The Opera developers have released a new update for the development branch 36, and they are saying it is going to be the last one.
Opera continues to push forward, and the developers just launched a new major stable version of the Internet browser, and now they are preparing to wrap things up with this development branch. It’s not a big update, but at least, it’s here.
There can’t be a lot of users out there that download and install this particular version of the browser, but they might want to get this upgrade anyway. It fixes quite a few things, and it could prove to be quite useful.
The changelog states that it’s no longer impossible to put the graphic display to sleep, some page crashes have been fixed, a few visual adjustments have been made to the internal pages, the inability to navigate to internal pages from the menu has been fixed, resizing Opera after auto update now works properly, and it’s now possible to copy and paste bookmarks in the bookmarks view.
You can download the latest Opera for Linux from Softpedia, and the Windows and Mac OS X versions can be downloaded from the same page. Please keep in mind that it’s not a stable release, and it shouldn’t be used on production machines.