By Aleksander AasAleksander. Tuesday, February 5, 2013 5:59:23 PM
Yesterday we released a quick fix to the crash loop experienced in Opera 12.13. Today we have an even better solution than downgrading - the new Opera 12.14. Not a lot of features to mention, but I think everyone would be happy to notice that we no longer experience the crash loop found in 12.13.
We would like to give a special thanks to everyone who helped test the Release Candidate yesterday. For everyone who didn't understand all these numbers: New version of Opera is out - it's just as fast, but infinitely more stable.
Download it right here - right now!
By Aleksander AasAleksander. Friday, February 1, 2013 9:39:47 AM
Our first desktop upgrade of 2013, the appropriately named Opera 12.13 is an important security and stability update. There are some major fixes in this version. For one thing, that pesky internal communication error on Facebook is now fixed. It should also now be possible once again to start Opera offline and then go online without any hiccups.
This update is available through auto-update, but if you want it straight from our servers, download Opera 12.13 with security and stability updates!
Since 12.13 had some major issues with crashes we recommend downloading Opera 12.12 here
By Aleksander AasAleksander. Tuesday, November 20, 2012 10:00:00 AM
Following our Opera Mini launch today, we also released a security and stability update for Opera Desktop.
Opera 12.11 should solve some crash issues as well as prevent two potential security issues. This update also includes a fix for some Google services that turned troublesome after SPDY was released from its cage.
This update is available through auto-update, but if you want it straight from our servers, download Opera 12.11 with security and stability updates!
By Anna RohlederAnnaMetro. Wednesday, October 17, 2012 12:05:47 PM
One of the most exciting new features in Opera 12 is support for WebGL. This is a technology that makes graphics and animation in the browser more dynamic. Some of the most common ways you might experience WebGL in action are interactive music videos and games. But it has many other applications too, as shown in the image below:
This week, there is a brand-new article on post-processing in Web GL on dev.opera. It's pretty advanced, however, so if you want to get up to speed on the basics first, check out this handy introduction to WebGL.
Or if you're ready to roll up your sleeves and get to work with WebGL, we recommend this tutorial that will get you started programming some basic 3D elements.
By Anna RohlederAnnaMetro. Wednesday, September 26, 2012 1:48:56 PM
In some parts of the world, it's the start of autumn (or fall). Traditionally known as the harvest season, it's a time of year that brings an entirely different range of color and features to the landscape as the temperatures start to drop and the brisk autumn breezes start to blow.
Whether you live in a place where fall has started, or you're in a part of the world that's warm and green, you can still enjoy the highlights of the season by trying out one of the many autumn-based themes from our extensions catalog.
Too many to choose from? Try one of our favorites:
Planning to do some pumpkin-carving or apple-picking yourself in the next few months? You can turn the photos of your autumn outing into your very own theme with the Opera Theme Creator extension.