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 View Poll Results: Do you want Dolphin to roll back to V10 UI?

Yes
 
22 Vote(s)
91.67%
No (state why please)
 
1 Vote(s)
4.17%
Dont use Dolphin
 
1 Vote(s)
4.17%
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Dolphin V11 downgrade

18th May 2014, 02:07 PM |#31  
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I'm still not sure about the UI Guess I might be just a bit conservative . But still using Dolphin and happy with new version )
 
 
18th May 2014, 03:07 PM |#32  
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most elements appear to be back in place now with latest version, left and right swipe back, i dont really like the new UI either but it works well enough so we're going to be stick with it.
19th May 2014, 04:26 AM |#33  
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I wonder why they put the home/new tab button on top, and gesture requires swiping up on dolphin button, which is more difficult.
20th May 2014, 05:18 PM |#34  
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Originally Posted by jjmai

I wonder why they put the home/new tab button on top, and gesture requires swiping up on dolphin button, which is more difficult.

yeah, this version is a step backward is my opinion but its still the best browser out there, surprised the left swipe to bookmarks hasn't been copied yet, this is the only reason I use Dolphin, that and quick swipe to desktop toggle.
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