The Download with IDM extention is the Integration Module, I believe. Or at least with my mouse over the extension, it says Integrated is Enabled.
Follow up: I see now that there is a separate Integration Module, which I had before, but it's the one I mention above that's getting the IDM box to come up (along with the Opera Save As one).
@burnout426 Thanks. So as I read your post, given the changes over time, the only thing needed now to account for my previously added syntax is renaming the autoupdate file. I do have zoom set for 80% (wish there were 5% options between 80 and 100).
@genegold said in Getting extension blocking error when printing invoice on PayPal:
Win 10, Opera 53b. At PayPal, when I click on the PDF/Print button on the upper right of the page,
While viewing a transaction the Print button in Paypal is NOT in the upper right. Its in the middle of the transaction.
And, indeed, there it may be! The problem may lie with the security protocols and ciphers specified in the cert: Security protocol TLS v1.2 128 bit AES GCM (256 bit ECDHE_ECDSA/SHA-256)
Breaking that down:
TLS v1.2 specifies the TLS (and its version) handshaking protocol, for establishing secure communications
128 bit AES GCM means the browser client will verify the key's validity using an AES 128-bit algorithm to communicate
ECDHE_ECDSA specifies the browser client and the server will agree on encryption keys using Ephemeral Elliptic Curve Diffie-Hellman with Elliptic Curve Digital Signal Algorithm for digital signatures
SHA-256 is the algorithm to be used for secure hashing of parts of the TLS messages
Unfortunately, Olde Opera versions don't list ECDHE_ECDSA (or any other ephemeral elliptic ciphers, for that matter) as available in the browser for usage in establishing https traffic pathways. Most newer browsers now include ephemeral elliptic ciphers in their cipher suites and many secure websites have moved on accordingly, but unfortunately, Olde Opera is locked in space and time at a point several years ago.
Good idea. The Thumbnails folder is in AppData\Local. Here's some screenshots of all the CCleaner settings: http://tinypic.com/a/p7gr8/1. Btw, this also occurred in Opera 12 on my laptop a couple of days ago. I had copied in the current speed dial file, but it wasn't the first time recently I had done so.
lando, in Windows Update > View Update History, click on any installed update and a box comes up with a link to more information. Click on that and I get the URLs above.
rafaelluik, No Opera Turbo here.