Opera 9.5 Beta, Weekly Build

By | November 20, 2007 | 0 Comments


Opera 9.5 BetaEveryone is working on their web browsers (weapons) in order to win web browsers war. Opera team is doing that as well… Recently they have updated us with one more weekly release. By the way, this version supports MathML (read more about it). Let’s go straight to the changelog and check what’s new in it.

New features

  • Added MathML support
  • Added support for the XSLT document() function
  • New and improved mail authentication dialog
  • New nice icon for mail whose body isn’t downloaded
  • Bugs fixed

  • Fixed a bad crasher that occurred on a lot of sites when closing a tab
  • Again possible to open directories directly without file://localhost/ in front
  • Fixes to pre and code font sizes
  • Fixed top links in gmail
  • Fit to width now works even if the window is larger than 1600px
  • getters and setters are now prototypable in node interfaces
  • getSeconds() no longer returns -1

  • Hovering input/radio buttons on websites now shows the normal cursor again
  • Several Opera Link bugs squashed
  • A bunch of XPATH fixes
  • A bunch of XSLT fixes
  • Mac specific

  • Moved close button on tabs to the left hand side
  • UNIX specific

  • It is now possible to choose what open/save dialog type to use. Configure here 0=auto, 1=QT, 2=GTK.
  • Known issues

  • UNIX: Speed dial config dialog has an ugly shadow
  • UNIX: Dragging images turns them grey
  • UNIX: Can’t connect to IRC
  • UNIX: Downloading torrents can exhaust memory and uses 100% CPU
  • Sometimes crashes on exit
  • Some images don’t load fully
  • Download Opera 9.5 for Windows (Build 9656)
    Download Opera 9.5 for Windows (Classic Installer) (Build 9656)
    Download Opera 9.5 for Macintosh (Build 4544)
    Download Opera 9.5 for UNIX (Build 1669)

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    Vygantas is a former web designer whose projects are used by companies such as AMD, NVIDIA and departed Westood Studios. Being passionate about software, Vygantas began his journalism career back in 2007 when he founded FavBrowser.com. Having said that, he is also an adrenaline junkie who enjoys good books, fitness activities and Forex trading.