What kind of ads are yous seeing? Do you have any examples/screenshots?
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RE: advertising on websitesOpera for Windows
RE: Why did opera change to chrome engine?Opera for Windows
Why Using Opera, while Google Chrome is built on the same platform?
Opera and Chrome are different browsers with different feature sets. Using the same platform doesn't make different applications identical.
RE: User BannedOpera account
The user "tschuesi" has not been activated yet (e-mail activation).
RE: posting timesForum feedback
I'm afraid certain restrictions are necessary in order to make the hurdle just a bit higher for spammers.
RE: To Opera developers: please listen to the users.Opera for Windows
I look up "opera save session", the advice from opera.help.com says:
Could you elaborate on how you looked that up? The contents on help.opera.com is basically Opera's help files, and they are different for different versions. The right way to reach the site is from the "Help" menu. If you searched the web and opened a page on help.opera.com without checking which version it applies to you will of course risk being misled.
RE: New updates losing settingsOpera for Windows
How are you installing it? If you install on top of a previous installation it should be picking up your settings.
RE: Wrong link to Opera 12 installer redirecting to Opera 22Opera for Windows
The link currently seems to offer Opera 12 on both Mac and Windows right now.
RE: Opera software is lying to meOpera for Android
Off-Road is/was Turbo with a new name.
In the future, it would be nice if you could try to use less inflammatory titles for new threads.
RE: Opera is awfully bigOpera for Linux
Opera Developer supports high DPI displays, and it seems to think you have one. I think this is a known bug, but I'll forward it to our Linux people.
Edit: You can try using --force-device-scale-factor=1 on the command line to disable it.
RE: What This New Forum Says About Opera ASAForum feedback
If it's possible to sign up with a fake e-mail address, that's a bug.