I played it from here and it was fine.
And from the D93 popup player at bottom of link for Tunein Radio
Maybew it will play better for you out of TuneIn Radio. It's one of their stations. You could register with them (they have tons of stations) and see if it makes a difference. To be able to register, I think you'll have to disable any ad blocker, or you may have, or whitelist the site from your adblocker.
I can't figure out why you're having a problem. You're have more ram than I do. I'm not sure about the rest but it sounds good. Do you by any chance have Off-Road mode on with Opera 21. If so, that might be causing a problem. It prevented me -- when I had it on -- from playing Pandora. I was able to play your station, but you might want to check it. Make sure Off-Road mode is off. Also, I'm assuming you got your Flash update IN the Opera browser. In other words, WITH Opera 21 you went to the website for it.. If not, take Opera 21 to the site and try downloading and installing again. It can't hurt
You get a sidebar in Neater Bookmarks too. I had two problems with Chrookmarks: (1) it was a bit slow loading for me when I clicked on it, as if the bookmarks weren't in my computer but had to br downloaded. Neater Bookmarks is fairly instant, and (2) I have bookmarks, and beneath them imported bookmarks (which need to be incorporated into my bookmarks). Not sure where they all came from, but I need to take a look at them and save some into my bookmarks. With Tidy Bookmarks, which I tried first, and Chrookmarks afterwards, I could not cut and paste the imported bookmark into my bookmarks, or drag them there (very strange, it seemed). So I had to open the webpage for each imported bookmark, decide whether to keep it as a bookmark in my regular bookmarks. if so, I made a bookmark in my regular bookmarks, and then deleted it from imported. A rather arduous undertaking. With Neater Bookmarks, I could drag the imported bookmarks into regular bookmarks. That made incorporating the imported bookmarks into regular bookmarks simple. I could probably cut and paste too, with Neater Bookmarks, but I'm not at my desktop to check. Now maybe an update has fixed the Tidy Bookmarks and Chrookmarks problems, but that was my perception of them.
I agree. It is nice, at least, that the same keyboard shortcuts (with the control key) (or with the middle key of the mouse) works the same for bookmarks and links, so it's easier to remember. I think I like the control-left-click (or control-shift-left click) option better too. Good luck! Maybe that extension will be out there which gives you what you want (or it will come in the near future). As I say, I found a few with the purported feature, but when I tested them, they didn't work for me. Not sure why. Using the keyboard shortcut can be better, because there may be times you want to open a bookmark or link in the same tab.
By the way, did you know for searches in the Omni-Search (main address) bar, if you hold the alt key down and press enter, the search will open in a new tab too? If you didn't know that, it's a good one.
And anyway, Pressing CTRL+T and CTRL+V does not perform a 'Paste and go'
Who said it should perform Paste & Go? lol
But the original poster did not perform what you did above (from what they wrote), They said (from what they wrote) it happens "that often if openng a TAB and quickly doing CTRL+V of an url then opera is doing the mistake to add the text "About:Blank"". As-in, they were not bashing the keys (CTRL+T and CTRL+V) repeatedly. It's like me bashing the power button on my PC repeatedly and wondering why it crashes or fails to boot.
Ctrl+T+V+T+V+T+V+T+V+T+V is a way to simulate the problem caused by "quickly pasting after opening a new tab" more easily.
The old version and old profile folder including your email database is still installed in your PC, just look for it.
Also, you created a new account just to duplicate your old topic?
You might want to go through this thread.
If you have Windows 7, you can (through its personalization feature (right click on a blank spot on your desktop to get started: the discussion is in the thread) change the size of "Menu" in windows. Also, if you adjust "Message Box," you can make the font bigger on your Opera tabs, and alongside your personal tool bar folders. I changed mine from a font size of 9 to one of 10, and the change is relatively modest. I tried 11, and it was greater. I tried a bold, and it was very pronounced. So I went back to 10, non-bold for the time being, for a modest change. I don't think the choice has to be too small or too large (which is what you were concerned about in your post). Now when you make a change to Menus and or "Message Box," in Pesonalization/Windows, it applies across the board in Windows, so it affects your font in your right click context menu, and menus and some other items elsewhere, but if you need the change in Opera, it may be fine elsewhere for you. You can also in Personalization change the display for the overall font, or rely on the zoom feature in the Opera menu for that. Just remember what you started with on your settings, because you can always return to it.
Sorry, forget the question. I found the proper add-on.
Edit: Actually, there'sno need for another bookmarks manager. It appears that copying the bookmarks from Kromi/Chrome into Opera Next added exactly the same "drawers" (or whatever) into bookmarks bar that I've had with Kromi/Chrome. The functionality I've missed is there - as long as I bother to keep the bookmarks bar on.
Thanks a lot ! It seems that i have deleteded all by the manual way. but i obvious forgot to look at the shortcuts to Opera, there the bad guy was hiding. Anyways the tip you gave me was very helpfull. Thanks again.
You'd have to get the Chrome Extension Of click@Clean. i don't think there's an Opera extension of it, though you can check. I'm not at my desktop right now to make certain. You know that you can download and install a Chrome extension in Opera as long as you have the Opera Extension, "Download Chrome Extension." IE's approach sounds pretty good. I think with opera, you can set it not to keep cookies after the browser is closed, but that's not enough for what you want. As long as you can remember. I think " control shift delete" is the keyboard shortcut to bring up the privacy stuff for deletion. So it can be done quite quickly if you get in the habit. A good habit,;) and you"re sitting on easy street.
Opera 21 relies on third party extensions for extra functionality. When add-on type items are built into the basic browser, they complicate the browser, and many people do not need or want the feature. The new model is for people who want the download to get the add-on -- not for all users of Opera to have a feature, many don't need or want. If you don't want any extensions, you might want to consider staying with Opera 12 (which has a lot of add-on type features) thrown into the browser, or go with Opera 21 for its leanness, speed, and the way it accesses sites better (and not worry about every feature you once had in Opera 12 that is no longer there. It's a choice to be made if you won't consider extensions. Now I use Ad-block plus with Opera 21, and find it great. I believe the company that makes it, EyeoGmbH also provide that extension to Firefox and Chrome, and seem to have excellent experience and expertise in the area of ad-blocking. Here's a something about adblock (which is open source and has different ownership from AdBlock plus) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AdBlock and a faq on ad-block plus that you may find helpful. https://adblockplus.org/en/about Third Party doesn't necessarily mean something is bad.