Hopefully they release 64-bit builds soon.
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Posted 06 August 2014 - 10:09
Had to do a triple take on that date this topic was created after I started reading some of the posts, Posted 01 July 2006 - 11:49
Posted 06 August 2014 - 13:21
From now on, Opera officially supports web notifications.
These are a special kind of pop-up triggered by a site.
Notifications alert the user outside of the context of the browser.
Usually, the operating system UI is used to display the alert.
This is very convenient way for web page and web app makers to inform their users about events,
such as the delivery of email or a comment posted on a blog.
You can check it out if you use the Gmail web client. Enable Desktop Notifications in your Gmail settings and have fun!New Mac installer
This release also includes a brand new network installer for Mac.
The smaller-sized downloader fetches the latest version of Opera when you’re connected to the web.
It installs and runs our browser automatically. The new installer is less prone to errors and should manage to download a package when you’re on poor-quality networks.
Network installation for Windows has been available for some time and now we’ve brought it to Mac.
New users can download the network installer once and, from then on, it will always install the latest Opera from our servers.
Of course, the regular auto update still works.
There can be situations where you may need the full, offline package installer.
We haven’t gotten rid of previous solution, just added the smaller option. For anyone who’s worried, you will still be able to download the full size installer.The new, improved changelog
You asked for more detail information about bugfixing and we’ve improved the changelog to help out. But, bear in mind that the log is created automatically, issues are filed by people and mistakes can happen. Now, every bug is marked with a *.Known Issue
Posted 14 August 2014 - 15:56
released an update to Opera Developer 25, it is not actually a big surprise that we are working on a bookmark manager. But, in this release, the bookmark flag is enabled by default.
Furthermore, this update comes with many fixes for things like MP3, H.264, HiDPI and more. As always, a complete list of changes can be found in the changelog.Bookmarks
First, take a look at the main Opera menu. You’ll find a new item there – Bookmarks.
Play around with that menu and see what happens. Now you can quickly enable or disable the bookmarks bar by selecting Show bookmark bar.
If you want to bookmark a page, click the heart icon, found on the right side of the combined address and search bar. We think it’s cool that Opera now suggests a thumbnail for your new bookmarks. There are a few suggestions and you can change the image if you think another works better for you.
The bookmarks page (found by clicking Show all bookmarks in the main menu),
contains a list of folders on the left. Use these to manage your bookmarks.
You can organize your folders and personalize how you want your bookmarks to be kept.
Posted 14 August 2014 - 23:24