11.11 (May 18, 2011)
@Bala7 I believe this is a beta version of Opera. To report bugs in beta or alpa versions of Opera, post it here: http://my.opera.com/comm.../forums/forum.dml?id=31
4.00 Beta 1 (Nov 15, 2010)
Although 7-zip is my software of choice for compression, I still use WinRAR for extraction (I don't get the nags as I only use the context menu). The main reason is the 'Redundant folder name removal' feature of WinRAR's:
(taken from WinRAR change log; WinRAR is the only compressed file extractor program I know that does this)
New "Remove duplicate folders from extraction path" option in "Settings/Compression" dialog.
If this option is on and you unpack an archive which root folder has no files and only one 'somename' folder and if destination folder is new or empty and also ends with '/somename', WinRAR will exclude one 'somename' from resulting 'somename/somename' path.
"Remove duplicate folders from extraction path" option in "Settings/Compression" dialog is replaced by more universal "Remove redundant folders from extraction path" option. This option will eliminate redundant archive name based folders from extraction path if you unpack an archive with "Extract to DestName\" context menu command and if archive
root folder contains only one folder and no files.
5.20 (Mar 16, 2008)
Has lots of customization features which will suit your different file renaming needs while still being very simple and easy to use. Fast loading and low resource usage is always a plus.
1.0 (Sep 22, 2007)
This is probably the best CD cover display program/plugin out there. The GUI and skins are nicely done. The features are neat too - it has a seeking bar for playing songs and a next track/previous track button which can be used from the program's UI. You can also set it to download the cover automatically from Amazon.com. Highly configurable and good for beginner users and advanced users who want to manage the storage of CD cover display images.
2.32 (Feb 8, 2006)
Simple. Easy to use. Very good configurability and large no. of options - and, it's free!
2.32 (Dec 22, 2005 - 7:12 AM)
Luckily I've switched to Avast. And if you really want to use a payed-for antivirus program, then just use Mcafee.
2.32 (Oct 22, 2005 - 3:34 AM)
Oh come on, it's just a shortcut key. AFAIK Opera started the tabbed browsing thingy and they didn't mind Firefox, IE and the other browsers from emulating this feature.
2.32 (Oct 22, 2005 - 3:31 AM)
Have you tried posting about this on the Opera forums?