pbw, you can now find the Mailto button extension in the extension catalog. It will add a context-menu entry when you right-click on a website and a toolbar button. The toolbar button can be hidden from the extension manager if you do not want it.
The number of visible extensions is determined by how wide your window is. This is configured automatically.
As rafaelluik says above, you can choose which ones to have visible and not from the Extension manager.
That's simple: you can't install extensions in that version of Opera because the Extension framework was introduced in Opera 11. If you're using PPC unfortunately there's no way you can use a recent version of opera, but you can block ads right-clicking on them and then selecting the right entry in the context menu.
I have this problem and found this really annoying too.
Mac OS X 10.9.1
Almost everytime, when I hit the enter key in the address bar.
Sometimes it will,
- bring me to google search even I enter a URL
- show no response, empty page when I enter a URL, or a search token ( I need to go back to the address bar and enter key couple more times to get it work. )
- When I enter search token, it only search part of my token. ( I needed to wait for like 2-3 sec to get it display the dropdown list in order get it runs correctly. Maybe it's better to start giving me search suggestion if I stop entering for like 2-3 second. For speedy search token entered, I DON'T need suggestion since I know what I need to search...)
PS: This is the first time I use Opera.
Fair enough, but that's only valid for the hover effect. Opera's buttons don't change even in their pressed state, which buttons do in e.g. Finder or Safari.
Furthermore I think the reason I find the lack of hover effect jarring in Opera is that its buttons don't really look like buttons in other OS X apps, those are usually outlined and look like well... buttons.
Not for me -- still have the encoding problem on Windows. Looks like this:
IE, Firefox, Safari, etc - no other browsers seem to have the problem. Opera also doesn't always shut down, and I won't know until I try to run it hours later - I get a 'Opera is still shutting down' message with an option to force it to start. It also bombs fairly often with Yahoo mail.
Dunno what happened - Opera used to be great. Just seems a bit shoddy now.
Originally posted by daniel:
It could well be that this scenario is not covered by the existing feature set. I’ll investigate.
Do you have any updates? If this feature has been removed permanently, that would be disappointing.