What I found remarkable and was very upset about is that there's a pre-selected list of exceptions in the build-in adblocker. I only found it out a few days ago while I thought it was blocking content without exceptions... Especially not put in place by default by Opera.
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RE: Opera 64.0.3417.61 Stable updateBlogs
RE: Built-in adblocker doesn't work at startup with many tabs openOpera for Windows
I can notice it usually whenever I closed my browser with a Youtube video playing on the active page. Then when you restart the browser, the ads before the video starts to play.
And I also think, but I'm not sure that you need to have alot more than just the browser open, so the RAM gets almost clogged up to like 90% or so. (Alltho that hardly happens nowadays with how efficient Windows and other programs work, suspending stuff.)
Built-in adblocker doesn't work at startup with many tabs openOpera for Windows
So I've noticed, for months or over a year I suppose, that when I'm starting up Opera it usually doesn't start blocking ads right away. Only when I refresh the active page after the browser is completely loaded up. I don't know though if the suspended (background) pages that have ads on them are being let trough if it also happens on the active page.
I have like 40 tabs open (like 4 Opera windows with 10 tabs each). Maybe it's because I don't have the fastest laptop or that it is mostly because I've got 'too many tabs' open. But I think it's a serious issue.
What I mean to say is that the adblocker should be one of the primary things that needs to be loaded when starting the browser so that you get protected immediately and not later on.
W10 x64 Enterprise, 1803, 8GB, i5-7200u
Co-operate with new WinAmp developersSuggestions and feature requests
I heard WinAmp was taken over by new developers a few years ago and upcoming week they're actually releasing a new version of the program and next year a large update.
An idea to perhaps co-create something like a build-in musicplayer/page that can be accessed from the main menu or whatever that thing is called where the sidebar is with Messenger, WhatsApp etc.?
Add timestamps to browsinghistory when using searchboxSuggestions and feature requests
When I scroll trough my browsing history I see 3 columns and the date above it (which is kinda annoying imo especially when you have a browsed trough a ton of pages on a day).
However if you're searching for something specific from weeks/months ago you ofcourse going to make use of the searchbox. The problem is that the timestamps are missing when you really want to know that as well and not just the date alone.
RE: How to view browsing history time for older dates?Opera for Windows
Sorry for posting that new topic. I didn't know how to change the title.
Okay will make a request.
Thanks for answering.
How to view browsing history time for older dates (using searchbox)?Opera for Windows
Sorry for making this topic again as I made a mistake in my former one, forgetting to mention it's about looking for a keyword using the searchbox.
Q: I want to know the specific times for my browsing history that goes back further than today. But it only shows the date and not the time.