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[Solved]Opera title bar bug on Windows 7

  • Windows 7 Home Premium x64
    Some time ago I installed opera developer 45.0.2531.0 on my netbook and it worked fine. When 45.0.2539.0 came out I nanturally updated it and then I saw THIS: It should be more like THIS: I used it a bit and today decided to go back to older version but the problem is still there. Does anyone have a solution for this?

  • Hi @pcuserpl, as far as I know, the last version of the Opera developer, which has those buttons is 45.0.2522.0. If you want them back, you can install this version over the current one, but it will require a bit more steps, than usual installation:

    1. Download one of the off-line installers: 32-bit, or 64-bit version (depending on which version you have already installed), and switch off your internet connection (to prevent the auto-update to the latest version),

    2. Run the current Opera, make a note of the path to the installation root (or copy it) in Menu > Opera About > Paths > Install, close the Opera,

    3. Run the installer, and install new version in the directory from the path (in the current installation root folder), close the Opera,

    4. Open Windows Explorer, and navigate to the folder from the path, you should see two subfolders, which names are Opera's versions: one is the old version, and second should be new one (45.0.2522.0). Remove the folder including old version, and navigate to the 45.0.2522.0 subfolder, rename the opera_autoupdate.exe file to e.g. opera_autoupdate.ex, and re-enable your internet connection.

  • Thank you very much. It helped!