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Two browser windows open means all tabs deleted upon restart

  • @leocg Apologies. I'm --not-- shouting but it's my way of providing the emphasis that a voice can. ADBL

  • @leocg is there a rule for caps *just ask 'n..

  • @nvmjustagirl Yes, there is.

  • @leocg ok coz sumtimes i use caps when start 'n a sentence & other stuff..

  • @allisondbl You can use text styling to show emphasis if it's really needed. 99,9% of the times, it isn't.

  • @nvmjustagirl There is no problem in regular use of caps.

  • @leocg Thanks..

  • I tested this in Opera Stable and Opera Developer. Both are set to "continue where I left off".

    In Opera Developer, I open it, and use ctrl + n to open more windows and then navigate to at least one site in each window. Then, I load up the task manager (windows 10), make sure the entry for Opera is collapsed and choose "end task" to kill Opera. Then, when I open Opera up, only the last window is restored.

    Testing in Opera Stable, all the windows are restored.

    I also tested opening multiple windows, closing all but the first and then killing Opera to see if the last opened windows wasn't restored, but it was no problem (even in Opera Developer).

    So, I can kind of reproduce some issue in Opera Developer.

    I'll have to test with actually restarting Windows instead of killing Opera to see if it changes anything.

  • If you read the markdown formatting guide, you can place asterisks around text for bold, or underline or slash characters for italics. Unfortunately the forum seems to treat both as italics (and not recognize slash at all).

    But again, you should close Opera before a shutdown or reboot if at all possible,

  • @sgunhouse According to the formatting toolbar, it's one asterisk for italic and two for bold.

  • @burnout426 Thank you for working on this; I wanted to make sure this problem doesn't vanish into the aether. With respect to all, please let's not sidetrack into the --best-- way to handle Opera, but focus on the simple issue, just: if two Opera windows --are-- open when the computer shuts down, that the tabs in the first window are lost and, for some reason, do not seem to appear in the History.

    So a way to ensure those tabs do not vanish would be appreciated.

    Thank you!

  • In addition to this useful suggestion:
    Often second window opened when need to open private tab.
    If then close first window, Opera lost previously opened tabs! (just because I forgot to close private window first)
    But wait, windows with private tabs should not (and does not) remember tabs. So private should not be counted as last window to remember opened tabs.

    For example:

    • window1 has 20 opened tabs.
    • open new private window2
    • close window1 -> it should now remember all opened tabs, because it is last regular window and private windows should not be counted.
    • regardless of closing private window2 ...
    • ... if I open another not private window - it should restore all 20 previous tabs - because it is first regular window

    I believe this logic make sence

  • This just happened to me - nightmare. No recover options. Uninstalling and deleting Opera.

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