Hmm, I can't seem to reproduce the issue.
@bbildman said in Delay On responding to mouse click at Amazon Pages:
It just started in this build?
You tried disabling your extensions to see if one of your extensions doesn't work right with this build?
@bbildman said in Ad Blocking being detected by sites.:
Now that Opera has become so adept at ad-blocking, so have web sites become adept at detecting I am blocking their ads...what now??
It would be better to have an option to capture full scrollable screenshot and instead of have an option to save in multiple formats it would be much better if I can create and manage sharable links like Lightshot software.
There had been an Opera version some time ago where simply opening a new tab on my netbook took so long that I had considered temporarily switching to another web browser. This had also been noticed by other users and reported here.
Since then, I notice slight changes in the way new Opera versions open and display the start page and speed dial icons on my device, so I think the development team is still optimizing these processes.
@bbildman said in Snapshot requests:
What I am looking for in Snapshot is what Lighshot offers::
#1 The ability for Opera to remember where it stored the last Snapshot image, like it does for ALL downloads.
#2 The ability to save the image in more than a .png image format, like Lighthot does.
Until then it is useless.
I completely agree with your two requests. I do not understand how they have not added them yet.
It is very annoying that the snapshots are saved to the desktop by default and I always have to change to another folder.
@leocg It should be changed for the same reason that you wouldn't use flourescent green or yellow; it's displeasing to the eye. Look at some publicity photos of Madge in the 80's and you'll get an idea. It's just bad design principle. It's the colour of old. It's a Florida-retirement-village-no-under-55's-allowed colour. Is that a good enough reason to rid us of this abomination?
@bbildman said in Speed Dial Page Issue (New R3):
I think using the zoom feature will increase the size of the "miniatures" (icons).
But using of a zoom increases size of Bookmarks too. And this is not good solution.
"Save as pdf" is special in that it's a picture that's as wide and as tall as the site (or the selection you've made). You can ctrl + p instead and choose "save as pdf" to print to a pdf instead. That'll paginate everything and should make the size look better.
For the non-print "Save as pdf", I'd try the pdf file that's created in a reader besides Adobe. It' has known bugs dealing with large widths and heights.