I also notice that under Clear Browsing Data - there's the option to clear cookies and other site data - and it says 'signs you out of MOST sites'. I don't understand why this option wouldn't sign you out of ALL sites??
should be able to access all your data at sync.opera.com.
Hi, even after 5 months, is still a big problem. Even with the method you mentioned, is synced few data only. How can i sync all history data and bookmarks with devices? I mean ALL. Exactly what i search in one device, will be appeared to the other.
@leocg Apologies - I disabled my extensions and cleared my cache and the videos didn't autoplay - although it looked like the video was downloading in the background judging by the bandwidth used.
It seems the adblock plus extension is allowing the videos to autoplay. Unfortunately, adblock is pretty much the most essential extension to have an acceptable web browsing experience, so disabling it doesn't seem to be a good solution. I'll send them a message to see if they can help.
@leocg little test is not enough my friend, try browsing few hours.. I noticed exactly the same behavior on google chrome, usually everything is cleared but sometimes, not always, I can find there google-analytics channel ID or "Local storage" for some random(?) website. In 95% of cases no cookies besides the "local storage" or "channel ID" but for example today I found even cookies for two sites (from tens of websites I visited today). I don't believe no one noticed this after years because this bug(or "feature"?) is there since ever. I manually check "Cookies and Sites data" every time I start browser. Trust no one.
I just tried to log onto Facebook with the VPN on - it asked for some sort of verification, so I turned off the VPN and tried to log in again. Facebook locked my account and have forced me to send a scan of some ID which they will review. Major inconvenience.
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Yes Opera does close and open normally. But as I usually start it when I first log on, and there is often still residual disk activity from God knows what background services (Microsoft, Antivirus...), I wondered if it was to do with the speed with which it started. No crashes.