Member since: Jul 21st, 2006
Nov 10th 2010 12:10AM Opera has content blocking build in, just right click on a page and from the context menu click 'Block Content'. As for the arrow I think it tries to guess which link will bring up the next page of results so on Google or Bing for example it will bring up the next page of results (similar to the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl x and Ctrl z), but it doesn't always get it right.
Oct 24th 2010 5:24PM I understand, what I'm saying is I'm not sure if your going to get exactly the same results as when you install it to a external device. According to the post on the Opera Desktop Team blog when you install it to an external device it configures itself to read and write its profile settings to the installation folder. I don't know where it writes and reads its profile when you just extract it.http://my.opera.com/desktopteam/blog/the-new-opera-installer
Oct 24th 2010 3:01PM I don't know if you need to rename the extension, at least if your using 7Zip then you shouldn't need to. I think though that when you install it to an external device it configures itself so that it writes the settings/preferences to the same folder as it is being installed to.
Oct 2nd 2010 10:00PM I'm not sure what your basing that on, but Opera uses Presto which I'm pretty sure is their own layout engine.
Sep 29th 2010 6:13PM It appears that they still haven't added an option to "Launch with Opera". I know that you can add it yourself manually, but it would be nice if it came with it considering that you have the option for just about every other major browser (IE, Firefox, Chrome and Safari).
Sep 19th 2010 12:18AM @Dxm99OK Thanks, Your right about the search field being fairly useless.
Sep 17th 2010 3:23PM Well I use it, though I can't say I actually read through the EULA.
Sep 17th 2010 12:33PM Do you mean on top of the address bar? or alongside it? if alongside it did you need to manually edit the config files?
Jul 29th 2010 1:02AM @AdhesiveWombat OK, there actually are a couple of services for books that operate like Netflix, but I think only for paper books, so I guess it's sort of like Netflix minus the instant streaming.
Jul 29th 2010 12:22AM @AdhesiveWombat I'm not sure I follow, do you mean netbooks?
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