There are no known issues in this area at the moment.
Please ask the extension developers for support.
You can get some more information by opening the Extension Manager (Command–Shift–E), enabling Developer Mode, and clicking Inspect Background Process for the affected extensions.
Really this is the same problem I was facing 3 months back. My all files were hidden whatever I had downloaded were missing. I was looking for hidden files app similar to this one http://www.showhiddenfilesmac.com, that can easily help me out to display the hidden files I have downloaded.
I have tried,
defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles TRUE
defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles FALSE
but it does not work for me.
Because your Mac's hardware is based on the old PowerPC (and not the new/er Intel) architecture, the latest version of Opera that will run on your Mac is 10.63.
Choose either of those files that do not contain 'Intel' in their file name for the correct ones for your machine.
There is no way to sync yet, but we are working very hard making that happen.
If you are an advance user, I’ll drop one keyword that may make your day better: symlink the Opera Next preference directory to the Opera Developer directory. They will then share settings and data. This is unsupported, but it will work from a technical perspective. (I’ll not help you on the specifics here because you need medium skills to not break such a setup.)
I think there should be option box in Operas options. It's really frustrating to try to create script for command line argument. Really there should be a toggle in Options menu to allow this. Firefox has it already (Always open in private mode).
jugimaster, are you saying you don't want Google to know about your internet activity but you are OK to share it with anyone else who wants to track you?? Because that's what your post sounds like to me.
Btw, I wasn't telling you 'any of that' my post was addressed to shiranaihito in response to his comments.
How is it redistribution though? It is just using the "package manager" in OS X so it can be installed using automated tools.
There is an issue with Package Maker though:
DEPRECATED: Package Maker app.
Apple offer "Product Build" so it can be used with either the "package manager" in OS X or with the App Store.
It just seems like it would be easier to just offer a pkg format from Opera that could be used. Even Adobe does this for Flash; albeit not from the normal download section. Most other software, the .pkg is in the .dmg file so all you have to do is copy it out of there. Opera provides a .dmg but within it is just Opera.app that goes in the "Applications" folder.