It hurt me up a lot, but it worked at first attempt. I'll be about one year with using profiles this way and it has worked for me so far.
I find it hard to believe because looking at my historial all the pages point to me --user-data-dir but now when I check out the two sets of shortcuts, the RocketDock shortcuts and a .BAT file that I have to automate the operations with files and the execution of Opera profiles, everything comes with just one - and I assure you that RocketDock and the .BAT haven't been modified.
And it's also not an update thing since I've been downloading previous versions with the same result.
Where's the hidden cam?
PD. The key is that works again, thnks @burnout426
Your first question seems to be about "speed dial suggestions" - you can turn them off in Easy setup or in Settings.
You can set Opera to automatically clear cookies and other "local storage" when you close the program, it's in Settings > Advanced > Privacy & security > Content settings > Cookies (or just paste opera://settings/content/cookies into the address bar).
Since Opera doesn't come with Roboform, you are talking about the extension? Or are you talking about the program?
If you are talking about the extension, just go to the extensions page and remove it. However, if you are referring to the software, you need to ask them how to do it.
OS Win7 Pro 32-bit, Opr dev 60.0.3248.0 (no problem with download in this update - thanks).
Auto-update I would agree is a pain on all update streams. For example, when trying to delete the previous update version folder, it wont allow complete deletion (on all streams).
Reason: auto-update prevents completion of delete action.
Right click Taskbar and "Start Task Manager";
Click auto-update then click "End Process".
Click "Try Again" and deletion is completed.
I realise this suggestion is in the wrong place, but it's relevant to the subject here.
In "Settings", I would like to see an ON/OFF switch for auto-update so users can decide for themselves.