Opera 9.20 beta

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  1. ronjor

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    By far, the best browser on Earth... ;)
     
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    I thought that the beta has been out for some time already. Is this a release candidate?
     
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    They applied some security fixes and added speed dial to this latest version of the beta.
     
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    Hi ronjor. :)

    Yes, apparently it's build 8762. How can we estimate the release of the final? Are they using RC versions?

    EDIT: Checked that, no they're not, they skip that step and release the stable version at some point.
     
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    Unfortunately i haven't been able to use any version of Opera after 8.54 for various reasons so i'm hoping 9.20 will be the one. :cautious: :D




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    Same here, I could not use any other version on Windows. However on Linux 9.10 is running just fine :)
     
  8. rdsu

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    I run all the previous versions and current beta without problems...
     
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    Although it does have some nice features (Fit to width, Instant Back/forward), I´d still beg to differ. There is so much stuff that it can´t do, or at least not in an easy way. But to each his own, I guess. ;)
     
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    Same here. :cool:
    Never had any problem with those beta's and version 8767 runs great. :cool:
    Speed dial was already present in the previous version, although I didn't see it immediately. :D
     
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    Like what?
     
  12. noduser

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    Yeah :thumb:
     
  13. EASTER.2010

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    I'm right there! I took on OPERA when everybody and their brother was flocking to FF, and who could blame them after getting hammered so many times by a bullet ridden IE browser.

    Almost immediately on discovery i fell head over heels for Opera. It proved so much quicker and was a delight to have changable features without a third-party soft to diddy things up.

    I have nothing against FF/Mozilla because i been there and done that too but Opera stole the show for this surfer.
     
  14. BrainWarp

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    I have been using opera sense it came out
     
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    I used FF for many months. Later I tried Opera and was really fascinated by its speed, lightness and so many built in features. I hardly use FF now.
     
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    same:D
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