Linked by David Adams on Sun 7th Dec 2008 02:06 UTC, submitted by mikemuch
Opera Software Opera 10 has been released as an alpha preview. It showcases a new rendering engine, Presto 2.2, which the company states will improve browsing performance over the previous version by 30 percent, and notably passes Acid3 standards compatibility with a 100 out of 100 score. This article runs it through some benchmarks, checks memory usage, and general browsing experience.
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RE: I'd use it
by MamiyaOtaru on Mon 8th Dec 2008 13:17 UTC in reply to "I'd use it"
MamiyaOtaru
Member since:
2005-11-11

You would be anyway. They only use Qt widgets for the menubar. They haven't used Qt scrollbars, buttons, dropboxes, etc since Opera 6.

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RE[2]: I'd use it
by j-kidd on Tue 9th Dec 2008 12:25 in reply to "RE: I'd use it"
j-kidd Member since:
2005-07-06

The qt4 build seems to be using native widgets (oxygen) for everything when you use a native skin, although they look pretty much broken.

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