Monthly archive for: October 2013

Hello World 🙂 Welcome to the Opera Desktop blog’s new blogging platform. Here, discussion capabilities are better for everyone. Comments are threaded, and you can rate them. Hopefully this will let you see our Monday replies to your Friday questions, and make the most important points easier to access. With the blog change, we plan...

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Hello from Oslo, We are ready with the first Opera 19 developer build. Why don’t you give it a go and see if you like it? Your feedback is always appreciated. There is a new option ‘Advanced settings’ under opera:settings-> Browser. It controls ‘Use hardware acceleration when available (requires Opera restart)’ under System and ‘Disable...

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Hi guys! We are working hard on Opera 18 and Opera 19 to deliver the best product possible, but we also have to make sure that Opera 17 is up to date. Here is an update for Opera 17 with some nice crash-fixes and a chromium upgrade. P.S. If you are after a weather update,...

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Greetings from Wojtek from the Wroclaw’s Desktop QA department! The sun is/was shinning, the weather is/was sweet. 🙂 But I still want you to go and download the brand new Opera 18 which has just landed in the Opera Next stream. We have decided that Opera 18 has reached a level of maturity needed for...

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Hello, I am Ania from the Wroclaw office. Last week I spent few days in Oslo office and I really enjoyed it. I had a chance to cooperate closely with Mac developers and tried Brunost in the local canteen 😉 Opera 18 is still in Developer stream, please give it a go and write down...

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Hi all! Next week I’m traveling to Russia to enjoy the golden autumn and stuff. Opera 18 is still in Developer stream, but will move to Next stream next week. Let’s see if guys and girls here can manage it without me 😉 Highlights Update chromium to 1650.4 Tons of bugfixes Known issue Pages are...

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