Opera 5 for Mac OS X Carbon Beta 1 released
Oslo, Norway – Sept. 3, 2001 – Opera Software today released Opera 5 for
Mac OS X Carbon Beta 1. The Opera 5.0 for Mac, which has received
international recognition for its speed, small size and
standards-compliance, now offers Mac users the same stability whether they
use systems 7.5.3 to 9.x or Mac OS X Carbon.
Mac OS X Carbon users can now enjoy keychain support and auto-completion of
URLs like their fellow Mac users were offered through the release of Opera
for Mac Beta 2 at Macworld in New York, July 18. Furthermore, users are
offered an extra button set originally designed for MacWorld which blends
well into the design of Mac OS X, in addition to the default Opera button
“The development toward a final version for all systems for Mac users is
important to us,” says Hakon W. Lie, Chief Technology Officer of Opera
Software, “and we are very happy to announce that we now can offer the same
stability to all our Mac users.”
Opera 5 for Mac OS X Carbon Beta 1 will work with Mac OS X Carbon in the
native mode. Opera 5 for Mac OS X Carbon Technology Preview supports the
following World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standards: 128-bit encryption,
TLS 1.0, SSL 2 and 3, CSS1 and CSS2, XML, HTML 4.01, HTTP 1.1, ECMAScript,
DOM and WAP/WML. Opera 5 for Mac OS X Carbon Beta 1 has powerful search
features where users can easily move between the most popular search
engines, and search for terms, domain names or stock quotes.
About Opera Software
Opera Software ASA is an industry leader in the development of Web browsers
for the desktop and device markets. The Opera browser has received
international recognition from end-users and the industry press for being
faster, smaller and more standards-compliant than other browsers. Opera
Software ASA is a privately held company headquartered in Oslo, Norway.
Learn more about Opera at www.opera.com.