Click on My folders in the side bar to manage your folders.
Depending on your version, you can also use the context-menu on the sidebar itself.
Heey, I learned something new today. Thank you. I always thought that "My Folders" is just a text title. So I never clicked it. Anyway, the option to do it directly from the list is surely a nice addition. And, at least as an ex Windows user, seems a bit more intuitive to edit/delete those folders directly from the list, rather then entering anther section and managing them from there... But nonetheless, I learned something new today. So thank you for that.
I installed Opera 26 Beta and so far it does not show that pop-up panel at the bottom.
Well, as I said, that fresh install wasn't really fresh. Now, to be honest, I have no idea where does Opera save its config and data files, cause I'm pretty sure that's what's causing you these issues. Not sure why you didn't go for the Developer version. It's absolutely nothing wrong with it. For what it's worth, it's better than any other Opera version. Anyway, your issue is not related to opera. It's related to the messed up config files on your computer. And now that you installed another version, you know that's true.
By the way, nice wallpaper. What is it?
@aeyoun That fix the same in the stable channel? Opera Helper still crashes after changing opera://flags/#proprietary-media-types-playback to default (which is disabled in Stable stream), @aeyoun I can email you the crash report (I have the Apple Problem Report for Opera Helper open in the background (send you the text))
25.0.1614.68 still has the Opera helper crashes (Sent all of the crash reports to Apple) that crashes also happen with a loud buzz from the speakers (any audio that is playing is lowered down before the buzz and then back to normal afterwards)
Also I don't know why the Spelling and grammar is greyed out in the edit menu (on this comment box and in the Desktop team blog comments)
The problem most of you are experiencing can be worked around by disabling this flag.
This is not recommended. Please remember to turn it back on again after the next update. (Eventually it will turn itself on by it self, but that could take half a year.)
A fix is on the way, but we cannot make any promises as to when it will be available. Possibly next week.
Well, as said, I went back. But I did it exactly when opera next was at 25 and opera was at 25 too. Guess it only works if the number is equal or higher to the version you are running. Maybe the move "back" was also what stopped extensions from functioning.
Hi @cd1515, you can install the "AddThis - Share & Bookmark" extension - to install it, you must first install one of the following extensions: "Extension source viewer", or "Download Chrome Extension" \m/ :cheers: