@akanido Of course, I've also contacted Affirm, directly and through social media. This has to be brought out into the open.
Posts made by rd-frable
RE: Disable Affirm solicitationsSuggestions and feature requests
Disable Affirm solicitationsSuggestions and feature requests
I have very little money to spend every month, in part due to my Internet bill, and now Opera expects me to use Affirm to save me money on purchases I can not afford anyway. Opera has many good things going for it, but like a lot of businesses, their leaders appear to be punishing the less fortunate. I want to disable any sign of Affirm whenever I use Opera. Please help me to do so.
- Opera for Windows
[Solved]Animated GIFs failing to loadOpera for Windows
https://www.mlb.com/cut4/sean-casey-was-once-thrown-out-at-first-base--from-left-field/c-77879462 is from 2014, which obviously is since the initial release of Opera.
It has at least three animated GIFs, which fail to load.
If I right-click on any of them, and select open image in new tab, they load normally.
What to I need to do to make the GIFs load in the page?
System:Windows 10 64-bit
More locations for VPN?Opera for Windows
The options in the basic browser are limited to continental ones (Americas, Europe, Asia)
Do any of the addons available allow more specific settings? Say, a specific country? Or even a specific location, even in the US? You've probably heard of sites geolimited to a radius from a city.
RE: Parts of page fail to load, white backgroundOpera for Windows
@donq As of this morning it had cleared up, but I'll continue to monitor it. Hardware acceleration always puzzled me, sometimes it helps and sometimes it hurts.
Parts of page fail to load, white backgroundOpera for Windows
For example, a random thumbnail link on a Youtube channel will not appear, with just a white space in its place.
Or, at a local newspaper, some of the buttons to control display of the PDF edition, or parts of a banner ad, disappear in the same way.
Minimizing, then restoring, the tab remedies the problem, but of course it shouldn't be occurring in the first place.
I have absolutely followed all the steps to which you referred in your introductory posts, and this is strictly an Opera situation.
The monitor is a Dell 2009W analog, and I am quite aware that the company discontinued it, yet there are still plenty of them out there.
RE: The topic for things that were answered/discussed lost of times alreadyOpera for computers
Is it an Opera thing, or a Windows (10) thing, that the taskbar button colour is a deep orange? Thanks.
Asks to update extensions every time I start O.Opera for Windows
It doesn't happen immediately I open Opera, but every time I open it in the last 3 or 4 days, the pop-down appears saying extensions need to be updated. Is this a bug, or are their actually updates being sent multiple times?
RE: Different zoom levelOpera for computers
@naheed I understand. I will pursue this issue through the feedback function for requesting new features.
RE: Different zoom levelOpera for computers
I have followed the post's instructions, but would like to know how to convert the number noted for the zoom factor (an extremely-long decimal number) into a factor I am more familiar with from other browsers.
Different zoom levelOpera for computers
When I used other browsers prior to Opera, I was able to tweak settings to allow zoom levels that weren't standard to them. Lately I've found that an 85% level is easier to read than the standard 80 or 90%. What would / could I do to allow an 85% level to be selected?
Windows10 Pro ver. 2004 (OS build 19041.572)
Reduce or alleviate Defender UAC triggersOpera for Windows
I use a Windows 10 Pro system at home, and recently switched to Opera after using Firefox and Edge.
In the last few days, either when I start Opera after turning on the computer, or sometimes randomly while reading sites I know to be advertising-heavy, I will get a User Account Control dialog about my Windows Defender blocking Opera from doing something (that it never specifies) and asking to allow access from private or public networks.
My initial belief was that I'd only need to allow such access once, and then UAC would remember not to ask again, and yet, it's done so at least three times. What do I need to do to reduce or alleviate these UAC 'roadblocks'?