Well, I'll give it another shot. sgunhouse, do you mind editing the 'Presto' out of the title of this thread, so that it gets more views: https://forums.opera.com/topic/6940/very-serious-issue-with-opera/9
It turns out I made an error and I was not talking about Presto.
Opera 24 is not fully functional, I missed the Opera Link so my Speed Dials and Bookmarks can sync.
True. And Opera 24 still does not support "wand" or password manager.
Opera Blink(Opera 15+) has a password manager.
You might want to try:
1.Get Them All Downloader
Analyze webpage using built-in filters. Download pdf files, html, images, music, video.
download Images: gif, png, ico, jpg, bmp
download html files: html, css, js
download archives (rar, zip, 7z, jar, tar), doc files(doc,xls,), exe and msi
download video: mp4, avi, webm, 3gp, mov
I haven't tried it, but it looks like what you want. It's also well-rated, and has more than 130,000 users.
or 2.Download Master.
(With this extension you can download all images, videos, pdf, doc and any other file linked on the web page you are visiting.) There were some complaints though about crashes if too many links are on the page. It has over 320,000 users, but is rated a bit lower than Get Them All Downloader.
Now remember that to use a Chrome extension, all you need is the Opera extension, called, "Download Chrome Extension."
Assuming that you're using Opera 12.17 or earlier:
Open the notes panel
Expand the category that you want to print
Select the first note
Shift Click on the last note to select the whole lot
Paste into Notepad or whatever
Figured this out. There is a error (Or whatever you want to call it.
"E:\Allison Opera of the future\launcher.exe" --presto-small-prefs-dir=e:\Allison Opera\profile
This didn't work because there was a space in the 12.17 install of Allison's!!! Took out the space and it works fine.
It's probably possible. You'd have to use some scripting to do whatever's needed to load all comments. Then, you'd have to export the DOM as HTML (to a data URI probably) so that you can save the page in that state. (To be honest though, I personally don't want to take the time to figure it out as I'm not familiar with how youtube loads things at all.)