Originally posted by leushino:
Safari? A "high end" browser? :lol: :lol: :lol:
actually, i said apple will support the webkit open source project and that that project will produce high end browsers (as it has in the past). blink forked from it and put it in a position of irrelevance or lack of funding. now apple will support that original direction. googles open source source will be blink, and apple's open source source will be webkit. instead of webkit disintegrating, it will continue to be the source of high end browsers in the future.
since the open source boys like multiple platforms, i infered that safari (which is webkit) will once more appear on the windows os (as it developes into something new and therefore eliminates the current security holes ... maybe(?)).
Originally posted by Pesala:
Originally posted by kaisertho:
When will this function of synchro with opera link be back ?
The usual answer — when it's ready.
Follow the Desktop Team Blogs and install the Next and Developer versions to see what's coming in the near future.
that's not what i wanted to know. There are no hints that this function will be back in near future.
So meh, it really saddened me to see Opera Unite disappear. With a bit of more work, would have turned Opera into THE browser to have. Right now I'm using Maxthon for most of the time and turning back to Opera a few times a month to check updates on both 12.x and the Alpha/Beta/failed-Crome-copyacat/whatever-you-call-it-that-silly-version-without-bookmarks.
If they can't maintain the Community features at least, then I am sure Opera will disappear in two years max. I'd really love to see it stay but I can't deny what I see. A real pity...
Originally posted by Pesala:
Originally posted by omine:
Was already sufficiently discussed and answered here.
Indeed, but taurusx5 is ignorant so whatever solutions people provide “doesn't work” for him.
I found a solution that works for me.
That thread doesnt provide an answer but Pesala is being so girly that he doesnt realize how feminine hes becoming in this thinking.
No program running in the background that should simulate clicks. Especially why should it simulate a click in Opera, but does not in Firefox or Internet Explorer? I would notice simulated clicks in games either. Unfortunately nothing like that running on my system.
thanks. deleting the web data file helped me out, but I agree that Opera should fix this and enable deleting Autofill data by using "Clear private data..."
On a Mac you can find your profile data path via Opera -> About Opera. in my case it was /Users/username/Library/Application Support/com.operasoftware.Opera
(current version 19.0.1326.63, Mac OS X 10.9.1)
Bottom line: if there were an easy and straight-forward method to specify fit-to-width on a per-site basis, I don't think so many users would have been asking for such a method (and within site preferences, in particular) for literally years.
Originally posted by Operetta:
Well, that's actually exactly what I mean. I guess I was misusing the term metadata. What does metadata actually mean?
It is metadata. There is also a dedicated element for metadata, however. And in this case, if it were part of the web page you'd have something like
<link rel='canonical' href='http://whatever' >
I have the same problem in Opera 19 (19.0.1326.63) on Mac OS X Mavericks (10.9.1).
The live.com login/auth page is blank. Have to reload page to get login dialog. And it fails no matter what I do.
Logging in work in other browsers, gecko based and WebKit based ... So, it's not my credentials that wrong.
Anyone working on fixing this? :doh: