It does not work, the situation is the same as the previous message, moreover it asks for the password to access the wallet and creates the directory but does not appear in the connected applications in kwalletmanager
The same happened to me, but I tried setting up the DNS settings to 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124 and it started working again.
See this tutorial: https://www.hows.tech/2019/06/dns-probe-finished-no-internet.html
You need to check DNS Server Settings in the configurations.
I also experience some lag when typing in the address bar, I do not remember since when, but definitely befora v58.
I did not know about the better-address-bar flag, so I just disabled it, although I see no noticeable difference.
Debian testing x64, 4.19.37, nvidia-legacy 340.107. Opera wise, I have hardware acceleration disabled.
Of course Opera can copy a link. Mind you, the menu reads "Copy link address", but it is right there.
As far as a download link, let's try this. This page is an image of a cat I posted on Flickr some time ago. In the lower right corner of the black area will be a downward-pointing arrow; clicking the arrow will give a list of available sizes to download and also "View all sizes". Just not to get carried away, let's say we click the "Medium (640x360)" link (though it is my photo and you can pick any size). Whether you do that in IE, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera or whatever other browser, that link is only supposed to download the photo. If it actually opens in IE, then IE is doing it wrong.
@starting said in OPERA, OWA and emails:
@jimunderscorep Thanks for your sugestion. Opera 45 is the last version
produced before Debian Jessie was superceded by Debian Stretch, the
next release of Debian. I did not want to install a later version of opera in case Jessie could not support it. In any case being able to access menus seems to me to be fairly standard operations that a browser should be able to do. I am not curently able to update to Stretch, but that is in the
So? If the required dependencies are met, you can install it on jessie and check if it works.
A (debian) release's eol (= end of life) is not when the new release comes out, but when the devs stop supporting it.
Here's a method that works in current Opera.
Install the Reader View extension.
Activate Reader View on the page you wish to save.
Toggle Images "Off" from the Reader View icon at the left of the page.
Saving as PDF may not capture the whole page, so save as HTML by clicking the Reader View icon at the left of the page.
Open the saved HTML in Opera, and then save as PDF.
@SilverFox66 said in Opera Updates Change Mail Handler Preferences:
The only thing at that URL, was "Allow sites to ask to become default handlers for protocols (recommended)".
Okay. That means no website handlers are/were interfering. Must be something in the update script for Opera that does it.
@jimunderscorep said in Problem with saved passwords in Opera 62.0.3331.18 on Linux Mint 18.3:
Assuming that it is not a hardware failure, possibly the ram or the hdd, then opera's profile is probably corrupt. Backup your favorites, delete ~/.config/opera and start fresh.
Thanks for the reply. I'll give that a try!