@ytrewq said in Opera page timeout does not allow for slow servers.:
TARGET LINK: https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/en_CA/calendars/magic-kingdom/#timeofday=allday
The server for the above link is notoriously slow and Opera too frequently displays: "This page isn’t working
disneyworld.disney.go.com didn’t send any data." when opening a new TAB, or Window. If Opera is already displaying a related page it waits and the information from the Target-link and displays it. Neither, Chrome, nor IE timeouts on the same target link.
Again, this only occurs when Opera is opening an NEW Tab, or Window to the target link; the Opera Timeout is TOO short.
the target link in question Now works on all opera's current versions - dev - beta - stable !.. *cheers Opera 's Team !
@ytrewq This is an Update: Uninstalling and then reinstalling Opera removed the problem pinned-link.
Prior to uninstalling, I copied several key files from the opera installation (e.g. bookmarks, setting, extensions, etc) to another folder, then did a copy-replace of the same files in the new Opera installation to recover all setting, extensions and bookmarks. The operation was successful.
I have noticed that with the current version of Opera I can no longer drag-n-drop links to pin them to the pinned-Opera Icon in the Taskbar.