Monthly archive for: January 2015

The stabilization of Opera 28 is now underway, meaning that all new features and major changes will be going into Opera 29. In this build we have fixed the most common crashers and we have updated Chromium. We think this build is getting close to beta quality, though there are a few more issues with...

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We had a New Year’s resolution to work smart and hard to deliver a better Opera for computers to our millions of users. It is already the end of January, and we are sticking to this commitment. Navigation bar Since the very moment we introduced visual bookmarks, we wanted to improve the navigation between Speed...

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This is a minor update for MacOS X 10.7 and 10.8 users, fixing a crash on startup issue. If you encountered this problem, you can use the Opera developer for Mac network installer to upgrade (autoupdate from the broken build will not work). If you run Windows or Linux, you can continue to use yesterday’s...

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Another day, another update to Opera developer, with 30+ further fixes and improvements since the build we put out on Friday! There are two nice highlights for this release. Firstly, the heart is now shown as disabled when bookmarks are moved to the trash via the “Remove” button in the bookmark popup. Secondly, we continue...

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Hello in 2015! It’s been almost a month without an update for the beta channel! But have no fear, we have something for you at last. There are couple of things worth mentioning for this build, let’s start with Chromium updates. Over the time of the holiday break two of them were pushed to Opera...

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Happy New Year! Most of the desktop team have returned from their holidays and are back to working on your favorite browser, so we thought it might be a good time to give you another release. Additionally, the annoying known issue from the previous build is now fixed. So no more crashing when activating find...

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