opera 7.21 released

Opera 7.21 for Linux, Windows, FreeBSD and Solaris has been released. You can download it here.


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  1. So far, it is nice. The last version I tried crashed a lot, so I went back to a previous one. This one seems much more stable.

    Comment by Levi on October 16, 2003 @ 6:03 pm
  2. Other than my fonts getting smaller, I’m happy with it. The fonts look good, just a tad too small.

    Comment by dan on October 16, 2003 @ 6:06 pm
  3. I didn’t notice fonts getting any smaller. They looked pretty small already compared to Mozilla and Konqueror, though.

    Comment by Levi on October 17, 2003 @ 8:53 am
  4. After using it for a while, this version of Opera has started to annoy me. After being open for a while, it starts to slow down on certain pages. At the moment, it’s failing to reload pretty much all the pages I have open. It’s just sitting with the progress bar open at 0% on several pages, including this one.

    I’m writing this via Mozilla Firebird, which is a bit slower in general than Opera, but at least it continues to work.

    Comment by Levi on October 21, 2003 @ 11:00 am
  5. I’ve had Opera 7.21 open since the 16th with no problems, and I’m making this comment in the same browser that’s been open.

    I haven’t used the latest version of Mozilla Firebird, but when I used it before, it was quick, but had trouble rendering some pages. I finally got tired of it and haven’t gone back.

    Comment by dan on October 21, 2003 @ 11:24 am
  6. Hmm, maybe it’s some weird compatibility issue with my system. In any case, I find pages not loading to be a show-stopper, and Firebird has tab groups now, so I think I’m going to stick with it. It’s nice that we’ve got lots of very functional alternatives, eh?

    Comment by Levi on October 21, 2003 @ 11:29 am
  7. Agreed. We should all have a moment of silence for the wretched days when Netscape 4.7x was the only option on Linux.

    Comment by dan on October 21, 2003 @ 12:41 pm

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