@sgunhouse said in Start with Speed dial:
Explains why I never saw it - I turned off the search bar in the speed dial page years ago. I search from the address bar.
Actually that's a good idea, should have thought of that.
@athlonite And no, I shouldn't. Moderators in forums are usually regular users with some power that help keeping the forum running organized, they don't need to know everything that runs in the company, when the forum is about one or about a product made by one.
There are signficant differences in an eMail client from a web browser. Olde Opera used essentially separate code modules for each funtion, which shared some common user interface coding that made them appear as a unit. Any "internal" eMail client for a browser would have to be architected essentially that same way, since the eMail protocols and functionality are not normally part of a browser rendering engine, especially the chromium engine. Likewise, the detailed support for an eMail extension is typically not present in a browser engine.
Since there are a number of widely-used, standalone eMail clients 'out there' (Thunderbird, Outlook, etc), there is a limited 'market' demand for an internal eMail capability in a browser. Vivaldi is exploring this with their browser, but nothing has yet emerged for public distribution after several years of design effort. An eMail client (either internal or standalone) represents a very reliability-demanding design that must essentially end up glitch-free in all its modes, so there is a limited risk-reward payoff for its design.
I dealt with the problem alone. If someone else has a similar problem, I leave the solution for posterity :). The files have been duplicated. I removed all new folders (with newest data) and changed the old ones with "(2)" in the name to without "(2)". Remember to do such a thing only with those folders and files that are the same as those with "(2)"
-Preferences.backup - this one you have to delete
-Preferences.backup(2)- this one has to be changed to without (2)
I know it is probably no problem for someone who has a basic and elementary knowledge about such a things. But for me it was not obvious and I had no find any solution for this.
-Thank you for answer and solution Trufel.
-No problem Trufel
@Lndrwvski said in Help with extensions!!:
Is there any way to remove all these extensions completely?
No. Consider those extensions built-in functionality that Opera uses to modify Chromium to add features and such.