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1.05 (May 24, 2006)
When I heard about it, I thought it was great (most importantly for using my PC's mouse and keyboard for my laptop).
I tried it and it worked quite well. But, after I found Synergy, I see no reason to buy Multiplicity...
9.0 Build 8212 Technology Preview 2 (Feb 9, 2006)
In addition to adding new features, they also fixed stability issues and the annoying 2-minute-exit bug (where closing Opera took a looong time) from TP1.
8.01 Preview 1 Build 7583 (May 9, 2005)
"This thing is not industry compliant no matter what they claim. In order to access a long list of web sites (including but not limited to NPR, ESPN, Hotmail, AOL online mail); you must go to preferences/network and identify it as either IE 6.0 or Mozilla 5.0. Yes it is fast, yes it seems to highly adaptable, no it wont go to MSN chats or groups even if it is identified as IE 6.0 (it does however if you identify it as Mozilla although certain features dont work, go figure that one out for me). The question that I have is: if this thing is so revolutionary and complies to all industry standards as the authors claim it does, why does it need to identify itself as another browser type to work on web sites?"
Because most pages you mention work fine in Opera as long as they let it in! The use browser-detection scripts that are five years old to distinguish between Netscape and IE (those scripts have mostly been fixed to include FF, too). At that time it had its merits - Opera versions 4 and 5 (and to some degree, ver6) had bad support for advanced technologies like JS and DOM.
But since version 7, there has been no need for this!
As they still shut out Opera, it identifies itself as IE or Mozilla to be let in.