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Thread: Opera For Windows Without Java 7.21 Rc 6

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    asmithz's Avatar Hi-Definition
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    Jun 2003
    Opera for Windows introduces the looks and the performance of an exceptional Web browser. Opera's user interface has received a major overhaul with the new start-up dialog, and new default buttons, skin and panels in a blue and white color scheme that can be changed back to classic Opera look or another design. At start-up you can select a single or multiple document interface (SDI/MDI).

    Opera's new looks are complemented with exciting features such as the Personal Bar and Pagebar, hotclick, improved window handling, bookmarks search, redesigned preferences, new shortcuts, extensive drag and drop, and support for Unicode and LiveConnect.

    Changes in Current Version:
    • Turned on content sniffing for BMP

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    Join Date
    Jun 2003
    Final's Been Released:

    Opera Software today announced a grand slam release of Opera 7.21 for Windows, Linux (SPARC, Intel, PPC), FreeBSD (Intel), and Solaris (SPARC). Today's release introduces a new and improved package of features.

    Opera was the first browser to introduce a multiple document interface (MDI), making it possible to surf in several windows at once. Now Opera further advances this feature by introducing an "Undo" functionality. If users now close a window by mistake, it's easy to recall by referring to the "Closed" window history list now added to the menu or using a keyboard shortcut, Ctrl+Z. Kiosk mode is reintroduced with Opera 7.21, as was previously implemented in Opera 6. Kiosk mode is a customizable browser setting to limit functionality, blocking menus, preventing downloads, or adjusting other system preferences. Opera's kiosk mode is the most secure way to restrict access appropriate for computer labs, libraries and other kiosk providers.

    Fast releases on major platforms are made possible by Opera's unique browser development process. The browser is no longer made for one platform and then ported to others. Rather the whole development process is now independent of platform from the beginning. All feedback and fixes are made in Opera's platform independent core, then made available to the rest of Opera's platforms based on the adaptation needed for the specific platforms. As a result, the Linux version can now be released along with the Windows version.

    All platforms benefit from this improved development process. At the same time, the popularity of Opera's desktop versions also guarantee that products such as Opera's Smartphone browser can access Web sites all over the Web, thanks to the millions of users of Opera's desktop versions who are constantly stress-testing the browser.


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