October 9th, 2009
It’s just too hard to find a good title for this blog post, so I used a random word generator to come up with one. It even almost makes sense. :whistle:
Here’s another round of builds from the busy bees in the Desktop team. :headbang:
As for Opera Unite, we focused on improving how easy it is to find and start Unite. The Unite panel is open by default (for now) in clean installs, and we made it easier to install and start Unite applications from a web page. For that, we introduced version checking of the Unite applications.
Other than that, the Unite applications have been updated (and the Sonar testing application has been removed), and we have Core fixes for application discovery and encoding issues. So the applications should now work with files that have Russian or Chinese characters. :up:
Also, if you experienced problems with plug-ins on Mac in the last snapshot, that should be fixed now (still present on *nix, you’ll get the fix next time ’round there).
Happy testing! :wizard:
- No autoupdate since it’s Friday
- UNIX: Users of Qt 4.5.3 may experience difficulties with Qt4 packages (use a Qt3 package instead)
WARNING: This is a development snapshot: It contains the latest changes, but may also have severe known issues, including crashes and data loss situations. In fact, it may not work at all.