- Opera Link.
- Download manager.
- Improved UI for finger touch.
- You can now manage search engines.
- Remembers page position and zoom state.
- Column snapping on touch.
- Better memory management.
- Fix for mobile view crash.
- Start page available from touch menu.
- Clear cache setting.
- Asks whether to set as default browser.
- Fix for startup crash (on some devices due to encoding in imported bookmarks).
- Shortcut support.
- Other minor bug fixes.
That enough for a beta 2 release? We're definitely happy to see better memory management -- that was our chief complaint of the early beta. And for what its worth, we're now getting 99 out of 100 on the Acid3 test, down a point from the first release. But as this is still a beta release, there are bugs. Peep a list of them after the break. Now, what about you guys? This latest release of Opera Mobile 10 working for you? Grab it here.
Known bugs in the Opera Mobile 10 beta 2 release
- Non-Touch devices are not supported (Smartphone profile)
- No plug-in support (e.g. Flash)
- Some input method editors “IME” (hard and soft phone keyboards) are known not to work well with Opera because they do not comply with Microsoft's SIP and/or IME standard. When such an editor is detected by Opera, Opera will use a known (default) input method instead. An exception is EzInput v1.5, where the phone keypad and compact QWERTY, ABC mode doesn't work, but the rest of the modes work fine. We recommend upgrading to EzInput v2.0 to avoid this.
- Many IME's (Input Method Editor) will override the Opera shortcuts
- Certain HTC devices with TouchFLO will force Opera back to portrait mode if visiting home screen when Opera is in landscape.
- On older WM 5.0 Devices with 480x800 resolution, switching between portrait and landscape may cause display errors. This is due to lack of support for this resolution in early versions of Microsoft's driver.
- You must click connect twice to use Opera Dragonfly
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