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  • The Opera 74.0.3911.75 has been promoted to the stable channel ;-)
    The change log.
     
    This introduces a new feature to save memory - the Tab Snoozing
    The tabs you are not actively using will pause, so as not to use up your computer’s memory. Each tab will become active again, when you return to it.
    It can be turned off in Settings > User Interface (opera://settings/userInterface) under "Snooze inactive tabs to save memory".
     
    New Opera's flags:
    - #easy-files-more-files - enabled by default (ready to use)
    Show all downloads in Easy Files.

    - #native-chrome-webstore-installation - disabled by default (still needs some work)
    Allows to install Chrome extensions without Opera's add-on.

    Removed flags: #unified-popups and #views-addressfield.
     
    Chromium is updated to version 88.0.4324.104, that includes a lot of important security fixes.
     
    You can find more details about news in this update in the blog post.
     
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  • New update - 74.0.3911.107 ;-)
     
    Some changes, fixes and improvements:
    - DNA-90818 Only 3 recently closed tabs are shown in the search mode.
    - DNA-90991 Opera doesn’t show version and ‘Relaunch’ button despite update is ready.
    - DNA-91276 Sidebar setup won't open.
    - DNA-91163 [Win] “URL navigation filters” sub-page doesn’t react to actions.
    - Two crash fixes - more info in the change log.
     
    New Opera's flag (in stable channel) #search-tabs-open-tabs-on-top - enabled by default (ready to use)
    Show open tabs before recently closed tabs, if and only if search query in "Search Tabs" is non-empty.
    You can find more info about it in the blog post.
     
    Chromium is updated to version 88.0.4324.150, which is also a security update.
     
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  • New update - 74.0.3911.160 ;-)
    The change log and the blog post.
     
    Some changes, fixes and improvements:
    - DNA-90720 [Search Tabs] allow discarding recently closed items.
    - DNA-91225 [Search tabs] the webpage doesn’t move from “Open tabs” to “Recently closed” section.
    - DNA-91516 Sidebar setup opens only with cashback enabled.
    - DNA-91601 No text in 1st line of address bar dropdown suggestions.
     
    New Opera's flag #cashback (since version .139) - disabled by default (still needs some work)
    Dify Cashback support integrated with smart shopping.
     
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  • @l33t4opera comment section is still broken, can't post.
    https://forums.opera.com/post/243414

  • Hi @andrew84, it seems to be working now, right?
    In the future, when such problems occur (issues with the forums/blog), you can ask for help in a comment on the blog or send a direct message to either @amatczak or @gmiazga - I think they both will be able to solve it. I myself can only do the same, since I'm not an Opera's employee.

  • @l33t4opera yes, it was fixed.

  • New update - 74.0.3911.203 ;-)
    The change log and the blog post.
     
    Some changes, fixes and improvements:
    - DNA-90974 Crash at opera::PersistentRecentlyClosedWindows::GetEntryType(SessionID).
    - DNA-91289 [Search tabs] wrong tab stays highlighted after removing another tab.
    - DNA-91740 Missing title in the Extensions Toolbar Menu.
     
    Chromium is updated to version 88.0.4324.182, which is also a security update.
     
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  • New update - 74.0.3911.218 and the blog post ;-)
    It includes two crash fixes - you can find more info in the change log.
     
    Chromium is updated to version 88.0.4324.192.
     
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  • @l33t4opera Notice that the original blog post (for 74.0.3911.203) was simply edited after 74.0.3911.218 release and almost all the comments are related to previous release.

  • @andrew84 Yes, I noticed it later after I added post about new version. I think doing like that is a mistake and quite misleading.
    For example: someone adds a post in old topic and leave the blog, then when he's back "surprise", his post is magically placed under new topic.
    Another example: someone else reads already modified version of the topic and wonder, for God's sake why someone would post information about new Opera's version under the topic about it :-)
    The rest of the people who added posts in the old topic, might also be surprised.