Opera --> New Stable Version Released!

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  1. mantra

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    hi
    thanks
    i found rocket gesture & Advanced keyboard shortcuts , did not about them
     
  2. blacknight

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    Coul someone post an image of the Bookmarks Bar ? Thanks.
     
  3. mantra

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    hi
    i created a folder with several bookmars inside

    http://i.imgur.com/Gu4inBd.png
     
  4. Victek

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    I think you meant "rocker" gestures, which use the mouse buttons for forward and back page navigation. It would be cool if they had "rocket" gestures too :) :thumb:
     
  5. gerardwil

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    sure, here is one
     

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  6. DoctorPC

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    I cannot believe they had the audacity to remove the bookmark bar to begin with.. I also cannot believe they have the audacity to not allow you to make default a different, and more secure search engine. Also, Opera dials home WAY too much - even with everything off. (like every 2 minutes it hits a few phone homes) I found it crash prone, and at times a CPU murdering browser. Even so, I like it - but it needs more work.

    Just switched to Palemoon today, it's faster, and seems more stable, and I get all of the goodies I want back without hassles.
     
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  7. blacknight

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    Thanks for the image - good idea ! :thumb:
     
  8. blacknight

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    Thanks to you too. ;)
     
  9. BoerenkoolMetWorst

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    There is a new minor update:
    http://blogs.opera.com/desktop/2014/01/o19-auto-update-is-back/#content
     
  10. chrome_sturmen

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    all the customization features that existed in opera 12 and backwards are gone in 15 and up right?
     
  11. rpsgc

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    Pretty much, yes.
     
  12. chrome_sturmen

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    reckon i'll stay with 12 as long as i can get by with it then - i can't go back to a standard vanilla browser after becoming skilled at using opera for years the way i've customized it.

    do even mouse gestures exist in 15 and up?
     
  13. rpsgc

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    Yes, but not all of them. Some are still missing (like "Open a copy in a background tab").

    You should still try it, the installer lets you do a stand-alone installation.
     
  14. BoerenkoolMetWorst

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    Version 19.0.1326.59 released, using a newer version of Chromium. That newer version has bugfixes and security updates:
     
  15. BoerenkoolMetWorst

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    New minor update:
    blogs.opera.com/desktop/2014/02/19-stable-update/
     
  16. rdsu

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    I'm just waiting for full bookmark features...
     
  17. blacknight

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    The same for all us.
     
  18. Banzi

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    I think that those waiting for full bookmark manager support with Opera are gonna have a long wait, there have been numerous builds & at least over 30 updates in total for all the builds before they added back the bookmark bar.

    As I said before I don't think the devs are listening or give a toss :(
     
  19. andyman35

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    It's a little odd,given the strength of feeling around various forums,the lack of a "proper" bookmarks functionality still.:doubt:
     
  20. Kirk Reynolds

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    Well there's only one direction for them...up. So I suppose the devs not listening isn't doing them much damage anyway. :D
     
  21. Night_Raven

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    And I still don't understand why they don't add this feature. What would they lose by doing it? Why are they so stubborn? It's like a kid throwing a tantrum without any real reason.
     
  22. Saraceno

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    Best browser I've used...this latest version is excellent, stable, quick, extensions are useful (no reboot needed).

    Love it.:thumb: :thumb:
     
  23. Rasheed187

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    I've checked out Opera v19, and it's still a complete joke. :gack:

    I'm sticking with Opera v12, one of the best browsers ever made. :thumb:
     
  24. mantra

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    opera 20.0.1387.64 is out

    changelog _http://blogs.opera.com/desktop/changelog20/#b1387.59
     
  25. rpsgc

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    There's nothing there. Did they remove it or did you jump the gun?

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    It's been uploaded to their servers though.
    ftp://ftp.opera.com/pub/opera/desktop/20.0.1387.64/win/

    I guess they're still preparing the news/blog post or they found out something bad.
     
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