ok, update, i found how to fix this problem
go to the address/search bar on top, type opera://flags
then type smooth scrolling on the search bar in the flags page which is called Experiments.
then click disable
then restart Opera and boom, scrolling's back to normal now.
i fixed my scrolling issue. hope this helps everyone else with this same issue.
I have the same problem with Flash 18/19 inside Opera 32 (Flash 17 peeper version doesn't have this issue), freezing tabs with flash content after certain time of use.
Unfortunately Windows version refuses to use old flash so i cannot go back (Linux version does)
ahh I hate derailing actual topics - so please tell me if I should rather open an extra topic about that.
So, I am running a standalone version of Opera26 here, and is the a way to test out this pepper flash thingy without it interfering something else on my computer?
I got very reluctant about updates and new software this year as I mainly had bad experience.
Sounds to me that computer is barely able to run Vista let alone any browser, you can speed that computer up a little by going into Msconfig, and shutting off everything except the Firewall and the Antivirus, Install Ccleaner and run it and then do a defrag and then reboot