Out of interest, the PC with Opera on, is that a PC that has been upgraded to Win10 from say Win7 or Win8?
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That's a shame, but thank you for the reply.
scottmccarthy945, that is a real shame.
I am an IT support professional and have been using Opera since the late 1990's. There was a time when I moved to Firefox, however I have now come back to Opera as my browser of choice. Along with LastPass and DuckDuckGo it is a winner for me.
In my experience, web site designers will tell you that it is IE that is the problem browser to code for because historically it does not adhere to standards.
If your mind is made up, please do come back to Opera every so often and try again.
May I also please recommend to everyone out there 'HostsMan', a sure fire way to reduce being advertised to and spied upon, this also speeds up browsing.
Hello Opera People
When using an intranet based site that is hosted on a simple network share (i.e. not IIS or Apache Hosted), there are links to other files hosted locally, which I have access rights to.
For example I may have rights to a file hosted on a UNC path \servername\share\filename.xlsx
Other browsers (IE) will recognise this situation and so I can open the file, make changes, and when the file is closed the application it opens with (e.g. Excel) will simply save back to the location the file was opened from.
My problem is that Opera does not have this behaviour. In the example above, Opera will pop up the 'save as' dialog and force me to 'download' the file.
I therefore have to use IE for our intranet, I would rather use Opera.
I am sure the must be a fix but I do not see it.
Any ideas gratefully received.