You might try Instapaper. It is a "read later" service so a bit different from Evernote Clearly but in the end you will get articles in one place without ads, popups and disturbing stuff.
Is there anyway to open a pdf without first downloading it.
There is no way to open any file without downloading it first, you will always have to download even temporarily. It's valid for any program.
For PDFs you can try a pdf reader plugin , like the one that comes with Opera. If it will work or not may depend on the page.
s it possible to save directly to trash?
I don't trhink so.
Maybe that's what he meant - who uses toolbar buttons anyway when you have gestures, keyboard shortcuts, navigation buttons on your mouse (or whatever you use as a pointing device), etc.?
Though as we all recall, Presto's fast back feature had major problems in Gmail and other web apps. That is why they created the History Navigation Mode setting.
The food network home page does not show the link to log in to your account. It shows up in google chrone. but not Opera.
Nobody knows where the FoodNettWörk is. Any URL?
I would post a screen shot, but it does not seem possible in this new forum.
Upload it to https://imgur.com/ and post the link to your screenshot.
On a side note, I thought switching to Blink was suppose to increase innovation and compatibility.
Yes, compatibility increased. But innovation? WHat did you expect what the new browser would make better?
All the features that made Opera 12 desirable, namely, customizeability, seem to be gone, and now opera just seems to be a bad clone of Chrome.
Is their a webpage that lists Opera strengths and advantages, maybe I am missing something.
Thats means reality and wishes. Advertising and Reality differs mostly
I do like the Opera speed dial, and I use it in lieu of bookmarks. This is definitely better than Chrome, and the primary reason I stay with Opera, but beyond this, Opera does not seem to have the advantages it offered with Opera 12.
It just seems like Opera has lost its identity because I do not know what its curb appeal is suppose to be.
Try Vivaldi \o/ and you may be happier!?
Opera shut down my.opera.com and the forums and blogs that were there. Opera then created new forums here. Since Opera Mail is dead and is no longer a focus, they didn't create a mail forum for it. But, you can post in the appropriate Windows, Linux, Mac forum and prefix your thread title with "Opera Mail - " if you want.
Some of the old mail info is at:
The old port info is here.
I see your point. On the other hand, if you look at the new Bookmarks manager, you can create all of the Stash functions there, at least it seems to me you can . . .
You have Unsorted Bookmarks, and then under My folders, reading list, videos, shopping, travel, and you can easily create your own folders. Why if you want, create a folder in My Folders, and call it "Stash." Put your "Stash" type stuff there. This is separate from the main bookmarks bar. So in a way, they have created something that covers the old Stash functions, but is more organized than Stash. And when you click on the heart to the right of the address bar, when you want to save something, you can easily save it to one of the folders, including, if you create a Stash folder, that one.
Now you say, "Stash was not meant to be neat and tidy." Well, just use "unsorted bookmarks" for that un-untidy aspect that you were using Stash for, or create a "Stash" folder, and put your untidy, Stash-type stuff there. Now if you have items that you want to organize a bit, but don't want to bookmark it, just use the "my folders feature." Put the items there. I like that "read later" folder, because one of the uses I made of Stash was to store in Stash, items I wanted to find time to read, but which weren't worth a bookmark. It looks like what they have done now is quite useful for that.
My initial reaction was negative on the treatment of Stash, but now, I'm starting to see that it may really be okay.
Integrated mail is so yesterday... a path being taken by Vivaldi and undoubtedly wanted by an exceedingly small group of users (translation: it will never catch on beyond a group less than 1% of the user population). Opera needs to spend its time on innovation rather than returning to a suite of the 90's.