@pepak: Yep, you can run the "launcher.exe" with the "--help" switch (or the "/help" switch), which should display a list of the features available through command-line switches, as in this link.
In addition - as the new Opera is based on the Chromium project, - you can also try to experiment with the Chromium command line switches, but you should be aware, that not all of them may work properly in the Opera.
tab panel googel-like (every overlay window, that i attach to the top of desktop make access to the tabs unavailable);
no bookmarks (some stupid favs);
no customisation option (worse than google chrome);
native web-engine GUI, what Opera has become (adress field and content field, lol);
I guess OP want old inteface Opera with new Blink RENDER engine. And OP, like me, did not understand - What's the problem?
Why was it necessary to do cripple interface to new engine?
write from new oepra. my english is looks like new browser. enjoy :3
No. I meant autosave.win. autoopera.win is just the incorrect filename listed in the path for the "Automatic Window Storage File" setting in opera:config when the setting hasn't been changed by the user yet.
Depends ... in Opera 12.x, you could set it so that when you middle-click the tab bar to open a new tab, it automatically treats it as a Paste and Go in new tab (that is, pastes the clipboard into the new Tab's address bar and goes to that address). If they re-implemented that in the new Opera, it would not be duplicative. Not that most people - other than some Linux users - were even aware of that option ...
The main feed, twitter.com when you're logged in work fine, the problem is when you go someone profile page, the new version that look like facebook that twitter release a few month ago doesn't work right.
Hi @ns001, close the Opera, go to the Opera's profile directory (you can find the path in O-Menu->About Opera->Paths->Profile), open the "Preferences" file in your text editor, and make sure that the first 10 lines will be exactly the same as below:
I would also think about running 'chkdsk /r or /f' or maybe some other hard drive integrity/error checking software. A check of the condition of your R.A.M (modules) might be worth investigating to (memtest86).
1600x900 on what size screen, though. My latest laptop (an ultrabook) is 1600x900, but at 14 inches diagonal has a slightly lower DPI than the above-mentioned netbook. The netbok is 140 DPI, the ultrabook is only 135. They've said 200 is official HiDPI though for the record yesterday I did read about a tablet with a DPI of 538!