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Opera 12.11.1661 ( Lucid 528-005 )
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chrome307


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PostPosted: Sun 18 Nov 2012, 16:39    Post subject:  Opera 12.11.1661 ( Lucid 528-005 )
Subject description: Web Browser - Released 20 Nov 2012
 

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# Fixes and Stability Enhancements

* General and User Interface

- Several general stability enhancements
- Fixed several conditions that could lead to high CPU usage while idle
- Resolved several conditions under which sites would not stop/finish loading
- Resolved an issue where Opera would flash a completely white page before/while loading websites
- Fixed a display issue that would occur when switching tabs in Opera Dragonfly
- Corrected page scrolling behavior for pages with anchors
- Fixed an issue with zooming images under certain conditions

* Display and Scripting

- Fixed issues where the presence of contenteditable would add to the height of elements with CSS generated content
- Corrected behavior where certain WebP images would lack transparency
- Fixed bypass behavior under certain conditions for SPDY proxy
- Corrected an issue with repainting that could occur with fixed position elements in a scrolled viewport
- Mac/Linux/FreeBSD only
- Fixed network related crash

* Network and Site-Specific

- Skandiabanken: Problems loading the site under certain conditions have been resolved
- twitter.com: Issues experienced while uploading a profile picture are now fixed
- vasttrafik.se: Rendering of the 'travel path' is now improved

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PostPosted: Tue 20 Nov 2012, 09:38    Post subject:  

Opera 12.11.1661- Release date: 20 November 2012

Opera 12.11 is a recommended upgrade offering security and stability enhancements.

Fixes and Stability Enhancements since Opera 12.10

General and User Interface:

Several general fixes and stability improvements

Mac-only
Fixed a crash related to updating the state of some extensions’ toolbar icons

Network and Site-Specific:

Fixed several issues related to SPDY
Gmail: Fixed an issue that could cause Gmail not to load

Security:

Fixed an issue where HTTP response heap buffer overflow could allow execution of arbitrary code; see our advisoryhttp://www.opera.com/support/kb/view/1036/
Fixed an issue where error pages could be used to guess local file paths; see our advisoryhttp://www.opera.com/support/kb/view/1037/

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PostPosted: Tue 20 Nov 2012, 16:11    Post subject:  

Hello chrome307

I am finding that there is an issue with Opera (the 3 or 4 recent versions that I have tried) in Lucid Plus 528-005 which does not happen in other recent Puppies.

It does all seem to run OK but if you look in /root/.opera you may find that a directory called "logs" gets created and inside that you get lots of files named "crash12345678.txt" (numbers vary). These are quite big text files and if you let them build up they start eating up save-file space quite significantly.

I have tried it on different machines and booting pfix=ram. It happens with any Opera that I have tried, not just your pets. Can anyone else confirm this?

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sheldonisaac

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PostPosted: Tue 20 Nov 2012, 19:06    Post subject:  

OscarTalks wrote:
Hello chrome307

I am finding that there is an issue with Opera (the 3 or 4 recent versions that I have tried) in Lucid Plus 528-005 which does not happen in other recent Puppies.

It does all seem to run OK but if you look in /root/.opera you may find that a directory called "logs" gets created and inside that you get lots of files named "crash12345678.txt" (numbers vary). These are quite big text files and if you let them build up they start eating up save-file space quite significantly.

I have tried it on different machines and booting pfix=ram. It happens with any Opera that I have tried, not just your pets. Can anyone else confirm this?

Thanks for that, OscarTalks. I never knew that. There were about 435MB in my .opera/logs directory.
I deleted them all.
I wonder why they are there, and what use they are.
I think I have Opera 12.10, the Terryphi .sfs version, on my Lucid 528-005
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PostPosted: Thu 22 Nov 2012, 05:24    Post subject:  

Thanks for the feedback, and I was also unaware of this, I will have a look on the Opera forum and see if it is a recognised bug.
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