F5 and opera

  • Simple question, how to make opera's f5 key to do server check to determine if the content on a site has been changed?
    I can't seem to make her to re-new a page she keeps digging cache showing old content.. annoying.
    Do i really need to clear the cache every time i want to properly refresh a page? really? i hope not.

  • I visit forums a lot and I find F5 works just like you'd expect. After being on a page for awhile I hit F5 and the new posts and images pop right up. Same with my mail client too.

  • Apparently it doesn't work this way everywhere or i wouldn't have this annoying problem.
    ctrl+R doesn't work and neither does ctrl+F5.
    I need a damn working way to perform forced server check for new content...
    Most hilarious thing that i don't have this problem with shitty IE, does that mean opera is worse than IE? i hope not lol.

  • Can you reproduce this problem in another browser on the same computer right now? If they are also having the problem it might be your ISP caching content on you. Like I said I'm not experiencing the issue and you haven't posted to web page you are having the issue on so its not like anyone else can test it.

  • Dude, did you even read what i wrote? i said i have no problems with IE, right?
    It's like this: I have a flash web player for music right? when i load it with new tracks and delete old ones opera still continue to see old tracks in the playlist... that can only mean 1 thing.. cache that never gets updated.
    To further confirm this i went ahead and deleted opera's cache, immediately after that opera saw the new tracks in the playlist.
    Thing is.. i don't want to every time delete damn cache just to make opera update page status properly... for fks sake.

  • If you were paying money to get help with this you might get away with the vulgarities and salty attitude. The people here are providing help to others for free and out of the kindness of their own hearts. Take that into account the next time you want help from someone. I'm not going to help you any further on this topic.

  • First question - which version of Opera. This sounds like Opera 12.

  • First question - which version of Opera. This sounds like Opera 12.

    No, i am using 26th.
    I remember 12, most stable opera ever made unlike everything that came after.
    And if i recall right it even used to support x64 systems... splendid days they were.

    If you were paying money to get help with this you might get away with the vulgarities and salty attitude. The people here are providing help to others for free and out of the kindness of their own hearts. Take that into account the next time you want help from someone. I'm not going to help you any further on this topic.

    Bugger off then, i have no time for fools who think that they actually been useful.

  • Bugger off then, i have no time for fools who think they actually been useful.

    Less of the personal attacks and attitude. This is a user to user help forum, most people here don't get paid to offer their help and services, let alone take abuse from other members. Remember that.

  • Bugger off then, i have no time for fools who think they actually been useful.

    Less of the personal attacks and attitude. This is a user to user help forum, most people here don't get paid to offer their help and services, let alone take abuse from other members. Remember that.

    And you remember that i do not force anyone to answer to me.
    The thing was meant for whoever made opera (if they even lurk around these parts in the first place) so that they have something to look into.
    It was not meant for some wanna-be helpers who have no idea what they even talking about.

  • Then maybe you should report it as a bug ?, it may then have a better chance of being seen to by the appropriate people.

    https://bugs.opera.com/wizarddesktop/

  • Didn't see that, yes this looks like what i need.
    Thanks, at least someone around here is useful.

  • ...
    And you remember that i do not force anyone to answer to me.
    The thing was meant for whoever made opera (if they even lurk around these parts in the first place) so that they have something to look into.
    It was not meant for some wanna-be helpers who have no idea what they even talking about.

    And, as a suggestion, if any of your future posts are directed purely to "whoever made Opera" instead of the helpers who normally operate here in these forums, please put a note to that effect in the original posts. That way it will save the forum 'helpers' the time wasted in responding to you, and will save you all those electrons inconvenienced in dismissing their help. Thank you.

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