@xaosnox-0 Oh! I see there is now a search icon in the upper right corner. Nice, but is there a key command?
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RE: Search Open Tabs BrokenOpera for Mac
Search Open Tabs BrokenOpera for Mac
I'm running Opera 68.0.3618.91 on macOS 10.14.6. As of the last two updates, I can no longer hit opt+spacebar then tab to open up the quick search menu then switch it to search open tabs. Do I need to do something to reenable this feature, or am I going to have to restore the working version and run it until the team Opera fix it, like when grabbing and dragging the window by the sidebar was broken for 4 or 5 updates? This is one of my favorite features in Opera. They can't take away searching open tabs! Is it hidden somewhere? Help!!
RE: OS X 10.10 Support Ended?Opera for Mac
@redelleparole I've been running it on 10.10 Yosemite and it was still supported as of a few days ago for sure. I haven't installed the two updates that came out in the last couple of days on that computer, but I'd bet they run fine.
RE: [Solved]Unable to connect to the VPN serverOpera for computers
@joe232 I am having the same problem on my Mac. I usually can get it to connect if I restart Opera, but it's not holding a connection at all. it will connect for a few seconds once in a while, but then it drops again.
I wish Opera actually had some support instead of just this so-called forum, which is really just like a chat. Nothing really seems to get resolved here, and I can't even get it to post! It keeps giving me a "Category does not exists" error, even though I've gone into the Opera for Mac section.
Getting "No Internet" when connected to Opera's "VPN". Is Comcast blocking Opera's Proxies?Opera for Mac
I'm not sure if this is an issue with Opera's proxy servers, the new version of Opera, or my ISP. All of a sudden, any time I'm connected to Opera's "VPN" (really just a secure-ish proxy server), I get the "No Internet" page whenever I try to load a web page.
I did just recently update to the latest Opera, but I believe the proxy servers were working since. I can't be sure.
All I know is that the VPN connection is good according to Opera It's blue, not orange, says I'm connected, and shows an IP. As soon as I turn it off, I can connect to any web page. All other internet connections function, and the Network Preference Pane shows everything is good. As soon as I turn it off, I can browse.
My ISP is Comcast. If they are blocking VPNs, secure proxies, or any other privacy/security related technology, we need to start a revolt.
Can anyone with Comcast/Xfinity check to see if Opera's security features are being blocked?