All posts by Kornelia Mielczarczyk

Desktop QA at Opera Software since 2012. Communication support. Living in Wrocław.

Hi All, This release is the last 36.x based one. As such, it provides not so many changes as usual. Some fixes instead, and improved stability. Here are the highlights: We fixed the issue where it was impossible to put the graphic display to sleep. Please verify if it works for you now. Some page...

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Hi All, In short: today’s beta update is going to be our stable release candidate. We have fixed the nuisance of private window address bar not accepting input from the keyboard when maximized, and improved the overall build stability. If you notice any new quality issues, please let us know it the comments! Installation links:...

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Hi! Today’s update has an extremely short but important changelog: — Turbo fix DNA-46593 which improves stability and performance; — Linux users can now play Netflix videos with the DNA-40876. For technical details on the proper Linux Netflix configuration, please refer to https://blogs.opera.com/desktop/2016/01/first-opera-beta-update-2016/ The Chromium version has been updated to 47.0.2526.111. Installation links: Opera Stable for...

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Hi All! This is the last developer release – and the last release in general – we’ve got for you this year, and so, maybe it’s time for a short summary for 2015: We’ve released 90 builds in total… …of which, 40 were developer builds… …and also 21 stable builds and 29 beta builds; We...

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As we are slowly progressing towards the last feature freeze for this year, here’s what we have with this update: Search hint For new users, or users that have not used the address bar searches in a while, there will be a hint that they can search using the address bar. This should be a...

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Hi All! Here’s an update of the stable Opera version. We applied a few stability and UX fixes in this build, and the highlights for the release include: DNA-45200 [Extensions] No permissions messages. This is a fix for extensions installing – now after you’ll install one, the list of permissions should be complete. DNA-45037 [Engine]...

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Hi All, we’ve got another update for you this week. This time it’s Opera beta, which will be probably the last one before we switch it to Stable. Linux proprietary codecs support Opera beta is now able to detect whether the chromium-codecs-ffmpeg-extra package is installed. As long as this package is up-to-date (45.0.2454.x and newer),...

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