Hi folks! Temperature in Wrocław is way above 30 Celsius degrees, but that doesn’t mean we are not working on our browser. We decided to provide you another update of Opera Next stream, this time we provide fixes for annoying issues that didn’t make it on Wednesday update, fresh Chromium and bunch of other improvements....

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It was a sunny weekend here in Oslo, so we decided to push an update to our Opera Next branch. Oh well, actually it’s almost a half of the week, but the weather was nice, anyway 🙂 Highlights Upgrade Chromium to 29.0.1547.23 Various tab bar fixes, for those who have very many or very few...

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Yesterday we pushed a candidate for Opera Next 16. I’m not surprised that many of you have figured it out already yesterday 🙂 Features that we’ve added for this build are support for W3C Geolocation API, form auto-filler, support for jump-lists on Windows 7/8, presentation mode is now available also on Mac, opera:flags – you...

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Short after Opera 15 was released, Chromium was updated to 1500.72, so we will publish a minor update to Opera 15 on opera.com and autoupdate servers soon, but you can get it here earlier. It also fixes a minor issue in Opera installer, which deleted existing Opera shortcuts from desktop instead of changing them, so...

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Hi, I’m Krystian Kolondra, Manager for Opera Desktop. After our recent post on the vision behind Opera 15 and beyond, it’s time to give you some more information on our plans for our desktop browser. After yesterday’s Chromium update to Opera 15 stable (on Windows there will be one more update today), Opera 16 will...

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Now that we’ve passed the milestone of Tuesday’s launch of Opera 15, it’s time to give you an overview of our vision for the product. When we released our first browser in 1996, most web users were people who weren’t afraid to tinker, and who liked lots of options and configurability. Fast-forward 17 years, and...

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