When you launch the Opera installer, click "options", There's an option to import bookmarks from your default browser that you can uncheck. It's only done once at installation anyway, so you can just delete them as said.
@alvaritoash said in Opera mail send mail twice:
If i set the sent items in white, i get the same result.
If you set it to white (as in, no sent folder set), close out of the mail account properties to save the change and then restart Opera, does it stay white or does it revert back to "Sent items" on you?
I was thinking that the Hotmail SMTP server adds a copy of the sent message to "Sent Items" itself and when you have "Sent Items" set as the IMAP sent folder, Opera adds a copy also. If that's the case though, then not setting an IMAP sent folder in Opera should get rid of the one copy (you won't be able to control the copy the SMTP server generates). However, you said blanking out the IMAP sent folder setting in Opera doesn't help, so that's probably not the issue unless the sent folder is getting set to "Sent Items" again on you.
I'll have to play with my hotmail account more and see what I can find. I don't use it very often.
Hey, everyone. I understand how old the thread is, but this is still a problem.
I want webp disabled completely. It is inexcusable that the browser displays an image as one filetype and forcibly, exclusively downloads it as another. No, Turbo isn't on. Yes, I'm using the newest version of Opera.
Remove webp entirely, or tell us how to shut it off. None of my operating systems can even open the files and they're even more worthless if I have to put the image into editing software.
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@leocg I asked a simple question. I specifically said "Chrome and Opera using the same website with live video. opera is lagging about 5 seconds slower than chrome on the live video .. Anybody know why?" You came back and said the video worked fine. I DID NOT SAY LIVE VIDEO ON OPERA WAS BUFFERING OR FREEZING. YOU ARE VERY SARCASTIC AND ARE NOT QUALIFIED TO BE A MODERATOR. YOU COULD NOT FIND YOUR WAY OUT OF A PAPER BAG. BY THE WAY THE ANSWER TO MY PROBLEM IS OPERA BROWSER IS the 5th most popular browser in the world, because IT STINKS!!!!
ALSO you said " By the way, here the video doesn't use Flash." THAT VIDEO DOES REQUIRE FLASH , SO YOU ARE WRONG AGAIN!!!!!