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12.50.1538 Beta (Aug 6, 2012)
"I know it's an early alpha but this new pattern of releasing broken major versions only to try and address them in a maintenance build soon after is not something I am enjoying having to deal with"
How does this make any sense? You know it's an early alpha, but you are referring to broken major releases. Also, if you don't want to deal with potentially unstable alpha and beta releases, don't install them--use the final releases and don't worry about them
The first 12.x Opera Next builds were very unstable for me although the 12.x final release has been working well. I haven't used the newer 12.50 Next builds much, but when I have, they've been OK.
22.214.171.1244 (May 7, 2012)
ccie: holy anal-spew! All that and you boil it down to one unsupported theory. If you are seeing questionable encrypted packets, you've likely thought you'd take advantage of 'free downloads" from a warez site and rooted yourself.
1.11.45 (Feb 21, 2012)
I love that it's useless because they don't offer an updater!
2 Beta 102 (Dec 22, 2011)
Free beta testers.
8.0 Alpha 1 (Nightly Build) (Jul 7, 2011)
Trolls will be trolls.
Edit: ...because there's other, more meaningful comments about Firefox...
8.0 Alpha 1 (Nightly Build) (Jun 8, 2011 - 4:21 PM)
Doesn't it say "TRIM commands", not defragmentation for SSD?