Monthly archive for: December 2013

A happy holidays to all our users and readers from all of us in the Opera Desktop Team! We will be taking a break until new year. There will not be any product updates until January. Thank you for your continued support, interest, and feedback in 2013! It would not be fun without all of...

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Since yesterday, we’ve gotten a number of incoming reports that selected YouTube videos no longer play in Opera. We’ve investigated this further and it seems to be a recently introduced codec selection issue on YouTube’s side. We’ve contacted YouTube about this: their friendly engineers are on the case, and will release a fix for the...

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Hello girls and guys! I would like to present the brand new release of Opera Developer, our most up-to-date desktop browser release channel. This time we focused on heavy bugfixing, to improve stability and eliminate all those little annoyances, so nothing can disturb your Christmas season and provide the best possible Internet experience. Hope we...

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It’s my turn to say hello. My name is Saito and I am Japanese QA in Desktop, working in Wroclaw, Poland. I’d like to announce another Opera web browser update, just before Christmas. Since this is an update to our stable branch, you don’t need to do anything special. Just sit and wait for the...

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Hi! Been a while since I made a blog post, so I have something special for you today. Opera 20 goes to developer stream today. As you may know, the developer stream is where we try things out; some of them don’t make it to the Opera Next stream, others do, depending on their stability...

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Hello! We are continuing to work on Opera Next and Opera Developer in our never ending quest to provide the best web browser. This of course doesn’t mean we neglect the Opera stable version. Recently you guys reported crashes when enabling notifications in Gmail. Thanks for the feedback and in return here is an update...

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