Chinese takeover of Norway's Opera fails, alternative proposedNice to see how the US worries about our privacy.
O12 like links selectionWe want to bring back the O12 link selection: horizontal mouse movements: select text vertical mouse movements: drag link
Address bar speculative prerendererSo if you start the browser typing "nyt.com" every time, it will eventually learn that and load New York Times in the background. Also when you search for something, it will load the results likely to be clicked, in the background.
>OTTER BROWSER MASTER RACE REPORTING IN
Opera recently became aware that source code from our legacy browser engine, Presto, has appeared in some online code and file sharing sites. This code is the property of Opera Software and has been published illegally and without our permission. Opera has taken legal steps to have the source code removed from these sites.The snapshot of Presto engine code that has been published was used in Opera's browsers up until 2013. This code is not the complete source code for a modern web browser and has not been maintained for several years.[...]
Quote from: http://www.opera.com/blogs/security/2017/01/legacy-opera-presto-source-code-appearance-online-sharing-sites/The snapshot of Presto engine code that has been published was used in Opera's browsers up until 2013.
The snapshot of Presto engine code that has been published was used in Opera's browsers up until 2013.
SVG faviconsThis was actually added in Opera 44, but we missed to write about it!This might still be a bit rough in the edges, but in general SVG favicons should now work in Opera! (Not yet in Chromium.) To see this in action, check some of the WHATWG standards which use SVG favicons. Firefox also supports SVG favicons, and it was also supported in Presto-based Opera 12.
Opera now supports APNGs, or animated PNG files. These are similar to your regular GIFs, but smaller. APNG also supports 24-bit images and 8-bit transparency which help them maintain quality. This format has become quite popular recently, particularly since Apple adopted the APNG file format for iOS 10 iMessage apps. It's worth noting that APNG was also supported in Presto.
What do you mean by "support"? Just loading a link like this? Indeed I get a "client doesn't support feeds".
Page created in 0.078 seconds with 21 queries.