I assume a bug, as I can't remember seeing that as I was using the 48 version as a clean slate, before I coppied the files.
thanks for the help.
Will keep it in mind when I update my regular Opera to the new version, maybe next year
Another question, in this folder, I only find one installation of Opera. Where would I find the others and old versions data?
Unless you do a stand-alone install, all your Opera installations will share the same profile folder.
Ah, thank you. And a quote from the comment on the bgr page
"Youtube has form for taking away useful features valued by users." - Not only YT, somehow IT-folks and we engineers have a habit of getting rid of neat features.
One more thing I kinda saw yesterday evening, the contrast is out of whack somehow. I rewatched a few videos with this new player, and well it is really hard to watch, as the dark sections of a video (say shadow) are way darker than before, and the bright sections are brighter than before. Making watching and seeing things extremely hard.
Someone else experienced that?
Btw, good thing this change isn't related to Opera, image what you would hear in the Forums if people like I all of sudden can't see, can't read, or can't watch videos like we used to do.
As I've said, I'm way to confused now than to know what ever I was thinking just before nor have clue what else would be missing than.
So sorry to bother you folks.
Thread can be closed as all is fine, and its just a dumb user here getting things mixed up.
ahhh my mistake
was looking at it, I kinda read the 3rd entry as "install for the other user" this PC has
Thank you very much.
Btw, the English UI is way more clear on that "stand-alone" topic, compared to the German version
As this roll-back to a previous version was not working at all.
Can someone tell me if its "save" to use the new version of Opera now?
Can I atleast roll-back to the 25.0.1614.50 Version that I have now? Or is there a way to have both versions at the same time so I could safely delete the new one if it should be as a nuisance as the 25.0.1614.50 one.
It looks like you have a Flash blocker browser setting or extension. Please enable Flash to hear this track.' ( but in opera settings everything is ok )
Do you have Turbo enabled by chance?
Btw, this issue doesn't seem to be related to the one reported in this thread.
Btw, why isn't this stuff listed in the Mail Help system?
In the past, I think that those that knew enough about Opera Mail to make documentation were too busy working on Opera Mail. Now though, Opera Mail isn't being worked on. So, it's unlikely that you'll see any new mail documentation.