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Opera Dragonfly updated for Opera 10.60
We recently launched a survey of developers to find out their needs and wants for a tool such as Opera Dragonfly. The ability to work offline was close to the top of this list, so we are pleased to be able to offer this feature right now. Many of the top requests are already in the pipeline or under active development. Examples of the top requests include:
- Enable/Disable CSS rules (Close to completion)
- Improve icons and UI intuitiveness (Design work ongoing)
- Offline support (Implemented)
- Right-click (context menu) support (Planned)
- Firebug Console API (Supported in Scope. Under development in Opera Dragonfly)
- Requests around inspecting bodies of HTTP requests and page resources (Under development)
There were of course many more requests and suggestions, and we’ll release a more in depth summary at a latter date. The feature closest to release in the above list is the ability to be able to temporarily disable and enable individual CSS style rules. This was heavily requested, and we hope to get it out on the cutting edge path in the near future.
As always, let us know what you think, and we hope you enjoy the latest update to Opera Dragonfly.