Click here with Opera : [Index of C:/](file:///C:/) and find this file.
I don't know why the link doesn't work directly,maybe is a bug in the forums,however right click the mouse and select Open link in new tab to open it.
... and concomitantly with that, a presto engine with tons of features for our power users who long for features.
Tons of features for Power Users ? I'm no newbie to Google Chrome Clones, I've been using SRWare Iron for years as a secondary browser, Does a hell of alot more than the New Opera does and all of the Chrome Extensions work with it as well
@colderwinters -- uhmm, I believe you misread the last part of his post. He was referring to the Presto Opera version having "tons of features"...
The same component (previously called M2, later just known as mail) is used to process feeds and mail. If you have no mail accounts configured, the sidebar (which will be titled Mail) should show a list of all your feeds, while the main tab (which will be named Feeds) will show a list of all your messages along with the text of the highlighted message. If you want to read only one specific feed, you can click on it in the sidebar - the name of the tab will change to the name of that feed, and only messages from that feed will be displayed.
I understand the confusion, but the mail component is designed to work with the sidebar displayed like that. You can press F4 to hide it, but it will reappear whenever the mail (Feeds) tab is closed and then re-opened, or even if you focus a different tab and then go back to the Feeds tab.
Yes, let's use the right terminology. Skins changed buttons and ... well, everything else. Themes (even in Opera 12) only changed the background - but themes in 12 changed the background on toolbars too while themes in Opera/Blink are backgrounds for internal pages only (speed dial, settings, etc.)
Can't tell about Opera(Blink) 18 which I don't use but AFAIK "EasyHK32.dll" isn't part of Windows OS.
That's for sure..
I downloaded the library file and put it into the system32 directory. After registering the dll, it still persists. Except that, everything runs perfect.
If you're doing that often.. Hopefully you're keeping track of what DLLs have been regged (many times it will be incompatible with the program(s) / OS; which could've, actually, been your problem there); but, more importantly, analysing the file itself - prior to executing any commands. Way too often has there been a virus, packed as a useful DLL (or as a needed one :))
Yes and since I didn't get the closing notice (for myopera e-m) in time, that's what i've had to do; cut and paste many of my saved e-mails that I don't want want deleted, paste them to another e-m account, then fwd to self. time consuming but effective for the most part I guess. I wish I'd known sooner so I could have forwrded them using myopera, but alas, after March, myopera was closed.