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Opera 11.01 Final Released

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We have just released Opera 11.01 (build 1190). This new release adds security fixes and stability improvements, along with some mouse gesture tweaking, for full details see the change log below.

Changes since Opera 11.00

Web specifications

Support for window.DOMStringList object of the W3C DOM3 DOMStringList Interface

User interface

Improved
Translation updates added throughout the UI

Fixed

Various mouse gesture sensitivity and recognition issues
Crashes occurring with Opera Dragonfly reload, file download, extension autoupdate, search suggestions
Crash occurring when clicking a link twice
An issue with feed preview
Crash occuring when closing a tab
Crash occuring when opening a downloaded file
Default size of the search field unintentionally changing
Crash occuring on page load for some sites, for example vkontakte.ru
Repaint issues occuring when in Facebook
Disk cache in Turbo mode being prematurely emptied after bringing up a context menu
Deactivated auto-reload in speed dials when the address changes

full changelog

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