Opera 11.10 codenamed "Barracuda"

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  1. mantra

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  2. Pliskin

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    And this is the best portable version:
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    mantra, beauty is in the eye of the beholder ;) , however, here is John T. Haller's explanation: Entirely Different.
     
  4. korben

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    Download Opera 11.11 Build 2109 Final for Windows [en]

    --http://get7.opera.com/pub/opera/win/1111/en/Opera_1111_en_Setup.exe--
     
  5. Hungry Man

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    Gotta remove the --'s for it to work

    trying it out
     
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    Ermm ... I've just installed 11.10 on my desktop & it claims to be up to date.
     
  7. vasa1

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    Maybe has to do with the "channel"? If you're on the stable channel, you may not see updates whereas those on beta or dev may?
     
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    Yeah, I'll stick with stable I think. :cool:
     
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    Did they forget the hardware acceleration? I really wanted to see it. I'm not sure how some speed dial improvements warrants a bump up to .5 but ok.
     
  11. vasa1

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    I've seen the same thing for Firefox and Chrome. Why do people question the version increments? It just is so shallow.
     
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    Considering they add major features/changes it's quite justified. It's not "we prettied up a small part of the browser that some people may not even use" a la Opera.
     
  13. vasa1

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    Or maybe we just don't like Opera?
     
  14. elapsed

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    Making assumptions are we now? You know how much you hate that being done to you. :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
     
  15. vasa1

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    I was being polite. Both posts were trash-talking Opera's versioning.
     
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    You seriously need a re-think of what trash talking is if you think criticizing the lack of hardware acceleration and versioning comes under that. :ouch:
     
  17. korben

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    What to do to get rid of this?
     

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    korben, I don't believe there is a method to remove the Tool Tip, when you hover over a Tab (at least I have not found it).

    If the Tool Tip visually sticks, hovering over a link, or above the toolbar, makes it go away.
     
  19. korben

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    JRViejo, thanks for making it clear to me! One and only irritating thingie from my beloved Opera 11 wink
     
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    korben, you're welcome! Take care.
     
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