Opera 10.52 final for Mac is out!
By Chris Millschrismills. Friday, April 23, 2010 2:54:06 PM
Hello everybody! I think I can speak for all Mac users when I say that I am really glad to see the final version of Opera 10.52 for Mac released. The final version has been titled Opera 10.52, skipping a couple of point releases to make sure the final version is of the highest quality possible, and ensuring that, once again, the Mac and Win versions are aligned.
This version has been a long time in the works because it has undergone a complete rewrite into Cocoa, to further improve performance and give it a more native Mac feel with more Mac-like dialog boxes, trackpad gestures such as drag two fingers to scroll and pinch to zoom, and support for the Growl notification system.
This version has the following user agent string:
Opera/9.80 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X; U; en) Presto/2.5.24 Version/10.52
New web standards
In terms of new standards support, we have a treat for you! The newest additions are as follows:
- The HTML5
<audio>elements are now supported — find more about these by reading our Introduction to HTML5 article.
- HTML5 storage — read our Web Storage: easier, more powerful client-side data storage article for more details.
- The CSS3 backgrounds and borders module, which includes things such as
border-radiusand multiple background images. For more on how to use these features, read our CSS3 borders, backgrounds and box-shadows article.
- CSS3 transitions and 2D transforms. You can read more about using these features in CSS3 transitions and 2D transforms.
- We have also published an exciting new article covering how to use various CSS3 properties to create great looking interfaces — Beautiful UI styling with CSS3 text-shadow, box-shadow, and border-radius.
You can get a quick overview of what new web standards are supported by looking at our Opera Browser Standards Support Chart.