Opera 52: A new opera:flags page

Today, the team behind the Opera browser released a new developer version of their product. Opera 52.0.2857.0 is now available for download. It features are number of changes to user interface of the opera:flags page.

Here is how it looks.

In addition, the browser now comes with an ability to close a tab with Alt+Click on Windows and Linux.

Fixes and Improvements

  • DNA-64142 Implement e-mail verification for sync popup
  • DNA-66314 Resynchronize flags webui.
  • DNA-66515 Rewrite keyboard shortcuts UI control
  • DNA-66980 Minor visual improvements
  • DNA-67048 [Win] Correct color shades in addressbar dropdown
  • DNA-67071 Crash at opera::SyncUIController::OnGuestWebViewAdded(content::WebContents*)
  • DNA-67097 Make Opera build again with is_multi_dll_chrome=true
  • DNA-67106 Remove SafeZone branding code from desktop/common/features
  • DNA-67107 Move desktop/common/features to opera_components
  • DNA-67133 Do not package net and usb installers on x64
  • DNA-67145 Make Opera build with Safe Browsing
  • DNA-67147 Refactor address bar buttons to use ThemedImageButton
  • DNA-67162 Unexpected animation when dragging suggestion to Start page
  • DNA-67190 Tabs epilepsy
  • DNA-67196 [Win] Alt+Click to close a tab
  • DNA-67199 Remove reborn flag from the address bar code
  • DNA-67205 UA customisation is not applied to scripting side
  • DNA-67206 Bug: mistake in the German version of Opera Desktop
  • DNA-67226 Rebornize sliding toolbars
  • DNA-67239 Windows/Linux nightly release doesn’t compile
  • DNA-67246 [Linux] opera-developer now depend from opera-beta
  • DNA-67254 Decrease autoupdate dependencies
  • DNA-67263 Align add_flags.py to point to new location of feature flags
  • DNA-67266 Windows nightly doesn’t compile
  • DNA-67272 [Win] Main menu opens after Alt+click on UI element or web page contents
  • DNA-67282 Default browser prompt is not accordant with the design

Download links

Source: Opera

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