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 simple. Enjoy discovering your News!

Share button on Mac

The support for native Share button on Mac has been implemented. It is now possible to share from within the browser using your selected social network or community:

Screen Shot 2015-10-08 at 11.29.48

Address bar recommendations

We have fixed a few issues:

  • The issue where visited sites were sometimes not recognized and not shown in the address bar recommendations. Now it is resolved in DNA-43977 and should work as expected.
  • We’ve also altered the way tiles are presented in case no apple touch icon is available for the webpage, please see T on the screenshot below.
  • Your history should be processed properly now, so that the collection is filled with your sites. Preinstalled SD’s should be visible only upon clean install, or if you use them.

This feature is now enabled by default. To enable or disable the feature, please go to Settings and in the “User interface” section, modify the “Show extra suggestions” checkbox setting.

2015-10-08 12_52_50-tiles2

In the next iteration, we expect to deliver the option to show only the actual SD’s collection here. We will be happy to see more suggestions on this improvement.

MSE for MP3 support

MSE Audio now works from within Opera, enabling playback from Google Play Music and similar services. To use it, the flag opera://flags/#mse-audio-mpeg-aac is present and needs to be enabled (it is not enabled by default).

Crash fixes

We’ve fixed the following crashes:

  • Crash on Tab Preview – DNA-43967
  • Windows XP specific crash on various video and plugin pages – DNA-44020

We are also currently working on download improvements – expect more soon.

Chromium is upgraded to version 47.0.2508.0.

Known issues:

  • DNA-44479 “Add to bookmarks” / “Edit bookmark” pop-up misses folder select dropdown

Please find the full changelog and links to the builds below.

Links

Full changelog

About Aneta Reluga

Working at Opera since November 2010. Keen photographer, avid Pentaxian, occasional oriental dancer and wannabe dramaculous native language wordsmith; currently in the Desktop QA Team.

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  • nanana1

    Thanks, Aneta, for this Opera Developer Build 34.0.2011.0 release !
    Testing now. 🙂

  • http://syncoriginals.com Sync Originals

    LAStpass CORRUPTED : :). Not nice messing with passwords. https://www.dropbox.com/s/awf3zpf5x3idd5n/Screenshot%202015-10-08%2010.33.39.jpg?dl=0

    • Aneta Reluga

      Uh… LastPass has been hacked so many times that I’d personally discourage using it. But apart from that, have you also checked with the extension updated from addons? Still doesn’t work after extension upgrade?

      • Nerdebeu

        I never use online password manager for important sites (banks, administration and all those who have anything to do with money or personal data). For dozens of more or less stupid forums where I am registered, LastPass is practical. If LastPass was hacked, irrelevant.

        Fix the extension works. TinEye also was corrupt, the repair works also.

  • Vux777

    you didn’t mention sidebar persistence trough sessions (in combination with start page) and spell checker fix 😛

    • Aneta Reluga

      True. Note though that all the mentioned ones are just highlights, and even as such, the blog note is rather long. Still, you’ve spotted it right away because it is in the changelog. 🙂

      • Vux777

        those two are big 🙂

        • Aneta Reluga

          Thanks for highlighting them, then, on my behalf. I’ll make my best effort to improve my highlights with the next release blog note; we all live to learn 🙂

        • Matheus Bombonato

          Indeed!

  • Vux777

    “remove bookmarks duplicates”
    does this applies to all bookmarks or just when synced (and checked for dupes)
    http://prntscr.com/8p3ha6

    I mean, how does it work? any duplicated bookmark will be removed or…

    • BK

      this is about duplicates generated by sync errors.

      • Vux777

        ok ty

        • Rafał Chłodnicki

          Have to correct my colleague here. This removes duplicates regardless of whether duplicate is introduced by sync or not and whether you are syncing your data or not.
          You can for example see that it will, after some time, remove the bookmark you create by copying and pasting.

          Duplicates are moved to trash.
          Bookmarks in speed dial are currently not touched.

          • Vux777

            thanx for answer
            I suspect this but didn’t tested

            so this opens new questions
            -what are priorities? if duplicate bookmarks are, for instance on bookmarks bar and in unsorted
            -what if they are in the same folder, which one will be deleted
            -what about duplicate folders?
            -are you searching for dupes in time intervals or on some user actions (your post make me wonder)

            I’m interested because I was dealing with those issues in my extension

            I have a feeling that you trying to fix sync problems with brute force (deleting dupes)… what other reason would be?

            that’s wrong…. and it will create a mess
            users will be like:”where is my bookmark… this Opera is $#”%#%$%#”

            opera was flamed a lot in last two years because of bookmarks, among other things…

            pls don’t screw it again ツ

          • Marko Koivuniemi

            I agree with Vux777 – and you can think scenarios you would like to bookmark same page twice. At least scenarios where bookmark is in a certain folder and after a while you don’t remember and bookmark it again in another folder. Then duplicate removal could remove “wrong bookmark” and user doesn’t find it anymore. There could be option to check what to remove and what not.

          • qwert

            yes I too hope that such won’t be

            У меня есть папки с одинаковым именем, который лет обозначения 2015, но в каждой папке Другие закладки, надеюсь, что это функция не будет удалить один из этих папок

            да я также надеюсь, что такой не будет
            У меня есть папки с идентичным именем, которое является годами обозначения 2015, но в каждой папке другие закладки, надежда эта функция не удалит одну из этих папок

          • tdudziec

            We are implementing the new thing for copied things in bookmarks.
            Now copied bookmark would be with (1) (2)… and so on to make sureness they are copied intentionally.This would prevent any bookmark to be named completely the same and would fix many of those “duplicated data related with the same name ” issues.

          • Vux777

            tnx
            good to know
            are there any internal method that will automatically recognize duplicate bookmark and rename it or you doing that manually on paste event (from copy)?
            What if user copy-paste bookmark in extension?… will that be auto renamed or…?

            and there’s import issue…if there is already dupe in import

        • Rafał Chłodnicki

          AFAIR duplicates in different folders are not removed.

          But I don’t know all the details, I’ve asked developer who worked on this to chime in.

      • Vux777

        btw. my notes extension in this developer builds
        always starts like this (separator needs to be pulled down)
        compared to stable (proper way)

        is this something that’s gonna stay, or just current developer behavior
        (some change in sidebar happened to cause this)

  • Matheus Bombonato

    Thank you for the DNA-41253, DNA-44246 and the spell checker fixes 🙂

  • Ghirahim

    When the update was available my Opera button in the upper left corner turned red. I would like to have that red button all the time. Can I change it somehow?

    • Kev87

      Afaik it is not possible, it is just a notification to show you there is a new version.

  • Cryio

    I really … really don’t understand why OSX and LINUX have x64 builds, but Opera doesn’t.

    • Leonardo Gomes

      Ópera for OSX and Linux is 64 bits.

      • Cryio

        I typed with my feet, sorry. Edited now for original intent.

    • Leonardo Gomes

      Probably because there is no urgent need for it.

      • Cryio

        How is x64 an urgent need for OSX or Linux exactly ?

        • Leonardo Gomes

          Afaik you can not run 32 bits apps on 64 bits Linux or OSX.

          • bwat47

            You can on linux, but it depends on having the correct libraries installed (which users may or may not have).

          • Leonardo Gomes

            Thanks for the info.

            Anyway, it (still) doesn’t seems to be a trivial thing than running a 32 bits app on a 64 bits Windows, so i still think that it’s more “urgent” to have a 64 bits Opera for Linux than one for Windows.

  • Michał Gołębiowski

    This depends on an outdated Chromium 47 version that still crashes on https://github.com/szhu/3030.

    • Vux777

      page crashed only first time
      works fine after reload or new visit

      • Michał Gołębiowski

        Nah, crashes every time. You need to hover over a tree. This bug was always 100% reproducible.

        • Vux777

          yea, my pointer was away from it when testing first time
          didn’t read the rules carefully 🙂

    • Aneta Reluga

      That’s true, the fix has yet to happen for the developer branch, but it’s on the way. Meanwhile, please enjoy the crashing game (and please take no offense for this little joke)

  • L33t4opera

    Hi Aneta, thanks for the article, and congrats on the first ODev @ Chr 47 😉

    New flags:
    – opera:flags#bookmark-deduplication
    Duplicated bookmarks will be automatically removed.

    – opera:flags#show-downloads-in-progress-warning
    Shows a warning when trying to quit the browser with unfinished downloads.

    opera:flags#surveys
    Enables Opera to present surveys to the user at a regular time interval.

    • SiMcarD

      Surveys? What kind of surveys?

      • Kornelia Mielczarczyk

        This is a simple mechanism of sending optional surveys, which might be sent to some users.

  • Pytak

    So is it just me, or is this build like insanely fast? :O

    • Marko Koivuniemi

      I remember earlier developer build was also fast but now after using beta it sure think very fast. Nice work.

  • Nekomajin43

    How about a general warning on quit?

  • http://www.uopera.net/ Opera Fans

    Come on the development team is revived.

  • Zin
    • Leonardo Gomes

      Nope. Chromium version on its develoiper stream is 47. Version 48 is on canary stream only atm.

      Anyway, each Opera version is based on a specific Chromium version. So Opera 34 is based on Chromium 47, Opera 35 will be based on Chromium 48 and so on.

  • Dave-H

    I can confirm that YouTube HTML5 is now working perfectly again under Windows XP. Thanks! 🙂

    • Aneta Reluga

      Glad it works. 🙂

    • hafasd

      For me, on Linux x64, still after few seconds youtube page reloads to flash version.

  • http://vinczej.blogspot.hu vinczej

    HTML5 works fine on WinXP, and the earlier crashed pages, too. Both O33 and O34 last versions are patched. Super! 🙂

    • Aneta Reluga

      I’m glad we have helped!

  • Lacedaemon

    At least now with “News” it doesn’t sound as new-age-hipster-y as “Discover” did, and is less annoying to the eye, that’s something… I guess. Best way would be to give us the option to turn that damn thing off entirely. -together with the bottom bar-

    • BK

      We might be able to give you such option, probably in O34. Stay tuned.

      • Lacedaemon

        Now that would be big, looking forward to it.

      • Hylian Ticipated

        Do you think an option to disable Sync Button and Tab Menu on the interface is just as important? That’s major.

  • http://www.ugoku.nl/ Sander

    Anyone else experiences extremely slow tab switching using Ctrl+Tab? Clicking the tabs is fast as usual, but Ctrl+Tab takes half a second to switch.
    Glad to see the tab switching crash has been fixed though 🙂

    • SuperTommy

      Yes, very slow.

      • Kornelia Mielczarczyk

        We’ll check this. Thanks Guys.

    • Leonardo Gomes

      At first it looked a little slow but then it started to look normal.

  • Hadley Zedras

    Address Bar Recommendations = BEST THING EVER 🙂

    • Mikolaj Boc

      Thank you.

  • Joe438

    would it be possible to elaborate more on the address bar recommendations algorithms? Is it primarily based on history, bookmarks, speed dial entries or a combination of all three? I would love to be able to customize the recommendations to be based on a particular folder such as speed dial.

    I would like to turn off the ability to visit the address bar recommendations using the right click. I fell the right click should be reserved for viewing “options” or do nothing at all. Currently right, left, and middle click all open the recommended link.

    I do like that the arrow key can be used to select the desired recommended entry in the recommendations list.

    • BK

      Currently it’s based on history. If there is no history, then preinstalled SD’s should be there.
      Right click suggestions sounds good, thanks 🙂
      We will look into adding SD’s options, thanks !

      • Vux777

        Currently it’s based on history

        and still, after opened many pages, your pre-installed SD tiles are still there
        and taking majority of space

        • Aneta Reluga

          Then, there’s something buggy going on with your developer installation; please take a look at the example of my own several random clicks on various pages. Only one page is from Speed Dial, and it is the last one:

          http://i.imgur.com/dxoKqRk.png

          Please note that this feature is under development, so bugs can happen, and we are doing our best to fix them and to make the feature better.

          • Vux777

            it’s standalone install (fresh)
            after installation I copied my bookmarks file from stable

            just for the record, this is my speed dial (no match at all)

          • Aneta Reluga

            Ok, thanks, that would explain things a bit – as already stated, the recommendations are based on history rather than bookmarks. So, in case of the clean installation, you basically have no history even though you have transferred the bookmarks.

            Also, thanks for the hint regarding the possibility to provide recommendations also from the user’s bookmarks – a thing worth consideration.

          • Vux777

            I was mentioning bookmarks and speed dial, because initial tiles are picked up from speed dial
            and then later, as user populates history, that history is pushed into recommendations
            (at least that’s how I got all the logic)
            but in my case, those initial tiles are “set in the stone”
            and history gets only places that’s left (depends on the window size)
            it never pushes away those initial tiles
            that also happens to be sort of ads 🙂

          • Footman

            What if I dont want to have some pages in recommendations? Right click to blacklist would be nice.

          • Vux777

            or small X on hover (like in chrome) to avoid this URL from recommendations

      • Joe438

        Thanks for explaining and listening 🙂

        Just to clarify; adding Speed Dial entries to the address bar recommendations is nice, but I would like to be able to choose to eliminate recommendations that come from a place like bookmarks or history or make sure that the recommendations are only pulled from one particular folder such as speed dial or only from bookmarks.

        To put it another way, I’m hoping to be able to set and refine the recommendations algorithm in some way.

  • Павел Даценко

    Hello! I remember finding somewhere a guide to make opera stable .deb package a 32-bit package, but now I can’t find it. Would you please direct me to it? Thanks.

    • Łukasz Jagielski

      Well, there’s only amd64 opera stable package and I see no way of converting it to 32-bit. The only opera for Linux in 32-bit version is opera-developer for the time being, sorry.

      • Павел Даценко

        But I swear there WAS an article about possibility of making a 32-bit package! Is this possibility gone now?

        • Marko Koivuniemi

          It could be that this possibility went away when Opera sacked Linux-expert called Ruari – and now he works in certain another browser.

          • Павел Даценко

            Alright then, thanks. But it’s sad.

        • Arjan van Leeuwen

          No, this is impossible – you can’t ‘convert’ an application from 64-bit to 32-bit in any way. I think you’re referring to the guide for converting the .deb package into a .rpm package (which is still available and works fine :))

        • Łukasz Jagielski

          Converting amd64 to i686 binary is probably possible for HelloWorld program, but not in this case.

  • Damian eDameXxX Stępnik

    Share button on Mac

    Since Windows 8 there is also share API so I hope we can see share button for Windows too.

    • Arjan van Leeuwen

      The share API on Windows is currently only available for Metro (‘Universal’) apps AFAIK. But I’m a Mac-head so feel free to correct me 🙂

    • BK

      We are looking into this, but there is no simple solution like on Mac.

  • Mike

    Ctrl+enter in the address bar is broke for me. For example, type google and ctrl+enter. It changes the address to http://www.google.com as expected but doesn’t actually go to the page.

    This is with the suggestions disabled if it matters.

    • Kornelia Mielczarczyk

      Confirmed. Thanks for pointing this.

  • Gustav Ekner

    Thanks for the update.
    Are there any plans on tab stacking? Is there a chance it will be implemented?

  • http://pavelkouril.cz/ Pavel Kouřil

    Stumbled on an error.

    Can’t write # (via right alt + alphanumeric 3) in address bar. Czech QWERTY keyboard layout, Windows 10. Can write with this into input fields, but address bar doesn’t work.

    Other symbols using right alt don’t work well too. | (right alt + shift + ¨), ^ (right alt + 6), etc.

    • Aneta Reluga

      Yes, sorry about that – we already have this issue in the database (generally, it is about characters outside of the standard ASCII set, e.g. national characters). Thanks for your report!

      • http://pavelkouril.cz/ Pavel Kouřil

        This may be another issue, though?

        I can write ěščřžýáíé (via single key) and stuff like ňťď (via dead key + actual letter) in the address bar without any problem and they are not a part of the ASCII. Also, left alt + 64 writes @ as expected.

  • Павел Шут

    I would appreciate to have an option to remove the share button, as well as the User/Synchronization button.

    • L33t4opera

      Hi, you can disable the share button in opera:flags#osx-share-button 😉

      • Павел Шут

        Wow, that is cool!
        Any way to hide the Sync button?

        • SuperTommy

          Not possible yet, no.

        • L33t4opera

          AFAIK not yet, but “We are looking into getting this sync button removed from top UI” – the source link.

          • Павел Шут

            Good to know, thank you!

          • BK

            Yes, one of our principles is to have simple UI. Having sync button on front UI mandatory for everyone is against this.
            We’ve not made anything about this yet though, we are working on other stuff atm.

          • Nekomajin43

            How about a customizable toolbar?

          • Hylian Ticipated

            It was just a simple option that was there before for quite a while. Obtrusive interface features that people don’t use is “less” simple.

        • Leonardo Gomes

          Just keep in mind that a flag can disappear at anytime, as soon as the experiment ends.

  • Dmitry Kirin

    I just updated to this build and noticed that something got wrong with the network. At first, I thought it was our internet channel, IIS proxy, my AD user account, or something else in our office network. Clean install didn’t help. Experiments showed something even more strange, as if Opera were doing something system-wide to the internet access:

    1. I start any other browser (IE, Vivaldi, FF), open a site. It opens normally.
    2. I launch Opera (this build). The same site won’t open in it.
    3. I leave Opera open, switch to the other browser. The site won’t open.
    4. I close Opera. The site still won’t open in the other browser.
    5. I kill opera_autoupdate.exe, which happens to be still running. Now the site opens in the other browser!

    P.S. Win7x64. On Win7x32 at home, all is fine.

    • Kornelia Mielczarczyk

      Thanks, I’ve already reported your issue in our bugs tracking system.

  • StSaranchin

    Does share feature support a post to Telegeram?

  • http://julianacosta.me Julián Acosta

    Hi! I want to know if sessions will be implemented in opera again

  • Muhammad Ubaid Raza

    Video playback does not work (laggy videos) when enabling slim painting v2, but i think this issue is Chromium one.

  • miki

    When will I be able to import passwords from the Opera 12.17 ?

  • Vux777

    little boxes on the dev tabs
    little boxes made of ticky tacky

    maybe because i disabled HWA (sidabr works smoother that way)
    and this happens randomly

  • taneli

    When i have high bandwidth usage, it takes some seconds to open and close tabs, when no load, they open alright, what’s up with that? Does Opera need to use bandwidth when closing tabs?

    • Lacedaemon

      Well new Opera doesn’t do well when something else is making I/O operations (writing to disk) or using a lot of CPU cycles, that’s the shitty new engine in the first place.

      • taneli

        Well, could be that, i do have a PCI-E slotted SSD’s in raid-0 (striped) so, disk I/O really shouldn’t be a problem with a browser while something else is running.

        Edit: I also had dowloads onto another drive where Opera is (Opera is on that Raid-0 setup, dowloads were on another drive).

        • Vux777

          i also get slow tabs closing, mostly when I use “close tab” mouse gesture on pages like twitter, facebook… with the long scroll

          I guess it’s how heavy page is, that is causing tab crawling

          disabling HWA seams to help a little

          • taneli

            I use the close button or middle mouse to close them, no gestures.
            And this closing slowness also happen on internal pages and on the Speed Dial page (where i have nothing accessing the internet, like extensions, and oly 4 static items).

          • Vux777

            try to uncheck (if not already) “use hardware acceleration…” in settings and surf some time to see if there is any difference

          • taneli

            Actually everything works just fast and fine without HW accell. (too bad i need to have it on for WebGL to work properly).
            The whole browser is still completely unusable if i render 3D work, if the HW accell. is on. Well this is silly, either have HW accell on to do work, and cannot do work, or have it off, and cannot do work.

          • Vux777

            split the job on master and slave 🙂
            or test webGL in stable and use dev/beta for surfing without HWA
            I guess other chromiums behaves the same (in same conditions)

          • taneli

            Well, yeah sure i use different browsers or instances of the same for work, but not having HWA results in worse video quality and apparently random page rendering problems. :/
            So that’s no fun either.

      • taneli

        I do have to agree on that, Opera is completely unusable with HW on when rendering 3D or doing simulations, or other CPU heavy stuff, this doesn’t seem to affect Chrome or other browsers though (so probably not a Chromium issue).
        But this new issue just popped up on the newest build.

  • http://www.lalaurette.com.ar/ Sebastián Lalaurette

    Alt+Enter and Ctrl+click on a bookmark don’t seem to work anymore, which is highly annoying. 🙁

    • Vux777

      here, ctrl-click opens tab in background
      from BB or internal bkm manager
      win10

      • http://www.lalaurette.com.ar/ Sebastián Lalaurette

        OK, now Ctrl+click on a bookmark works so I don’t know what I was doing last night.

        Alt+Enter in the address bar is still broken, though. Windows 7 32 bits.

  • Owen Paijo
  • Hylian Ticipated

    Pressing ‘Enter’ in the address bar after typing in an address will sometimes not go to the desired webpage and remains at the Start Page. Sometimes pressing Enter will put the cursor on the Search Bar or just not do anything at all, but once pressed it leaves the Address Bar for sure. I have Recommendations disabled so I’m not sure if that has anything to do with it, but I definitely won’t enable it. I restored back to 32 due to this issue (and Tab Menu/Sync Button). I’d stay at 32 if it wasn’t for the wonky rendering
    -_-

    • Lacedaemon

      I thought you can’t disable sync and tab menu in O32 as well?

      • Hylian Ticipated

        The last build that you could is 32.0.1918.0

        I have no annoying Tab Menu next to the Minimize button that shrinks tab sizes due to having that 1 extra tab at the end. And no sync button next to my extensions. And I have the lovely Recent Tabs in the dropdown menu. You can disable Tab Menu in both Flags and Settings. I think Sync is in Flags only.

        • Lacedaemon

          hah right I didn’t imagine you could be referring to a developer version of 32 🙂

          • Hylian Ticipated

            lol 😉

            Anyways, I’ve been tryin the Vivaldi nightlies the other night. I think I found my replacement. It’s essentially Opera 12 with chromium. Lookin’ good!

  • Vux777

    I can’t log in to Pinterest
    I don’t remember I ever could in Opera
    on any channel

    Works fine in Chrome

  • vlado

    ctrl+enter not working in address bar! major drag as i use this shortcut 1000 times a day

    • Lacedaemon

      well it’s time you rethink about using developer 🙂 As a reminder here is what they say: “Opera developer: It is not intended for daily browsinghttp://www.opera.com/blogs/desktop/streams/
      Personally I use beta, I’d suggest you do the same.

  • amnonzerahia

    Dear people, Pardon me if i am not in the exact help site for Opera.
    I would really appreciate your assistance to remedy an issue in version 32.0.1948.69. I can’t find a path to export my Bookmarks and other parameters, even to .html file. Is there is no negotiation between companies/ entities to develop this functionality on all sides? again, thank you for any answer to help me and maybe additional people, unless I am not current with your latest fixes.
    Thank you. amnon.z@gmail.com

    • Dave-H

      If you save the “bookmarks” file (no extension) in your profiledata folder, that should back up your bookmarks. IIRC that file should work in any Chromium-based browser.

  • amnonzerahia

    thank you Dave for prompt response.

  • x a

    Want to remind everybody, that I still miss the Bookmark Sharing feature (Opera decided to remove for little reason) a lot – there are just those occasions… :/

    • Lacedaemon

      They ‘ve just copied Firefox’s cheap (literally & metaphorically) method of doing it (July 2nd, 2015) as it’s obvious by this dev version. Yes, it doesn’t sound like the promised “we will innovate instead of maintaining an engine” at all.

      • Vux777

        XA is talking about deprecated Opera service (Bookmarks sharing)
        not some social networks share button

        …and nothing special about that FF method
        there is many extensions doing the same for long time
        https://chrome.google.com/webstore/search/share?_category=extensions

        • Lacedaemon

          I’m talking about the same, it’s cheaper providing those share options than maintaining your own servers for sharing links (bookmarks)
          Also there may have been extensions for doing that but in both Firefox & Opera now that thing is native (built in UI & out of the box) which is clearly different than having them as extensions.

  • Marcin Mitek

    To all of you wondering why we were silent this week: most of the Opera engineers form around the world attended a seminar. Some of us are already at work, some will be back on Monday, some will be working this weekend too.

  • SLR

    I’m experiencing an unusual network activity (download) while Opera Developer is running. I have removed all extensions and reset flags. The about section shows that I have the latest version (2011) so no updates are downloading. The downloads section is also empty. Any idea what’s going on?

  • Biohazard

    problem with keys crtl + enter for autocomplete “.com”

    • http://www.lalaurette.com.ar/ Sebastián Lalaurette

      Also with Alt+Enter for opening URL in a new tab.

  • Laga Mahesa

    I still frequently lose all gesture and keyboard input for anything except for the url bar, even when every single tab is closed – leaving only the speed dial page. I must restart the browser when this happens. Has anyone else experienced this, and, better yet, figured out the cause?

  • xxxhugo

    This and previous Opera developer build crashes when I want to download any file in Windows 10. Opera Beta is OK.

  • taneli

    I know this is a developer version, but geez, it’s slower than IE back in ’95 with a 400MHz processor and 256 megs of ram.

  • Mikolaj Boc

    Someone here was asking about downloads in progress warnings on exit. You can now test these with #show-downloads-in-progress-warning

    • Vux777

      OT: windows.onFocusChanged not working in dev

      • Vux777

        can anyone confirm this pls?
        it is a major bug, and with no confirmation it looks like it’s something on my side
        btw. there is many weird behaviors in latest dev and beta
        window resize events are fired on sidebar opening, some rendering process are stalled so that window height (sb) is 0…
        non of those things happens in stable

        win10 x64

    • Nekomajin43

      How about a general warning on quit?

      • Aneta Reluga

        Stay tuned. 🙂

        • Nekomajin43

          I hope we think of the same. 🙂

  • David_Gould

    You guys know about the big memory leak in this version, right?

    • Leonardo Gomes

      Couldn’t notice it here so far.

  • Ralf Brinkmann

    In this Dev I can not use Java although I have switched opera://flags/#disable-npapi to disabled.

    • Aneta Reluga

      Thanks, it has already been reported and looked at.

      • eshepelyuk

        Java not working in 34 even if it went beta.

  • Ralf Brinkmann
  • DsG1

    I still use opera 12.17 cos of the bookmarks in the left side, BEST ever. How do i get that in opera 34 ?.