There are signficant differences in an eMail client from a web browser. Olde Opera used essentially separate code modules for each funtion, which shared some common user interface coding that made them appear as a unit. Any "internal" eMail client for a browser would have to be architected essentially that same way, since the eMail protocols and functionality are not normally part of a browser rendering engine, especially the chromium engine. Likewise, the detailed support for an eMail extension is typically not present in a browser engine.
Since there are a number of widely-used, standalone eMail clients 'out there' (Thunderbird, Outlook, etc), there is a limited 'market' demand for an internal eMail capability in a browser. Vivaldi is exploring this with their browser, but nothing has yet emerged for public distribution after several years of design effort. An eMail client (either internal or standalone) represents a very reliability-demanding design that must essentially end up glitch-free in all its modes, so there is a limited risk-reward payoff for its design.
No idea how long, but the ID was still here, just couldn't log in with the old PW. Made sure I used the correct one as stored in PW Manager. Had to do a reset once I figured out which email address I used to set the account up initially so many years ago.
Edit ... checked previous posts and the last one before today was Jun 22, 2018, 5:02 AM
@divisionbe I must disagree with you on that one.
The consent regarding email looks like this:
There is NOTHING here that mentions or "grants permissions" for promotional mail. If you feel differently, please point us to the specific sentence that bothers you, please.
Once again: Forums send two types of e-mails:
Digest emails - these are Forum's "here's what happened on Opera Forums since last day/week/month" updates. We do not send them unless you opt-in. Here's how it looks like for a fresh account (Profile > Settings):
Notification emails - these inform you about various events (people replying to your topics, sending you chat messages, mentions you, etc). Again, all opt-in:
You need to intentionally set this to Email only or Notification and email if you wish to receive e-mails about these events.
@y0y0 said in How to access NOAA sites with Opera 10?:
... There is no reason for 'security' to view a weather site. ...
While I agree with you, the problem is that for whatever reason, there remains an apparent steady migration of the site universe to https and other technical protocols. In some cases, it's for consistency by site operators across their whole range of site offerings, some of which might actually need the https security or other kinds of protocols. Regardless, it is the way it is, and we users either have to maintain browser compatibility as this unfolds or face increasing numbers of sites that just won't work with an older browser, frustrating as all that might be.
Use a descriptive and relevant title for new threads. Try to use at least three words in the thread title.
Be clear and concise when describing the problem. Be specific and remember to include important details, such as the exact error message or address of the site you're having trouble with.
Note about opera:cache, make sure the type of image is checked (otherwise any other program, such as IrfanView, which may have been selected to view certain or all images) or you will only see the graphic code of characters.
On the Windows7 platform,
for Opera 12.17 the path is C:\Users____________\AppData\Local\Opera\Opera\cache
for Opera 29 the path is C:\Users_________\AppData\Local\Opera\Opera Next x64\opcache
Was looking for a way to remove all cache items, or just problem viewed pages without re-booting the browser. Created link(s) on my desktop to the folders, then when clicked, I see all the items in the right hand window pane. Place the cursor in the pane, perform a Ctrl and the letter a to select all the items, then press the delete key.
Regardless, its pretty interesting some of the images that are stored there even though you never saw them when using the browser.
Hope this can help.
What first attracted me to Operate Opera community wasn't the quantity buoy the posts but the sense of community present. Sadly most Web communities seem to have lost that... or maybe a I am just a grizzled old Web veteran with an overly cynical view.