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Opera 11.11 Final Released

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Opera 11.11 (build 2109) has been released today. This is a security and stability update, for full details see the change log below.

Autoupdate might not check for updates frequently enough, so if you don't get the new build, please check for updates manually via "Help > Check for updates".

Opera 11.11 for UNIX changelog

Release notes

Release date: May 18, 2011

Opera 11.11 is a recommended upgrade offering security and stability enhancements.

Changes since Opera 11.10

User interface

Fixed
  • Crash when opening a folder selector in a widget and then closing the widget
  • Opera installer crashing as soon as the installation wizard starts

Display and scripting

Fixed
  • Crash when opening www.falk.de
  • Crash when reloading page after opening a popup of easy-sticky-note extension
  • Google calendar previewing of month view
  • Mouse wheel not scrolling an outer page when over iframe
  • Made numerous fixes and stability improvements
  • Opera freezing on Wikipedia with column-count producing infinite repaints

Official Change Log

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