It just didn't install. I did receive a message, which I can't remember now, but it did advise that there was some incompatibility between Lastpass and Opera.
Thanks for the attemps to help leocg. I only installed opera as a trial, to see how it was, and have decided not to persevere with trying to add Lastpass to it. I have been using Firefox very happily for many years and have decided to still use it as my main browser.
Will probably keep Opera on my PC for general searches though.
Not creating a new topic and my old "Movie" one being closed, here it goes:)
"Adam-12" - a good old series!
Being a linguist and doing better with phonological spelling, caught a couple of funny "lazy" talk results.
Selling a new English word to you. "Bananasly":) American vowels are pronounced differently, plus a final consonant approximation in "but":)
The "laziness" again - legit thing but still: the operator says "handle code 3" and it sounds exactly "anal code 3", /h/ being quite weak on the Comstock (the composer - LOVES pipes) background (and in some dialects almost silent) and /d/ usual loss in American English between consonants.
(The Lounge seems very loosely populated and I'm having wagons of topics not yet deleted.
If interest, I'd start some.)
On Windows search, look for 'proxy'. It should show you the shortcut to 'se proxy server'
Click on it and, in the internet properties window that will open, click on 'lan settings'
Uncheck 'automatically detect settings'
Check if the browsers work.
@cratte There isn't but the author of the topic or anyone else can always indicate what solution solved the problem, so others can benefit from it.
Usually solved threads are closed to avoid confusion.
@zalex108 said in Antivirus displays my location:
Look at the website for the API settings warning message in case it doesn't connect.
Check the previous provided link.
change the ZPN Settings to Api, as if it was Android.
I agree but whats the point if nobody else seams interesting to help me confirm it actually blocks or not.
I have a software that actually blocks things like this anyway and is not browser dependent so I'll guess I just stick with that.
Thanks for all the replies @leocg
Judging from some of the recent similar negative comments at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.opera.app.news&hl=en_US&showAllReviews=true, there are others with the same issue. You might try contacting the app's feedback line at: firstname.lastname@example.org