Friday, September 11, 2009 9:47:24 AM
Users who are on ISPs who have switched on AAAA records on their DNS servers have had problems with pages never loading in Opera 10. The problem is caused by networking changes in Mac OS X 10.6 ‘Snow Leopard’
and Opera 10. This even affected popular pages like
Long story short: Opera relies on the system to determine IPv6 link capabilities. Due to changes in Snow Leopard, this made Opera 10 attempt to make an IPv6 connection over IPv4 for IPv6/4 hybrid Web sites.
The latest snapshot release
introduces a work around that will resolve this problem. The fix may introduce some problems on IPv6 only networks, but it is unlikely to affect any users.
Thursday, July 16, 2009 11:38:28 AM
Are you using Opera 10 Beta on the Mac? Please update to Beta 2
. The second beta features many bug fixes and integrated crash logging for Mac. Help us make Opera 10 the most stable release ever. Submit your crash logs automatically-when-Opera-crashes today!
Friday, July 3, 2009 4:56:00 PM
I made my first appearance on the Desktop Team blog
today. Announcing the availability of automated crash logging on the Mac
. Had to come from a Mac product tester? right.
Don’t you think Opera’s crash logger has the coolest icon? (To the left.)
Wednesday, June 3, 2009 11:54:08 AM
Have you got a go with the 10.0 beta 1
, yet? If not, grab a copy
and play with it!
One of the things I like the most in the beta is the new custom speed dial page. You can configure the number of speed dials—this has been requested by many since we introduced nine dials in Opera 9.2—and add a background image. (Default search engine can also be changed under Preferences > Search.)
Mac OS X ship with some cool background pictures to get started. You can find all of them in the /Library/Desktop Pictures/
folder on your system. I like the black and white pier
as my background.
You can also find some cool ones by Vlad Studio
Pretty good looking compared to the old white.
As always, remember to report bugs