Opera 10.52 Snapshot Updates

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  1. nanana1

    nanana1 Frequent Poster

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    Opera 10.52 snapshot build 3344 is available.

    http://my.opera.com/desktopteam/blog/show.dml/

    Final fixes before the Easter Holidays
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    Before we all go off to celebrate Easter Holidays, we thoughts we'd give you a few final fixes to show what we have been working on. As you can see from the changelog there are quite a lot improvements. Most of these issues are cross platform fixes, however both Mac and UNIX get a number of Widget fixes. Additionally we fixed a couple of the more annoying issues on UNIX.

    Disclaimer : This update information is only for Opera users and any interested parties. Other browsers users should continue with their own browser of choice and should ignore this update.
     
  2. noons

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    Thanks! Way to be on top of things by the way. I checked an hour ago and they still had the 3388 build listed!
     
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    Many thanks, Linux work now happens simeltaneously and thats real nice.
     
  4. nanana1

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    You are welcome ! BTW, you meant build 3338.:p

    I've installed build 3344 and so far so good for me, stable:thumb: and speedy ! :D
     
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    I can't wait for it. :)
     
  6. quintile

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    I can't wait either, there's such a difference from 10.10 on windows.
    My linux partition is really jealous of my XP partition... :D
     
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    i downloaded this from majorgeeks,well it run fstaer to me.
    but when checking the taskmanager i see 3 dllhostfile [i think is the name-extension] and another one name like tcrp..
    well i remember that last time i downloaded adobe flash player it also added adobe download manager and added a dllhost file in taskmanager..i had to go with previous adobe flash player.
    well guys di you noticed this?..
    i completly uninstalled opera already and these 3 are gone now.
     
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    I haven't noticed any strange files myself. I did have some strange issue with Windows Installer not being able to be accessed when I tried to install this snapshot, then again when I reverted back to 10.51, both using the msi files. However, upon a reboot and a quick CCleaner run, it 10.52 installed flawlessly. It seems to me this build runs faster than 10.51. I personally had some slowness with 10.51 that is now gone. I'm running 10.52 happily and will likely keep it. Thanks for keeping us informed.
     
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    where did you download it from...link
     
  10. acuariano

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    from the link on top.free avira detected as a trojan...
     
  11. dw426

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    I got it from the blog post. Neither Prevx nor Avast spoke up.
     
  12. acuariano

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    strange..and like i said after installing opera it came with 2 dllhost.
     
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    Why don't you enjoy the beta 10.52 for now with your linux, I run it day and night and it has no stability issues, best of all since its independent of qt and gtk, it looks phenomenally good integrating well with your desktop theme.
     
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    Quote from Opera forum :

    "As far as I can see, no more opened ports with 3344
    Take a look if Unite is enabled by default. Uncheck it in case it is.
    (after disabling opera:config#UserPrefs|EnableUnite)"

    :thumb: Thank you ! Didn't knew that.:oops:

    I've now disabled Unite and feeling better than ever.:D
     
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    Already had it disabled on my client. Another present to enjoy when they release 10.52
     
  17. dw426

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    Well, it's good Opera fixed that, but man, Opera has gone weird on me after quite some time of great performance. Is anyone else getting asked to turn on Turbo because of a slow network? My network is fine and Opera is loading pages in a blink. I'm also just in the last couple of hours getting crash after crash, anyone else? My security setup hasn't changed since I installed this version, so I don't know what got into Opera all of a sudden.
     
  18. nanana1

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    Nope. Doing great here. :cool:
     
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    Turn off Opera turbo insead of keeping it on automatic.
     
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    It is off actually. I just went and checked. I don't know what all that was about. I ran CCleaner and ran Opera again and, so far, it's working okay.
     
  22. linuxforall

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    No issues here on Linux or Win here.
     
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    It seems to be behaving itself, crossing my fingers. For a bit there I was thinking, "Oh man, not again!". I have always had issues with Opera crashing, doing weird things, way back since, geez, maybe version 7? I ended up figuring poor Opera was cursed being around me. I've never hated Opera, I just got so frustrated with past issues. That's why I was happy this version was working beautifully...until that started happening, lol. Anyway, for the time being I'm happy as a clam with it :thumb:
     
  24. linuxforall

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    Most curses come from the dreaded flash file, always a good idea to delete all flash related stuff like dll and other files from plugin folder and reinstall flash, that usually solves the issue.
     
  25. Zeena

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    Hi :)

    I'm still using Opera 10.51

    Re: *
    I got that about 2 weeks ago o_O
    Completely out of the blue.. Didn't know what to do o_O
    Asked on the Opera forum - & - Was told to...
    So!
    That's what I did ;)
     
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