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New Opera stable 54

  • The Opera 54.0.2952.41 has been promoted to the stable channel ;-)

    The change log, and the announcement.

     
    "Opera 54 arrives today with News on Speed Dial, which delivers the latest headlines from countries, and languages of your choice, directly to your browser’s start page.

    There's also a new menu page, called "Update and Recovery" to help simplify browser's update, and recovery processes.
     

     
    News on Speed Dial

    Catching up on the latest global, and local news has just become easier. Thanks to it, fifty news articles will be shown below your regular Speed Dial folders. Clicking on an article will open the story in a new tab. You can read the news in languages of your choosing.

    Multiple categories can be selected, to filter the content you wish to see on your Speed Dial. Categories include: arts, business, entertainment, food, health, lifestyle, living, motoring, news, science, sports, technology and travel. More than 40 country and language sources are available, and you can also select more than one, to receive a variety of news content.

    Selecting categories, countries and languages can be done from the top menu bar, above the news articles in Speed Dial.

    For a more personalized news feed, go to the "Personal News" page, that is accessible from the sidebar in Opera’s start page. This feature, introduced in Opera 39, allows you to customize individual web sources and pages, in addition to languages and countries.

    For more news content options in Opera, go to Settings (Preferences on Mac).

     
    Update and Recovery section in the menu

    Updating, and recovering your browser and its settings, have been made more visible and easier to access, with the new "Update and Recovery" menu page. To go to this page, click on the O Menu button (for Windows, or Linux users), or click Opera in the menu bar (for Mac users).

    You can see the current version number of your browser under Update. Click the Check for update button in this menu, to scan for a new version of the browser. If a new version is available, the Update button will appear.

    From time to time, Opera may slow down because it is cluttered with too much browsing data. Also, you may have unknowingly changed some settings, which can affect your browsing experience. Resetting your browser may help you fix these issues.

    In the past, users had to perform a number of tasks to retain, and restore preferences before the browser reset. With a single click of a button, you can start Opera anew, while keeping the important stuff.

    Click the Recovery… button to choose a reset option:
    - Keep my data and only reset Opera settings: this will change your search engines to their default (most likely Google), remove pinned tabs, disable extensions, and clear temporary data such as cookies. Your bookmarks, history and saved passwords will not be cleared.
    - Reset all your data, and Opera settings: both the Settings in Opera, and your browsing data will be reset and cleared, giving you a completely clean Opera."

     
    The Chromium has been updated to version 67.0.3396.87.

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  • New update - Opera stable 54.0.2952.46 ;-)
    The change log, and the announcement.

    "We appreciate your feedback about the bookmarks bar. We decided to make some modifications, to prevent unexpected changes to your bookmarks bar. Now, if you have manually turned off the bookmarks bar before, or have removed the suggested bookmark links, the preloaded bookmarks won’t appear again.

    If your bookmarks bar is still experiencing unexpected changes, please file a bug report so we can fix the problem for all users."

    Important fixes:
    - DNA-70741 [Linux] Preloading video libraries broken*.
    - Too much space on top of the Speed Dial page.

    * There should be no need to overwrite the libffmpeg.so in the Opera's installation root. To be able to replay the H.264 videos, install the appropriate libffmpeg pkg, or add a new subfolder "lib_extra" in the installation root, and extract the lib there.

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  • New update - Opera stable 54.0.2952.51 ;-)
    The change log, and the announcement.

    "Today’s Opera 54 update is for the context menu for news articles on your Speed Dial. You will now see the correct menu – with options to open in a new tab, window, private window, to edit or to move to the trash – when you right-click, or Ctrl-click an article.

    We are also pushing a fix for a crash which occurs, when tab is detached while still loading content."

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  • New update - Opera stable 54.0.2952.54 ;-)
    The change log, and the announcement.

    "This week’s Opera 54 stable update contains a bunch of fixes. For example, the fix for Linux users for double page navigation, when using mouse backward/forward buttons."

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  • New update - Opera stable 54.0.2952.60 ;-)
    The change log, and the announcement.
     
    "Today’s update contains a fix for the crash related to managing, or disabling the Ad-blocker blacklist. Handling the list should no longer cause Opera to crash."
     
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  • New update - Opera stable 54.0.2952.64 ;-)
    The change log, and the announcement.

    "Since today’s update you should no longer receive previously removed Speed Dials on your Start page. If this problem still persist for you, please let us know.

    You could see an error with the last update on About page. It’s also fixed now."

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  • New update - Opera stable 54.0.2952.71 ;-)
    The change log, and the announcement.

    "Since we’ve released Snap packages for Linux users last week, it’s worth mentioning that from now on Canonical is also providing the FFmpeg codec in their Snap store. This should give you the best experience when opening any media."

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