Yes, I noticed that in the meantime...
So, it is a hardware problem, not a software problem?
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I am traveling a lot by train. Unfortunately, I don't have a stable internet connection along the tracks. Therefore, I always have about 50-100 open tabs I want to read later on. But, when I sit in the train and want to read the articles, Opera tries to reload the tabs, and I end up with 50-100 white, empty tabs... Ok, I can read a real book, not an ebook or online newspaper articles, my local bookstore will love me again (is it still open, I wonder??), but is there a solution for the forementioned problem? Should not be difficult to tell Opera to keep a local copy and do not the reload until I manually press the reload button???