I'm using Opera 33 on a Lenovo Ultrabook with Windows 10. I have my system set to no proxy, and I have Opera set to no proxy. But when I check my IP address at ipchicken.com and then plug that into whoisarin.net, it comes back as a proxy (ripe network). In Firefox and IE I have both of them also set to no proxy, and when I check my IP address on both of them in ipchicken.com and then plug that into whoisarin.net it comes back as no proxy with my local internet provider listed. What do I need to go to get rid of the proxy in Opera since it is set for no proxy (LAN settings has nothing marked, under Network "use proxy settings" is unchecked)? I am being blocked from a website that does not allow proxies when I try to access it with Opera. Thanks so much for your help!
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Thanks so much for your answer. So what do I do if I want to use any of the commands that are normally on the File, Edit, etc. buttons?
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I'm new to Opera, using it on a Lenovo Ultrabook with Windows 10. I've searched for hours and can't seem to find out if Opera 33 has a toolbar or not. I'm missing the standard toolbar with "file, edit", etc. buttons on it. When I right click where the toolbar should be I get a menu about folders, not about a toolbar. I've tried f11, but that doesn't bring up space for a toolbar. Would someone please tell me if I should have a toolbar and if so what do I need to go to get it? Thanks so much!