7 responses to “What’s New in Opera 10.5 – Visual Tour”

  1. Pubudu Kodikara

    earlier, opera had a complex interface… now, i think they are going to be simple like google chrome!
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  2. Oleg Oshmyan

    I am surprised to see how you (and other people) say Opera 10.5 has tabs like Chrome and search like Safari. The tab bar has been above the navigation bar for as long as I can remember, and the menu bar could be hidden as early as in Opera 9 and maybe earlier. Incremental search has been there for ages; you just had to press slash or full stop rather than Ctrl+F. What is new to the incremental search in 10.5 is that it can finally be configured without launching the Ctrl+F window (in fact, you cannot launch the window any more), so yes, in this way, the search is like Safari and Firefox, just more customizable, but the screen shot seems to stress the fact that all matches are highlighted on the page, which older versions of Opera do just as well as the new pre-alpha. 🙂

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