Which extension are you talking about? We'll need some more details here.
You can find your browser version in opera:about — it should automatically update, so even if you downloaded it a few months ago, you should have the latest version installed by now.
There are a few on addons.opeera.com ... they were called "skins" and searching for that term brings up the few they have (and a few themes that just happen to have the word "skin" in the title, of course).
Otherwise ... if you're looking for any in particular, just ask. I still have some in my Opera 12 profile; I'm sure others do as well.
indonesian, i know it about that ...the single problem is that i don't know how to add a custom bbcode, something like this i need [center][img] img link[/img][title=blue]title[/title][/center] and further on if i want to customize this code i dont see any option
Yes, the default time is 3 hours unless the RSS specifies different time. You can also change this time manually by clicking on a feed with right mouse button, selecting properties and changing "Update" time.
Hi @saurabhdua, you can try the "Download Master" extension, and also the "DownloadAll" extension, but to install them, you need firstly install the "Download Chrome Extension" extension, or use the direct links, as follow: Download Master - direct install, and DownloadAll - direct install.
Sure it's possible. It's like when you first install operating system without any additional software. It's running fine (sure depending on hardware, ram,....). But as you add more custom applications and services in time like Antivirus, Firewall, ... then system will became slower.
It's the same with extensions. If you install more of them, they can use more RAM, or even more CPU. Still it's also question of what exactly is extension doing. Some can "only" reserve more RAM, but use CPU time only on user action. Some can interact with pages/tabs, so they will use more of resources. So some you won't even recognize, but some can degrade your performance.
You can also see some of statistics in options. First you need to enable Developer Tools at: "More Tools > Enable developer tools". Then open statistics "Developer Tools > Task Manager".
The one I use is simple notepad. Doesn't have all of the functionality you want, but looks neat, works well and saves them in the browser. Also has an option for using opera notes style layout.