Opera 10.60 for linux released

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  1. mack_guy911

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    I wasn't aware that AVG's Web Threat Data Feed has been integrated in Opera 10.60. What do you think of it ?

    http://www.h-online.com/security/ne...rates-AVG-s-Web-Threat-Data-Feed-1031862.html
     
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    thanks for sharing that ocky even i didnt aware of that as well

    some how i find trouble with opera 10.60 strange its crashes a lot and buttons and few tabs of my astaro security gateway dont work in opera 10.60 while they working fine with opera 10.10 is any one facing problems with tab or button with opera
     
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    I agree it's not 100% as yet. for instance the status bar always disappears after setting it, closing and then launching Opera again. I have moved it to the top as a result.
    Try opera -pd /tmp/test_opera and see if your problems are still present. Run in terminal - it's just to test Opera and won't interfere with your installed version.
     
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    Ocky are you still getting the nsplugin error messages on dmesg?
     
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    No, the error messages are gone after I did what you advised. The only plugin paths I now have are:-

    /usr/lib/flashplugin-installer:/usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun-1.6.0.20/jre/lib/amd64:/usr/lib/opera/plugins

    :)
     
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    Is your Java working?
     
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    Yes, java works well - no probs. Only sun java will work, openjdk does not work. I removed it.

    PS... Plse. check my post at Opera forums. http://my.opera.com/community/forums/topic.dml?id=637112
    Do you have the same re. status bar etc. ?
     
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    Yes Open JDK used to work with older 10.10 Opera but not with this, actually Sun Java works faster and better.
     
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    I found this simple skin, called (surprise), Simple, and find it nice for 10.60.
    My status bar is on top hence the space between toolbar and tabs. The + should be moved further to the right .... otherwise very lightweight skin.

    BTW. 10.70 snapshot is available.

    Simple Skin.png
     
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    Btw, too many aw snaps with Google Chrome Stable on Ubuntu, I switched to Kubuntu and Opera doesn't give those nsplugin errors anymore, whats more, it just rocks, even basic ubuntugeek pages were sending Chrome to aw snaps, Opera just runs beautifully here, Chrome is and always will remain my alternate browser and it does that job well.
     
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