Start the topic with a title that briefly describe the problem so people will know about what this is about.
Don't try to explain all the problem in the title.
Use tags to make it easy for other users to find posts about similar issues. If posting about Opera Mail then add the 'Opera Mail' tag
In the post (body) you should include the following information:
Version of Android
Phone model and manufacturer
Your version of Opera for Android
If the problem is with a page, a link to it
If ad-blocker is enabled or not
If data savings is enabled or not
A screen-shot of the problem if it's related to something not showing as should
A description of the problem, including as much as information as possible
Steps to (try to) reproduce the issue
Expected behavior and actual one
opera:config belongs to versions before Opera 14 - in the case of Android that would be what is called Opera Classic. Completely different thing.
It can't be done automatically, but if you want to you can essentially take a snapshot of the current page using "Add to ... Offline pages". Since it is actually saved to your device it won't update.
@leocg said in Is there a way to strip away the blocked ad elements on Opera Android?:
Not that I know.
So, i've found that the beta version on Android seems to do this with the default ad block. It works well too!
Ah, okay. I edited your title to be clearer. One feature I do like about Firefox for Android (links from other apps don't cause it to steal focus). Sorry, no idea if they've given it serious consideration, but it has been suggested before - quite some time ago.
Let me check ... though I suppose you can delete the cache through Android's settings. But no, it should probably be covered under the "browsing history" option. Keeping the cache would invalidate clearing the recent history since anyone with the right access could just examine the cache to determine where you'd visited.