GlassCalc 1.29 doesn’t add any new functions, but it adds a number of formatting features to make GlassCalc easier to work with or just fit into your theme better. GlassCalc now has support for thousands separators, and you can choose between commas, spaces of various widths, or enter your own separator. GlassCalc can also replace asterisks (multiplication operators) with dots or times symbols.
You can now choose between three different formats for exponential form:
1.00×1010. GlassCalc defaults to a lowercase e to give a clear separation between the number and exponent. More color settings are available, and the font sizes of the history, input, and other panes are now configurable as well.
If you are an Opera user and wished you could reorder your custom search engines, check out my Search Organizer widget. Feed it your search.ini file and it lets you drag and drop your search engines into a new order. Save and restart Opera for your changes to apply.
My second widget isn’t exclusively for Opera users, though it may be more useful to them. Occasionally, I’ll run into a site that looks blocky and ugly in Opera, but smooth and pretty in Firefox and Chrome, even though Opera supports most or all of the features used *cough* Twitter *cough*. There’s no reason these sites should look any worse in one browser compared to the others, except that the web developers left out some key CSS properties, like the unprefixed
I’ve created a Twitter patch for Opera using CSS Fix that gives Twitter the rounded corners and most of the other pretty effects it’s supposed to have.