Monthly archive for: January 2017

Hi, Here is the update of Opera O43 beta. It contains stabilization fixes, crash fixes on Mac and Linux, improvements for installing. We have also fixed Chinese font issue on Linux. Chromium was updated to version 56.0.2924.59 Full changelog contains the details. Installation links: Opera beta for Windows Opera beta for Windows x64 Windows Opera Portable...

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Hi, It’s yet another quick Stable update due to some Mac crashes we’ve found. We have also fixed Chinese font issue on Linux. Full changelog. Installation links: Opera Stable for Windows Opera Stable for OS-X Opera Stable for Linux – deb packages Opera Stable for Linux – RPM packages

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Hi, We’re releasing a fresh developer version of Opera for you today. It contains number of fixes, including: Notification setting icon to open notification exceptions settings, Bookmarks and browsing history are successfully imported from the default browser again, Some Linux fixes for unreadable fonts and web pages, Search & copy pop-up fixes. You’ll also find...

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A year ago, we set out to explore what web browsers might look like in years to come. Now, you can try Opera Neon – a concept browser that gives you a glimpse into the future of desktop browsers. Today’s web browsers are not as fresh as they used to be At Opera, we have...

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Hi, Today’s Opera beta update contains a number of fixes, mostly related to video popout, copy/search pop-out and improving browser stability. Chromium was updated to version 56.0.2924.28. Full changelog contains the details. Known issues H264 videos are not working on Linux currently. Sorry for that. Installation links: Opera beta for Windows Opera beta for Windows...

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Happy New Year, this is the first post this year and Opera 44 cycle is starting! We’ve been working on some new features for you to preview. Note that some of them, described below, are in early development stages, so you might not find a flag to switch them on to take a look, but...

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