Monthly archive for: June 2014

Let’s start the new week with the fresh Opera Next build. It’s not as exciting as the last week updates on our Developer channel, but it brings several fixes that will increase the stability of our browser. Among changes there are some crashers fixed and improved translations. For the detailed list of issues head on to...

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You already got a sneak peek (pun intended) of the feature I’ll be announcing in this blog post. However, along with Mac support here is the official feature introduction. Remember the survey about tab improvements we asked you to fill out? Thank you for participating. With Opera Developer 24 we now introduce tab preview. Too...

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Good day! I hope you were as excited as us from yesterday’s announcement. After yesterday’s Opera for Linux release, here’s a quick update to the Opera Next stream for Windows and Mac. Opera 23 is getting closer and closer to going stable and here is our latest build with stability fixes. Highlights Translated strings for Opera...

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We’ve said many times that when a Linux version is ready, we’d let you know. Today, we’re delighted to announce our first Chromium-based Linux version is ready for download on our Developer stream. Go ahead and download Opera Developer 24 for Linux. Many of us at Opera use Linux as our primary platform. It’s great...

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Just as the summer calendar is about to commence in Oslo, we are releasing an update for our hot flagship desktop browser. The modernized Opera contains stabilization and security fixes. We have also worked hard to keep you up-to-date with the fresh version of Chromium engine. Download: Opera Stable for Windows Opera Stable for Mac Or go...

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Today we move the developer stream to 24.0.1534.0. We have several interesting changes for this version lined up, which we will announce over the coming weeks. To kickstart 24, our first big change is support for automatic loading of Pepper (PPAPI) Flash. Introducing Pepper Flash Pepper Flash allows for a more stable method of running...

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Hello Opera Users! It’s high summer here in Norway and Poland, and our coding elves have been sunbathing so much that they’re practically smoking, so we’ve summoned them back to their computers. (As you may know, smoking is bad for your elf.) So today, we’re releasing Opera 23 Next. The biggest UI change is that...

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