Tuesday, June 1, 2010 12:00:00 PM
A quick HTTP/301 Permanently Moved
notice here. My blog have moved to a new address following a username change on My Opera Community.
My old username and address used to be danaleks
and the new one is daniel
. Which should be easier to remember.
So the new full address is:http://my.opera.com/daniel/blog/
Subscribers, please point your feed reader to http://my.opera.com/daniel/xml/atom/blog/
Monday, May 31, 2010 11:01:55 AM
One of the cool new things coming in Opera 10.6 for Mac
now available) is the switch to the all new out-of-process Java plug-in (javaplugin2). An out-of-process plug-in of course means a crash free Java environment! Yej! (At least an environment that does not crash your browser when Java runs into a little trouble.)
What this means is that you have to install Java for Mac OS 10.5 Update 7
or Java for Mac OS 10.6 Update 2
(both available through Software Update) in order to use Java with Opera. Java on OS 10.4 and in non-updated versions of Mac OS is no longer supported.
Friday, May 28, 2010 12:12:41 PM
It is not … quite the same as the Chrome ads, but close! (Picked up by Engadget
Tuesday, May 4, 2010 2:14:00 PM
Have you noticed that there is a little weird button in the bottom left corner of an Opera window? It is the Panels button. I am not going to bother with the default panels (see our documentation) in this post. But rather focus on how you can start using mobile versions of popular sites—such as Facebook—as a panel.
You can find a few specially designed pages who where intended as being used as panels. But any Web site will work. Mobile sites are intended to work on a narrow screen, and thus work much better in the small format of the panel view in Opera.
Sunday, May 2, 2010 12:30:29 AM
I finally ordered that Mac Mini Server Edn.
) I considered six months ago.
So I ended up going for a pretty little machine even though it is totally over-powered for my server/services need.
The major selling point that convinced me to get it was the server administrative tools. There just is not anything similar or anything like a ubuntu-server-gnome-admin for Linux. I don’t want to spend time setting up the basics (email server, chat, file sharing, …) and I want the rest to be easy and unnumbered too. Linux: you aren’t easy enough to use yet.
Thursday, April 29, 2010 10:13:49 AM
Seth Rosenblatt has a very nice video review of Opera 10.52 for the Mac: New Opera blazes onto Mac
. An unlike other reviewers of Opera 10.52, it definitely seams like he actually used the browser before reviewing it. He goes into Opera’s deep feature set and knows what he is talking about.
“[Opera’s] combination of speed and built in services makes it one of the best browsers around for the Mac” —Seth RosenblattWatch the video review on CNETTV
Tuesday, April 27, 2010 10:03:22 AM
The wait is over! It is finally here! Opera 10.52 for Mac and Windows
was released earlier today. We hope you are going to love it!
Windows users may be interested in a list of top bug fixes since 10.51
Tuesday, April 20, 2010 3:15:00 PM
Next week, on May 4th, the Free Software Foundation
and other organizations against Digital Rights Management software lock-downs wants to raise awareness by mobilizing the public against DRM. May 4th is the first ever Day Against DRM
If you are interested in ensuring your digital freedom and preserving our digital legacy for the future: then please check out the campaign Web site
and tell your friends about any local events!