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  • SandBox

    Opera Browser Wiki - RecentChanges
    22 Apr 2014 | 9:43 am
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  • Verizon Fios Has Fantastic Things To Supply In 2009

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    admin
    23 Apr 2014 | 1:36 am
    Verizon FiOS TV service can give you all the fun and excitement of seeing a movie in the theater, but you can see as many movies as you want every month, whenever you want. Going to movies has gotten expensive. You can expect to pay more than for an evening out at the movies if you go with a spouse or loved one, and more if you take the kids. The one DVR can record a movie while the family watches TV, then you can set it up at a later date to play the movie in any room in the house. This will save you a lot of money because you only have to have one DVR. You will be able to watch 3 different…
  • A New Dev.Opera

    Dev.Opera
    Andreas Bovens
    21 Apr 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Today, we’re happy to release a new, totally fresh version of Dev.Opera. Before we started the refactoring process, we decided we wanted to go for a site that puts good article content in the spotlight (without too much visual noise in the margins), is lightweight with great performance, and makes use of GitHub’s pull request feature for new article submissions and site updates. And 1200+ commits later, this is what we ended up with: flat-file content management with Jekyll Sass for styles highlight.js for code snippet highlighting Grunt for easy development and deployment Google CSE…
  • Opera Next update – 21.0.1432.48

    Opera Desktop
    Mateusz Madej
    24 Apr 2014 | 2:24 am
    Hello, We’re updating Opera Next to 21.0.1432.48 today. This update contains stabilization fixes and new set of translated strings. Opera 21 is on its way to become Final version. We invite you to try this Opera Next update and to join this blog post’s discussion by leaving a comment Downloads Opera Next netinstaller for Windows Opera Next for Mac Opera Next for Windows Full changelog
  • Download Opera 12.17

    Web Browser News and Reviews
    Vygantas
    24 Apr 2014 | 12:26 pm
    Windows only. If you’ve been rocking Opera 12.x (myself included) and see no need to upgrade till a proper replacement is introduced then today you have a reason to celebrate. How so? Well, there is a new (and probably) last update in town, which fixes two security issues. One is related to the recently discovered […]
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    Opera Browser Wiki - RecentChanges

  • SandBox

    22 Apr 2014 | 9:43 am
    On Tue, 22 Apr 2014 at 16:43 GMT, SandBox was edited by 37.228.104.214:
  • CustomButtons

    26 Feb 2014 | 8:48 pm
    On Thu, 27 Feb 2014 at 04:48 GMT, CustomButtons was edited by ButoIjoh:
  • FixedMenus

    25 Feb 2014 | 2:25 am
    On Tue, 25 Feb 2014 at 10:25 GMT, FixedMenus was edited by ButoIjoh:
  • OperaInnovations

    24 Feb 2014 | 12:54 am
    On Mon, 24 Feb 2014 at 08:54 GMT, OperaInnovations was edited by DomTheo:
  • MigratingSettings

    24 Feb 2014 | 12:53 am
    On Mon, 24 Feb 2014 at 08:53 GMT, MigratingSettings was edited by DomTheo:
 
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  • Verizon Fios Has Fantastic Things To Supply In 2009

    admin
    23 Apr 2014 | 1:36 am
    Verizon FiOS TV service can give you all the fun and excitement of seeing a movie in the theater, but you can see as many movies as you want every month, whenever you want. Going to movies has gotten expensive. You can expect to pay more than for an evening out at the movies if you go with a spouse or loved one, and more if you take the kids. The one DVR can record a movie while the family watches TV, then you can set it up at a later date to play the movie in any room in the house. This will save you a lot of money because you only have to have one DVR. You will be able to watch 3 different…
  • Report/Apple Shop Builderwhy Is Apple Shop Successful

    admin
    20 Apr 2014 | 9:32 am
    In these days’s retail marketplace it is critically important to consider advantage of each marketing and advertising chance available. While some choices cost a fantastic deal of money, other people need only a small upfront expense. Shop signage is 1 of those choices that require a small upfront investment. However much of your signage contributes to sales for months and years. Be sure to check about local guidelines and regulation related with business signage before you start creating your plans. In this post I present the first 5 of 10 shop signage choices when opening a greenback…
  • Beauty Operation In Bahrain Linked Content Articles

    admin
    16 Apr 2014 | 12:40 pm
    What if I want a smaller cosmetic surgical treatment that, when done, will not only assistance me glance far better but make me sense much better? What comes about if I have this surgical procedures, appear excellent and sense much better, and then men and women say some cruel factors? Will the benefits and added benefits of my plastic surgical treatment be sufficient to outweigh the damaging reviews? Most sufferers pick out to finance their technique as a result of the surgeons place of work. Plastic surgeons are frequently in a position to do the job out a payment plan with people,…
  • Tips On Getting Funeral Insurance

    admin
    16 Apr 2014 | 10:32 am
    Nobody likes to talk about this subject. In fact, we do everything we can to avoid talking about it. Why? Eventually, we are all going to die and death is inevitable. The past had betrayed him and he wasn’t about to apologize for his actions. They were validated and now that his mother was gone, no one was left to understand the sacrifice he had made and the commitment that followed. Vinny loved him and would do anything for him, but he didn’t understand the complexities. As for Paul, the two brothers had come to terms with their relationship the night before. As you age you start…
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    Dev.Opera

  • A New Dev.Opera

    Andreas Bovens
    21 Apr 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Today, we’re happy to release a new, totally fresh version of Dev.Opera. Before we started the refactoring process, we decided we wanted to go for a site that puts good article content in the spotlight (without too much visual noise in the margins), is lightweight with great performance, and makes use of GitHub’s pull request feature for new article submissions and site updates. And 1200+ commits later, this is what we ended up with: flat-file content management with Jekyll Sass for styles highlight.js for code snippet highlighting Grunt for easy development and deployment Google CSE…
  • Happy first birthday to Blink

    Bruce Lawson
    2 Apr 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Twelve months ago today, I stayed up past my bedtime to blog about the new rendering engine, Blink, being forked from WebKit. As it’s Blink’s first birthday, let’s take a brief look at where we’ve got to. On day one, I quoted Opera’s Head of Web Technology, Lars Erik Bolstad (my boss’ boss) saying “Our ambition is to contribute Opera’s browser engine expertise to Blink, ranging from the implementation of new web standards to improvements in existing code”. In the last twelve months, Opera has committed many bug-fixes and standards enhancements to Blink, as well as to…
  • Introducing the world’s most useless extension

    Andreas Bovens
    31 Mar 2014 | 3:00 pm
    As enthusiastic fans of this brilliant machine, we thought it was time for a tribute in the form of a browser extension. So, without further ado, we’re proud to introduce the world’s most useless extension for your daily use and enjoyment. If you’re interested in checking out the source, we’ve published all files on GitHub.
  • Removing from the Web platform

    Mathias Bynens
    26 Mar 2014 | 4:00 pm
    The Blink team is looking to remove support for the showModalDialog() API. Following the initial announcement, there’s been a lot of confusion. This post explains what showModalDialog is, why it’s being removed, and what the consequences are for web developers. What is showModalDialog? The global showModalDialog() method displays a modal dialog box containing a specified HTML document. In this sense, it seems similar to a pop-up window, but there are a few differences. Let’s say document A calls showModalDialog to display document B in a modal dialog box. As soon as that happens,…
  • Practical application and usage of the W3C Device Orientation API

    Rich Tibbett
    25 Mar 2014 | 4:00 pm
    Contents Introduction Our coordinate system revisited Limitations of using Euler angles Practical considerations for using device orientation in web applications Avoiding gimbal lock Screen orientation World orientation Conversion to alternate device orientation representations Using Rotation Matrices Using Quaternions Example: An orientation-aware virtual reality viewer Cross browser compatibility Summary Introduction The W3C Device Orientation specification allows developers to plug in and use a device’s gyroscope and accelerometer data. Such capabilities could be used to build virtual…
 
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    Opera Desktop

  • Opera Next update – 21.0.1432.48

    Mateusz Madej
    24 Apr 2014 | 2:24 am
    Hello, We’re updating Opera Next to 21.0.1432.48 today. This update contains stabilization fixes and new set of translated strings. Opera 21 is on its way to become Final version. We invite you to try this Opera Next update and to join this blog post’s discussion by leaving a comment Downloads Opera Next netinstaller for Windows Opera Next for Mac Opera Next for Windows Full changelog
  • Opera Developer 22.0.1471.5 update

    amilaszewska
    23 Apr 2014 | 6:03 am
    Welcome back after Easter break, We’re updating Opera Developer to 22.0.1471.5. Inside you can find few bugfixes. We’re really happy with all the feedback we get from you. So go ahead and join the discussion by replying to this post. Good luck with testing Opera Developer! Downloads Opera Developer netinstaller for Windows Opera Developer for Windows Opera Developer for Mac Full changelog
  • Opera 12.17 out

    Sigbjørn Vik
    23 Apr 2014 | 3:58 am
    Hi all users of Opera 12, Though I have been a long time in Opera, this is my first blog post for the Desktop team. I normally write over at the Security blog, but since this Opera update is purely about deep security layers, I figure it is time to try something new But before I can tell you about the security fixes, there is the mandatory weather update. Since a picture says more than a thousand words, here is one with today’s view from the Desktop wing (note the guy sunbathing in the middle). As discussed in our blog post about Heartbleed, the standalone autoupdater for Opera 12 on…
  • Opera Next update – 21.0.1432.39

    Mateusz Madej
    10 Apr 2014 | 5:50 am
    Hello, We’re updating Opera Next to 21.0.1432.39. Inside you can find few bugfixes. Opera will now scale with screens that use 200% DPI setting in Windows. You can check full list of fixes in the changelog. Be sure to try it out and share your thoughts with us. Highlights Opera will scale with 200% DPI screens Downloads Opera Next netinstaller for Windows Opera Next for Mac Opera Next for Windows Full changelog
  • Opera Developer 22.0.1460.0, now easier to update than ever

    Julien Picalausa
    3 Apr 2014 | 1:39 am
    There comes the first Opera 22 update that will benefit from the new silent update process on windows. You should be upgraded to it automatically, without even a UAC prompt. In addition, to make the autoupdating even smoother, the autoupdate packages will now be sent to you in the form of a patch instead of a full package, whenever possible. This will hopefully help those of you who pay per Mb downloaded or those who have a strict monthly download quota, In addition to this, this build also contain a few bug fixes and crash fixes. See the changelog for the full list. For those of you who are…
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    Web Browser News and Reviews

  • Download Opera 12.17

    Vygantas
    24 Apr 2014 | 12:26 pm
    Windows only. If you’ve been rocking Opera 12.x (myself included) and see no need to upgrade till a proper replacement is introduced then today you have a reason to celebrate. How so? Well, there is a new (and probably) last update in town, which fixes two security issues. One is related to the recently discovered […]
  • Opera For Android Updated

    Vygantas
    23 Apr 2014 | 1:22 pm
    Fixes annoying password manager book. Finally, a new version for all you Opera users out there. With the recently released browser build for Android, guys at Opera have included a couple of new features as well as welcomed password manager fix, which will no longer fail to suggest saved passwords for many sites. As far […]
  • Chrome OS To Include Easy Unlock Feature

    Vygantas
    22 Apr 2014 | 2:17 pm
    Thieves can’t hold their excitement. Now here is something pretty awesome and convenient. The recently rolled out developer preview build of Chrome OS includes an “Easy Unlock” feature, which will allow you to unlock Chromebook by simply placing your [Android] smartphone nearby. As of now, it’s disabled by default and enabling does nothing but show […]
  • Motorola Solutions & Microsoft Sign Chrome OS / Android Licensing Agreement

    Vygantas
    21 Apr 2014 | 11:36 am
    Just when Google is no longer involved. Just a few weeks ago, Microsoft has signed a Chrome OS licensing deal with Dell and now it looks like Motorola Solutions is next on the list. According to the recent press release, a patent agreement has been signed between two companies. However, the terms (as usual) were […]
  • Surfy For Windows Phone Updated

    Vygantas
    18 Apr 2014 | 2:17 am
    Microsoft grants Outcoder restricted capabilities in order to allow SD card support. Recently, a new version of popular web browser for Windows Phone has been released, bringing a couple of new features as well as expected bug fixes and various enhancements. So what else is new? Well, according to the changelog, Surfy 3.9 now allows […]
 
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  • gerv: Cancer Update

    gerv
    24 Apr 2014 | 3:07 am
    Last November, and again this month, I had CT scans, and it turns out my cancer (Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma) has been growing. (If you haven’t known me for long and didn’t know I have cancer, the timeline and in particular the video might be a useful introduction.) I now have lumps of significant size – 2cm or larger – in both of my lungs and in my liver. It has also spread to the space between the lung and the chest wall. It normally doesn’t cause much bother there, but it can bind the lung to the wall and cause breathing pain. For the last 14 years, we have been following primarily…
  • Daniel Stenberg: Wireshark dissector work

    Daniel Stenberg
    24 Apr 2014 | 12:05 am
    Recently I cloned the Wireshark git repository and started updating the http2 dissector. That’s the piece of code that gets called to analyze a stream of data that Wireshark thinks is http2. The current http2 dissector was left at draft-09 state, while the current draft at the time was number 11 and there have been several changes on the binary format since so any reasonably updated client or server would send or receive byte streams that Wireshark couldn’t properly display. I never wrote any dissector code before but I must say Wireshark didn’t disappoint. It was straight forward and…
  • Armen Zambrano G.: Gaia code changes and how the trickle-down into Mozilla's RelEng CI

    Armen Zambrano G.
    23 Apr 2014 | 12:32 pm
    Too long; did not read: In our pushes' monthly report we more or less count all Gaia commits through the B2G-Inbound repository.For the last few months, I've been creatingreports about the pushes to the tbpl trees and I had to add some disclaimers about the code pushes to the Gaia repositories. I've decided to write the disclaimer in here and simply put a hyperlink to this post.Contributions to the Gaia repositories are done through GitHub and are run through the Travis CI (rather than through the Release Engineering infrastructure). However, independently from the Travis CI,…
  • elvis314: Vaibhav has a blog- a perspective of a new Mozilla hacker

    elvis314
    23 Apr 2014 | 9:37 am
    As I mentioned earlier in this year, I have had the pleasure of working with Vaibhav.  Now that time has passed he continues to contribute to Mozilla, and he will be participating this year in Google Summer of Code with Mozilla.  I am excited.  He now has a blog- while there is only one post, he will be posting ~weekly with updates to his GSoC project and other fun topics.
  • Ed: Mr. AwesomeBar Runs for Congress

    Ed
    23 Apr 2014 | 8:00 am
    tl;dr The non-profit Mozilla changed the Internet by giving users choice and liberty. I, Ed Lee, want to build on that foundation to change how politics works in 2 ways: 1) get rid of politicians who focus on money and forget about voters and 2) change how politics is won by showing you can win without spammy advertisements that track tons of data about people. The Internet helped Mozilla take on “unbeatable” opponents, and I need your help to do the same. I became a Mozillian 10 years ago. I found my passion helping people through Mozilla, a non-profit that promotes user choice and…
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  • This Week In Web Browsers: 4/15 - 4/21

    22 Apr 2014 | 4:16 am
    A rather slow week was highlighted by the release of more browser-based Heartbleed tools... NTT Launches Browser-to-Browser Chatroom with Avatars (PCWorld) App and Browser Plugin Check for Heartbleed (Tom's Guide) Netcraft ...Read Full Post
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    14 Apr 2014 | 4:35 am
    This week's top stories include two new Chrome releases, a browser-based game centered around embattled Toronto mayor Rob Ford, a Firefox add-on that checks for the Heartbleed vulnerability, ...Read Full Post
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    31 Mar 2014 | 4:42 am
    Attempting to understand tech-speak can have you feverishly scratching your head in frustration. Trying to decipher these mysterious acronyms and terms without a helping hand is no fun at ...Read Full Post
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    31 Mar 2014 | 3:01 am
    On this final day of March, let's prepare to say goodbye to winter and take a look back at the past ...Read Full Post
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    31 Mar 2014 | 2:53 am
    March's final week included rumors of Chrome coming to the Windows Phone platform, the release of Maxthon for Linux users, a profile of Mozilla's new CEO, Tor's sudden popularity ...Read Full Post
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