Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 1st Sep 2009 15:31 UTC, submitted by KLU9
Opera Software After a long gestation period, Opera has released version 10 of their browser, which comes packed with a whole lot of improvements and new features. It's got a completely new interface, a turbo mode for those days of bandwith drought, automatic updates (finally!), and lots more.
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RE: Kroc
by Kroc on Tue 1st Sep 2009 20:47 UTC in reply to "Kroc"
Kroc
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Why? If you expect me to be _unfair_, or unduly critical, then maybe yes; but as I see it, I am developing with cutting edge web standards and Opera simply doesn’t deliver. No HTML5 video/audio -- a *big* letdown as I don’t use Flash, and both Firefox and Safari already support it. No CSS3 rounded borders, gradients, animation or shadows. Pretty disappointing.

The skin is still awful in OS X. The only feature I can see that matters to web developers targeting Opera is that it has an auto-update feature so when it does get new CSS3 features, Opera users will actually be getting them.

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