Hmm. I've tried it with a couple of different usb portable installations, and I was using it last night no problem.
It might be the website or the intenet connection I"m on.
Seems to work, but takes very long to 'load' of which I find weird since I would assume since the html is already loaded in memory
At least some of the forum threads are archived in the Wayback Machine ( http://www.archive.org/web/web.php }, but I've not been able to get a successful search result there for rilef's postings per se. For whatever reason his posts were deleted from these forums, they appear to be gone for good from here... I doubt Opera keeps "archive" copies of the forums, though they may have some routine periodic server backups that date back a few weeks.
I first stumbled on the deletion issue when I attempted to direct another user to a URL I'd saved referring to one of rilef's threads that answered a question this other user was asking, only to find the URL dead. That set me off on something of a quest, and I found a couple others of his URL's that were also dead. In one thread, I had been dialoguing with him about a problem solution, and a section of one of his comments that I quoted in response to him still appears if I pull up that thread, but his original post that I quoted from (plus all his other posts there) are gone from the thread. It's like a complete purge has occurred...
edit to update: In checking his profile page ( http://my.opera.com/rilef/ ), he's still listed as a member of the Community. But it appears that all his posts prior to 17 December are gone - only 11 are listed, all since then and none since 26 December. I'm guessing the purging may be something he may have done himself for some reason (perhaps major dis-satisfaction with Opera?).
Try to disabe all extensions/user JS/filtering.
Opera 12.16 is the latest and the last (forever). Development of Opera as you knew it has ceased.
The browsers labeled as Opera with higher version numbers are a total different browser. The only resemblance with Opera 12 is the red Opera-icon.
You can install it alongside Opera 12 and see for yourself. Don't blame me in case you won't like it.
BTW, some of them are final releases.
Webkit/Blink/Chrom-ish rendering engines (upon which Opera >15 is based) use one process ("instance") for itself, one for each opened tab, and one for each extension... so 8 processes is not a surprising number. The intent of that particular engine design is that a crash in one process will not take down all the others, unlike a single-process browser where a crash in a tab or extension will probably take down the whole browser. Just because there are multiple processes running does not inherently mean the combined memory usage must be very high . That depends on what's going on in each process. Some content in a tab or some extensions when running take a lot more memory than others.
Thanks. So the only way to clear typed history is to clear my entire browsing history? I tried clearing cookies and other site data, as well as emptying cache, but the mistyped url kept appearing in the autofill. I had to clear my entire browsing history to remove the url.
Originally posted by Paulynator:
Thanks. I don't know how I didn't see it. I'll be more careful.
Well, the bar, and my manager shows that I don't have any bookmarks (I've had to reinstall everything on this pc recently) yet Opera Link shows them all. Is there a way to get them from Opera Link back into the browser? Thanks for all your help!
No, link works only with Opera presto, new Opera have new sync feature that is still in development
and you can't import HTML bookmarks file in new Opera (some extensions allow it, like this one)
best/easy way to import your bookmarks into new Opera is to copy bookmark file from chrome (or any chromium) profile folder into opera profile folder...if you have chrome/chromiums
If not...well...then you need to import them from old Opera
add coomand line switch to your Opera desktop shortcut in right click>>properties>>target
...and start Opera (new) with that shortcut...it will take couple of seconds to import bookmarks, logins...
1) you need space after your opera path in target field
2) command line switch is NOT under path quotes
3) ROAMING_PROFILE_DIR is Opera profile folder in C:\Users\USAR_NAME\AppData\Roaming\Opera\Opera (usually is like that)
4) if you have 64x version of opera, rename that folder so it doesn't contain space
5) after you done importing, remove command line switch from shortcut...or it will start process again
but it would be much easier to import file from chrome
Originally posted by jarodsafehouse71:
My mouse is the problem. LOL
Forget about the mouse thing, of course it has nothing to do with keyboard keys. That's "advanced keyboard shortcuts" that you may need to enable.