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Latest Opera 6.01 Beta build 1029

 7:23 pm on Jan 24, 2002 (gmt 0)

The latest Opera beta allows you to edit the search engines!

You have to edit the "search.ini" text file that is the "opera" directory. It's pretty self evident what you do...


It's also extremely stable..(windows)

(sorry, not seen the change log yet)



 7:32 pm on Jan 24, 2002 (gmt 0)

changelog 1029:

* Fixed problem with crypto library errors being remembered, causing some crypto operations to fail.
* quick fix for bug #66008:"Redraws crash when in print preview mode"
- canceling preview mode
* 60980 - Merged in fix from Main. Should fix problem with www.volkswagen.de, too
* Search Type works better in search.ini. Type=12 is always find in page. All entries in search.ini need a unique type.

* focus fix
* expanded server name completion and cookie error dialogs to fix korean text

* do not overwrite the foreground skin if this is an upgrade

* do not show Outlook Express when there is no user registered there, should fix a lot of "importing" corrupted accounts
* fixed crasher 66999, check if disk is full before creating index

* Parsed new set of helpfiles for Windows.


 2:52 pm on Jan 25, 2002 (gmt 0)

For those experimenting with the new "search.ini" file, here is one for WebmasterWorld:

[Search Engine 4]
Is post=0
Has endseparator=0
Search Type=3

Now you can search with the right click menu or from the address bar with just "w keyword". The above replaces the Amazon search. Just load the "search.ini" file in a text editor to edit.

For those that don't know what the above is about, you highlight a word or passage with Opera, right click and then search via any search engine or service (such as a language translator). The above defines one of the searches.

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