Wednesday, December 8, 2010 6:56:30 PM
Opera Labs, Alpha, Beta, and Snapshot releases uses a different path for preferences and user data. You can see the current paths from opera:about.
The Opera 11 Beta for Mac
stores it preferences in three locations:
~/Library/Application Support/Opera 110/
~/Library/Preferences/Opera Preferences 110/
Delete the folders above to get rid of the Beta settings, and add the "110" suffix to the stable Opera folders at:
To move your Beta settings to a stable release, you need to do the opposite.
Tuesday, November 23, 2010 11:20:39 AM
Release just hours ago, the new Opera 11 Beta for Mac
includes long needed skin updates to further improve the native look and feel on Mac on top of all the new features it brings:
- extensions, make good even better
- tab stacking, organize your tabs into groups
- new address field, security at a glance
- predictive search suggestions from Google
Learn more and download from opera.com/browser/next/
Monday, October 25, 2010 1:14:00 PM
Seem like Opera made the right choice when moving to a standard plug-in API for Java.
As Apple won’t be bundling a Java runtime environment on their 10.7 Lion operating system. Opera’s adoption of a plug-in based approach will make whatever plug-in—made by a third-party—to replace Java just work.
I hope Oracle wouldn’t wait too long with picks up the ball, or many Web bank users will find them self unable to do their banking.
Tuesday, October 12, 2010 6:02:00 AM
is a social networking site for software. You install a client that tracks your desktop application and optionally Web application usage. From this data, it aggregates usage statistics, suggest other users who like the same software as you, and even uses it’s knowledge of the network to suggest new applications you may like. Think Last.fm
For some reason, Opera usage is very low among Mac users on Wakoopa.
Opera is not even in the top 25 list of applications! (Unlike the other platforms where Opera is almost at the top of the lists.) If you’re using Opera for Mac and think this sounds like an interesting service: please register and help boost the popularity of Opera on Wakoopa!
Or any other OS for that matter.
Friday, September 10, 2010 3:21:42 PM
Due to some unfortunate problems when switching my ISP, I have been stuck with a very slow mobile broadband service via EDGE for the last couple of days.
This presented a good opportunity to gather some street testing of Opera Turbo. To answer the question “is it any good?” I have created the following, not-very-scientific table:
Wednesday, August 25, 2010 10:32:36 AM
Opera 10.60 for Mac did crash a lot. But we got Opera 10.61 out pretty fast, and it is much better! So make sure you upgrade. Available on the download page.
Statistics show users are getting 31% fewer crashes with the newer version. Which is a big improvement indeed.
Sunday, August 22, 2010 11:08:00 AM
I often hear that it must be a big problem to have coeliac decease. Especially for meals which are traditionally considered ‘a bread meal.’ But I really don’t find that to be much of a problem:
Omelette with ham and basil
A good gluten free breakfast