Opera rolled out today the second release candidate for version 12.13 of the web browsers. It does not include too many modifications, so it is very likely to see a stable build by the end of the week or at the beginning of the next one.
The change log announces that the internal communication error on Facebook has been eliminated and the recovery is done by resetting when the extension data storage has become corrupted.
Additional repairs touch on a crash event on Mac, caused by the new auto-update mechanism; the browser would terminate its activity at startup.
Further fixing refers to a problem that prevented Opera from loading up pages, if it had been started without an internet connection.