Monitoring the file(s) over the last couple of days, in which I've not closed the browser or rebooted the computer, the "Session" and ".dbak" files are at 5,344 KB and the "journal" file at 16 KB.
Browser, so far, runs fine, though, pending a closing and re-opening and/or a reboot of the system. It sometimes can get a day or two of good use from the browser before the Flash starts acting up. Will keep a monitor on the situation. But if it's anything like how it's been recently I'll get problems before too long.
I really miss this function! Why did you take it away!!!
What is AdBlock? Do I need to install even more software to do what an older version of Opera used to do.
I had to download some stuff to IMPORT my bookmarks too :-(((((
It wasn't "taken away"... it simply wasn't incorporated in the new browser design. The philosophy of the new design (as with many other current browser designs) is to create a basic browser framework where the user installs a (sometimes) wide variety of customization extensions to cause the browser to possess the end functionality the user seeks. Some of us may not like that philosophy, but it is the way it is in the current browser culture.
u can use new opera also ,it all working their ..
but some fag bad gui clone of F**k chrome ..
even i am trying to move to opera 23 . but if they add password synth and old school menu bar on top ..
i hope u also agree with me .
You know what.... I'm an idiot. Sigh.
Why wasn't I getting the icon on my phone?
Because my phone is apparently smart enough to say, "Er.... You sent this to yourself, dude." and list the EMail as a SENT email, rather than a received one.
Earlier when I was supposedly getting them that must've been when I was messing around with my other GMail account in Opera and sent it from the secondary to the primary (which my phone is tied to) so, naturally, I'd get THAT one since it was an outside eMail. I since removed that secondary eMail (as I was having trouble figuring out how to send messages from my primary rather than from my secondary), removed it, and had since been sending test mails to myself. Which, again, my phone realized.
Anyway, with that figured out it seems everything is working as it should.
Again, thanks for the help.