching between both (home wlan). Besides I don't have to submit to a proxy copying my data; something I'd prefer to stay away from. Not that its top security or anything but I just feel better about it ... I've been screwed over before by ppl I thought where friends and almost went to jail for it. Yes I'm jaded so I'm careful.

I do like Bolt and how it can integrate in the BB better than OM. One thing I cannot stand is how Preferences > Clear All Data does not clear History.
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Old 03-24-2010, 01:55 AM   #9 (permalink)
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I find it slow, so I ended up deleting it and switching back to the default browser (gah)..
Me too...
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