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  • Opera Coast 4.01 was launched today. The release was mainly bug fixes with the following public change log:

    Did you know that none of the dogs that played Lassie were actually females? Male dogs are much easier to train and don't lose their coats. Anyway, enough random trivia for today, we have a new version for you!

     Fixed some crashes when you shared stuff to social networks and some posting issues with services like Facebook Messenger, Odnoklassniki, and Kakaotalk
     Calmed down the app to prevent reloading pages when it shouldn't
     Tweaked Opera Turbo
     Bad-ass-ified sharing with a new icon, increased button hit areas, and other design tweaks
     Improved images and text for sharing, making the text fit a little nicer and making images look perfect for each of your social networks' feeds
     Popped out a new preview video for the App Store
     Fixed animated image downloads so they save properly to your camera roll
     Fixed some orientation issues when switching between landscape and portrait, including wallpaper suggestions, and home screen and status bar issues
     Sped up creating wallpapers from a long-press by utilizing the cache more efficiently
     Tweaked some issues to start up the app faster

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  • Some sites have blocked possibility to enlarge the page with JavaScript. This pages are still the same resolution, it is not possible to increase the detail. Chrome has this option. Is the problem this the script to blockt as a default setting in Coust too? This is the reason

  • ページリロードボタンを追加してください!!!!!!

  • Every ad on websites autoplay (fullscreen) for me which makes the browser completely useless.. how can I stop this?

  • The aim of Coast is to minimise the user interface, so only two buttons are ever-present on screen: a Home button that takes you to a home screen similar to the iOS home screen, with favourite and recently visited sites represent by icons, nine to a screen (swipe left to reveal more). This is also where you’ll find the unified Address and Search bar for locating more content.

    Recent sites are also accessible via a button in the bottom right-hand corner. Tap this and they’ll appear as thumbnails, with two further buttons to investigate: the ‘I’ button provides a safety rating for the site (Coast will also provide a more visible alert for sites it deems as unsafe), while the Share button lets you tweet, Facebook, Message, email or print the page, plus add it to your home screen as a favourite.
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