The team behind the popular Opera browser released a new beta version of their product. Opera 56.0.3045.0 beta represents the upcoming version of this popular browser. In this release, the browser has got a number of useful improvements, including a new volume control for the video pop-out feature, an ability to disable the 'scroll to top' feature, and a new page zoom level indicator in the address bar.
As you may remember, Opera was the only mainstream browser which didn't display the current page zoom level. Other modern browsers like Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox have such a control for many versions. Finally, the page zoom level indicator is now available in Opera. The feature was merged with version 56 from Opera 57 Developer.
You will be able to adjust the page zoom level for all web pages at once by visiting Settings > Basic > Appearance > Page zoom. If you have changed the zoom level for an individual web site, go to Settings > Advanced > Privacy and security > Content settings > Zoom levels.
Volume Control For Video Pop Out
In Opera 56 beta, you can control the volume on your video pop-out. The volume control looks as follows:
Disable the scroll to the top feature
The scroll to the top of the page feature allows the user to instantly scroll to the top of the web page by clicking on the active tab. Many of users requested to have the ability to disable or enable this feature.
Today's build features a new option option on the Settings page, under Advanced > User interface > Scroll on active tab on tab clicked.
Download Opera 56.0.3051.18
You can download this build using the following links.
- Opera beta for Windows (Using Opera beta for Windows installer means Opera for Computers EULA is accepted)
- Opera beta for Windows (Portable version)
- Opera beta for macOS
- Opera beta for Linux – deb packages
- Opera beta for Linux – RPM packages
- Opera beta for Linux – snap package
The detailed change log can be found here.