The Register: Opera Unleashes Linux Preview of Version 7 Browser
Feb 17, 2003, 17:00 (10 Talkback[s])
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"On Friday Opera announced the first Linux preview edition of
Opera 7, the company's next-generation browser, which recently
shipped for Windows. The company stresses that the Linux version's
a preview, so there are rough edges, but it means that we're
moving, and Linux users can more or less keep pace with what
Opera's up to on the Windows platform.
"Which is particularly good news for The Register. We were
recently browbeaten by Opera marcom into installing 7 for Windows,
and after a week or so's use we think it's quite nice. Tempting us
back to Windows, Opera? Shame on you.
"In the Linux preview's rough edges of department, Opera says
that most Linux-specific features of Opera 6.1 are gone 'for now,'
DnD isn't fully working, there are some focus-related problems, and
font setup might be a bit picky. It does however come with the new
email and news client, which we think we like..."