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    Opera and Snow Leopard
    Have not seen anyone asking, but for those few that use Opera, they now have a development work around that will at least enable you to browse in Snow Leopard. Available below:

    Opera Desktop Team - Moar bilds!
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    Opera 10 has been working fine for me in Snow Leopard.

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    Worked great for me with the upgrade install I did from Leopard also.

    Did a clean install last weekend, and Opera just absolutely refused to load a page in less than 2-3 minutes if at all.

    All I've found is that it is a combination issue between Opera, 10.6 and some ISP's and how they all handle IPv6.

    I know I had IPv6 disabled in Leopard and tried that in the clean install of 10.6 but it was still a no go for me. The new 10.10 beta seems to be working fine though.
    I cannot be held responsible for the things that come out of my mouth.
    In the Windows world, most everything folks don't understand is called a virus.

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    Interesting. I will have to check into this. I have not used Opera much on my 10.6 Mac but the few times I did it seemed normal. Thanks for the heads up and Tip.

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