Monthly archive for: October 2015

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Hello, and welcome to the latest stable version of Opera for computers. The previous version concentrated on privacy as a human right. With Opera 33, we want to look at another vital aspect of bringing the web to as many people as possible – making sure that the browser is performing even on slower networks...

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Hi All, This release is mainly a quick bugfix update. For the full list, please check the changelog, and for the tl;dr version please take a look at the following fix highlights: – DNA-44277 – Ctrl+Enter on address field doesn’t load a page – DNA-44509 – [Mac] Tab cycler broken – DNA-44102 – [Linux] Some...

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Hi All, we’ve got another update for you this week. This time it’s Opera beta, which will be probably the last one before we switch it to Stable. Linux proprietary codecs support Opera beta is now able to detect whether the chromium-codecs-ffmpeg-extra package is installed. As long as this package is up-to-date (45.0.2454.x and newer),...

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Hi All, During the last week, our developers, interaction designers and QA engineers spent a couple of days in France. We’ve attended the Engineering Seminar which focused on sharing knowledge and exchanging ideas. Now we are back and present you with the Opera developer update, in which we have a number of improvements, changes and...

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Hello 🙂 We are continuing bug fixing on our stabilization stream and we have an updated build of Opera beta for you. It has new Chromium 46.0.2490.52 inside and several fixes, including a nasty renderer crasher on Windows XP. For the detailed list of fixes, visit our changelog. Have fun testing! Downloads: Opera beta 33...

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Today, we are bringing an update to Opera Developer 34. In this release, we would like to turn your attention to the following highlights: Discover is News Since the name “Discover”, while quite bold, could be a bit confusing to some users, the feature is now renamed. Now, it is named “News” – clear and...

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Hi everyone, Today we are happy to present you our brand new Opera 33 beta. This release contains several improvements: Vibrancy in OS X The Opera window looks nicer with its partially transparent frame (which is enabled by the flag #vibrancy-in-window-frame):   Here is a list of some other flags which were enabled: #proprietary-codecs-support-for-web-audio-api –...

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