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No fluff! I got your message about being too non-technical, so I’ll be more focused and review all the changes we stabilized in Opera 35 beta. In this version, we focused on removing duplicate bookmarks, introducing a separate search bar, cleaning up the settings page and a few other improvements. No duplicate bookmarks When we...

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  Hello, Even though this version is technically O34, we are already in O35 cycle. Public developer versions will be upgraded to O35 next week, together with chromium version.   Since “winter is coming”, we are preparing for it. In the Opera 35 cycle we are working on: Simple settings section – so that the...

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Hello everyone, Days are turning into nights much earlier now, yet we are not sleeping. Instead, today we would like to deliver our first 34 beta with a number of improvements, some of which include: Turbo 2 Opera Turbo is an established and widely recognized method of received data compression and thus providing both data...

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Hi everyone, Today we are happy to present you our brand new Opera 33 beta. This release contains several improvements: Vibrancy in OS X The Opera window looks nicer with its partially transparent frame (which is enabled by the flag #vibrancy-in-window-frame):   Here is a list of some other flags which were enabled: #proprietary-codecs-support-for-web-audio-api –...

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Hi Guys, Opening webpages via typing URL in the addressfield is for sure one of the most popular action that you do in your browser. Focusing on the addressfield, we would like make your daily actions easier and faster. Today we have UI addition for you to check. When clicking addressfield with mouse, tiles with...

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