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Robby Workman updated and submitted the slackbuild to Slackbuilds.org, but in case it's not up there yet and you can't wait (like I couldn't), here it is: http://www.hydronitrogen.com/wp-cont...7/opera.tar.gz Download it from one of the urls from the .info just to make sure it works.
If I understand correctly what you are seeing, Opera 10.5x on Windows has the same glitches.
For 10.60 on Slackware, I am seeing slow scrolling and the UI is awful in KDE. 10.60 does not seems to be that good :-(
Last edited by AlvaroG; 07-05-2010 at 03:38 PM.
Reason: grammar correction
Here opera 10.60 runs nicely. I had an awful bold shadow under typed addresses dropdown list in opera which i got rid of by launching opera with '-noargb' switch. It seemed to improve tabbar tooltips animation too. That is with nvidia prop. driver under kde4 with desktop effects on. Also, i ditched kmail in favor of operas builtin mail client, having about 3000 messages in inbox doesn't seem to slow it down a bit - neither kmail, to be fair.
For some reason i cannot see apple.com videos in opera though they are playing fine in firefox with mplayer-plugin.
Concerning toolkits which are used to draw gui elements in opera, here's a tip on how to change them. Maybe solves some gui issues for some: