All posts by Maciej Kocemba

Product Manager of Opera GX, Opera Touch for Android and iOS. Previously Product Manager of Opera for computers, secret projects in R&D department and Opera Mini for iOS. Joined Opera over 12 years ago. Still passionate about coding, mountain / road biking when not working.
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Hi, Today’s release introduces a new Save Page as PDF feature while addressing the most important issues spotted in the last update. In addition, there are some anticipated fixes as well as deep changes to the bookmarks bar on Windows and Linux. In the end, it will improve the quality of those components. However, this...

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Hi, Last week, we didn’t have a developer update because we wanted to focus on the Opera 49 initial beta release which included the snapshot editor. However, it doesn’t mean we didn’t spend any time working on Opera 50. Today’s build includes features and fixes for all three platforms. Tab’s context menu is more functional Items...

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Hi, We’re starting a brand new Opera line today, welcoming the golden number 50 build. This is the first version with Chromium 63. We pushed this release ahead of our typical Monday schedule to address the known issue from the previous build in which a created pop up would cause a crash. Update and take...

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We recently released Opera with built-in VR video player and today there’s another update ready for you to test out. Smoother videos on macOS Opera 45 introduced significant performance improvements to video playback on Windows. Opera 49 makes videos better on macOS. You will get smoother playback, snappier seeking, high-resolution videos will load faster and...

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Hi, The latest Apple operating system – macOS High Sierra – is going to be available on Monday, September 25th. We want our users to be prepared, that’s why today’s update brings multiple changes and fixes to ensure Opera will run smoothly after you decide to upgrade your system. You can check out all the...

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Welcome, Today’s developer build offers custom extension placement in the toolbar, allowing you the freedom to arrange your extensions. As with tabs, if you are one to have an abundance of extensions in Opera, this will be a handy way of organising your browser’s tools. Previously, extensions were ordered in accordance to their installation date....

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