It seems I wrote that on the wrong topic.
A week ago, there was a user having problems with his Passwords as well, about HTTP saved passwords and logins on HTTPS sites.
He ended up editing the Passwords and converting all of them to HTTPS.
I don't know what could be your Passwords problem, but if the problem persist:
Take an error message screenshot
Check out your accessing URLs
Try to view and edit your Passwords, take out HTTP/HTTPS:// from the URL, - they should still recognize any form of URL -, test what happens - check out linked post - .
Upload the taken info
Back up your Passwords/Profile frequently
Use a Password Manager - Keepass / Keeweb -
Is not enabled by default, look at the OMenu to enable it and know about.
@jimunderscorep said in Problem with saved passwords in Opera 62.0.3331.18 on Linux Mint 18.3:
Assuming that it is not a hardware failure, possibly the ram or the hdd, then opera's profile is probably corrupt. Backup your favorites, delete ~/.config/opera and start fresh.
Thanks for the reply. I'll give that a try!
Maybe I'm just an old geezer...
Hardly, unless I'm one too. I always check manufacturer system specs for software before installing or doing upgrades, and like you, I'll keep looking online until I find them. If I can't find them somewhere reliable, the software doesn't go on my systems. I realize it takes resources to keep websites current, but something like 'specs' and 'requirements' are so basic that this has to be an oversight when Opera doesn't link to their https://www.opera.com/download/requirements/ page on all pages offering downloads or information. By the way, it would be nice if they also listed Opera 12 requirements for Windows on that page as they do for Linux distros, just to keep things balanced. I realize Opera is currently far beyond version 12, but there are still users out there with old systems that might find the info useful (particularly the RAM and disk space requirements) - and it would be a one-time effort to publish it there.