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- Suggestions and feature requests
Button to clear cookies for each websiteSuggestions and feature requests
It might be helpful and convenient for there to be a button that would clear the cookies for a particular site in use at the moment. I realize there are ways to clear all cookies but this would be site specific.
In fact, it might be helpful for that button to have several options:
- Clear all cookies for the web page/site in use/visible at the moment.
- Include the site as one where cookies are not deleted upon closing Opera
I realize this can be done through the settings / privacy feature but it would be much easier to have the options for each site as visited.
linux ubuntu upgrade to opera 32.0.1948.25Opera for Linux
This morning Ubuntu update indicated a new version of Opera 32.0.1948.25 stable. I dutifully upgraded. At first all seemed fine until I clicked on the bookmark tab at bottom of speed dial page. No bookmarks. At least what should have been bookmarks was scrambled and unusable. I tired uninstall/reinstall and the same.
I then installed 32.0.1925 beta and got the same.
I tried looking for bookmarks file but could not find it.
So, what's happening with the bookmarks tab?
What is the current name of the bookmarks file/folder?
Where is that folder now located?
Otherwise Opera seems to be working fine for now. It's the bookmarks tab that is the issue.
Thanks to all who reply.
Download files and option to run those files with specific programOpera for Linux
19 Aug 2015.
I have Opera 32 latest build on Linux Mint. I use Moneydance as my Quicken alternative. In Opera 12 and before, I would download files from credit card and there was an option to run a specific program. I had it that Moneydance would automatically start so I could import file with few steps. Now Opera 32 wants to save files to a folder. I then have to start Moneydance separately to import the file.
Any way around this? Opera 32 is good in many ways but it is starting to become counterproductive as these good features are dropped.