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Getting closer to Opera 9.52

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All right. Another snapshot for you as we're getting ever closer to version 9.52.

Changelog:

  • Fixed problem where some IRC commands were not working

  • Fixed problem where UI would not update after unsubscribing an IMAP folder
  • Fixed problem where content blocker add a too general block rule when using the Details button
  • Several improvements to the skin
  • Embedded YouTube videos should work more often now without having to reload
  • Windows: Fixed opening PDF files in Acrobat Reader plugin when the folder contains special characters
  • UNIX: Made the -geometry command line argument work even when Opera was previously maximized

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