I'm disappointed too. There are many new bugs for a website developer, and no previous bugs that have been bugging me have been fixed. I hope for a new update soon - but please, Opera, do NOT force anything here.
I have been using Opera since version 3, and have often said that it adds an extra hour to my day with all its intelligent usability. But for now, I'm down to a mere extra 15 minutes. One more bug and the edge has been thrown away completely.
I may or may not ever find a use for new features like Turbo or Unite, but if they come with the loss of past functionality that I depend on, then push them overboard.
yes me too, it's been my browser of choice since you had to pay for it ... which i gladly did.
for a developer it is awesome, but i'd agree the time saving is no so great with this new version, however i must say that the superior (and built in) mouse gestures and the way pages are cached for going backwards and forwards through already viewed pages still trumps everything else.
There were some issues with cookies in 10.50, which should be fixed in 10.51. However, on pages where this happened, you need to delete the cookies to proceed. Try that for ebay, right click the page -> edit site preferences -> cookies -> delete
It effects a lot of sites besides Ebay - Y groups for instance. I had to roll back to a previous version. I couldn't find a fix or workaround on the net, and even though Opera seems to be aware of the problem [google.com] it didn't llok like they were owning up to it or working on a fix.