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The latest Opera 9.5 build doesn't come with an indication that we're getting close to getting the final version of the browser but it does feature quite a lot of fixes plus, a new implementation on how Extended Validation (EV) or Augmented Assurance (AA) indicators are displayed. Now, only if an EV/AA document loads all resources over strongly TLS-protected connections will the indicator be displayed. In all, the new snapshot features:

Changelog

- New EV status policy.
- Fixed a crash when quitting with master password dialog open.
- Fixed a history navigation crash.
- Fixed a crash related to Dragonfly.
- Fixed handling of local resource files when installing Opera in a location with special characters in the path.
- Fixed an issue where Wand shortcuts stopped working after history navigation.
- Fixed filtering of messages in the error console - the filter will also apply to future events.
- Fixed initial focus in dialogs.

Mac-specific

- Fixed plugin focus issues on rtl.de.
- Fixed an issue where the window doesn't activate completely when clicked.
- Fixed repaint issues when pages are made shorter.
- Fixed an issue where text gets cut off in SELECT element.

UNIX-specific

- Fixed some font selection issues.
- Fixed some mouse panning issues.
- Fixed listing of files in the GTK filechooser.

Windows-specific

- Fixed default Save and Open location.
- Fixed a registry corruption of values used when other applications open Opera, caused by the classic installer.
- Fixed listing of files in the Open dialog.
- Saving web pages now correctly adds the extension.

To download the new Opera 9.5 build check out this page.
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Samsung 850 Pro Samsung 850 Evo Noctua NH-D15 Windows 10 
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