Originally Posted by VIPStephan
Kudos for passing the Acid3 test.
We don't — we get 100/100 with the rendering the same as the reference (to pass the animation would also need to be smooth). The built-in searching in the address bar has been around for quite a while.
More generally, over the past few months of using Opera, I've grown to quite like the panels, having things like searchable history and info about the current page in the side of the screen. Equally, the UI for tabs on the side is pretty good.
It's nice to finally ship Opera 10, and I hope we can get beyond the at least 9 month old version of Core soon with even more new stuff, but still really nice to be introducing support for things like web fonts, RGBA/HSLA (which I personally have wanted for a while), and selectors API (which should speed-up recent versions of jQuery and Prototype quite a bit, and is generally useful even outwith of them).