Just for clarification, I am not talking about speed dial ads, I am talking about Amazon.com having a popup every other time I visit their website asking if I want to install their intrusive shopping extension.
Older versions allowed me to prevent these annoying popups from appearing, the same way I would globally prevent the browser from asking if I want to allow location.
This has since been removed and I am wondering why? Did Opera just simply decide that the payout from Amazon was enough to build in a defect so bad that the offset was worth it to them?
I thought we all unanimously agreed, back in the 90's, that popups were bad. I mean, even Google will can you entire site for doing it. But some how Opera managed to resurrect the allowance of it for Amazon, presumably for profit?
I am truly truly disappointed.
@leocg: I just disabled all extensions. O worked fine with B of A. I then enabled a few extensions at a time and O worked find. I then enabled all extensions and O worked fine. Strange. Maybe just toggling the extensions fixed the issue!?
Thanks for the suggestion.