How to disable "download complete" pop-up window notification in Opera?
buckethead2010 last edited by
So..whenever I finishing download a file in Opera (OSX 10.10 / Opera v. 27.0),
this little window pops up to the upper right corner that says:
"xxxx" download complete.
How do you disable it..?
I have searched everywhere on the internet and in the forum and have read the official Opera user guide but couldn't find any real answers.
I found this pop-up window highly obstructive and distracting and it's almost driving me crazy.
Any help/answer is appreciated. Thanks in advance!
rrzepecki last edited by
I cannot be disabled. It notifies you that the download has been completed.
umutkazdal last edited by
Opera treats that notification as a standalone page. For example, when I open an image in new tab and shift+click on the image to save it to my computer, that notification comes up. Then I want to close the tab using command+w and this command closes the notification only. To close the actual tab, I need to do another command+w which is very annoying. That notification either should be disabled or needs to be improved.
bustycatt last edited by
This really needs to be addressed. It hinders web surfing, particularly when downloading images, and doesn't make sense in terms of providing a minimalistic interface.
linuxknight last edited by
Since a recent update I no longer receive a notification that a download is complete. In the past I would just click said notification to launch or view whatever I downloaded. Does anyone know to re-enable this notification?
As a work around, every download I have to click CTRL+J to get the downloads tab open and use that instead. Any ideas?
fnordmeister last edited by
It cannot be disabled. It notifies you that the download has been completed.
Then maybe someone should code in a way to keep it from popping up. As well as a "clear downloads after they're complete" option.