Friday, March 11, 2011 5:03:23 PM
Update 1: There is a solution now opera email print.pdfRelated Forum Post
Menu: Tools -> Preferences... CTRL+F12
Dialog "Preferences" opens.
Select "Content" in list on the left (4th point from top, after divider line)
Click the "Style Options..." button.
Dialog "Style Options" opens.
Check the "Enable inline frames" checkbox.
Click the "OK" button.
Dialog "Style Options" closes.
Click the "OK" button.
Dialog "Preferences" closes.
Print Preview and Printing of emails should now work flawlessly.
Saturday, December 18, 2010 11:15:24 AM
New Opera out - but how to disable the transient animations? Animations on click = stupid. I want action not eye candy.
Wednesday, July 1, 2009 10:13:24 PM
Hot Summer over here and I just read about Operas Birthday. I know it's a little late, but I must send you greetings. All you folks behind Opera - the visible and invisible ones. Really Great work over the years!
Keep up with your standards, personal and international and I hope I can use Opera many more years! You give me usability every day.
Thanks really a lot and all the best!
P.S. Maybe you do this insanely good job because the Summer in Sweden is not that hot!
Sunday, January 4, 2009 4:42:42 PM
Today I found another URI related glitch within Opera
. I hope they fix this fast, I will file a Bug Report now.
The first glitch was a Problem with parsing URIs of A-Elements
Update: Bug has been reported now, id is DSKemail@example.com. Here is the report:Brief summary of the problem encountered
link elements in the head element do not work standards conform with opera navigation barWhat URL triggers this bug, if any?
all relative links trigger this bug, absolute links do notDescribe in 3 steps or more how to reproduce this bug
When following the steps described above:
- create a website with html, head, title and body elements
- create link elements in the head section with rel="prev" and href=".".
- open the page in opera and display the navigation bar.
What do you expect to happen?
the previous button in the the navigation should be enabled and when clicked open the . address.
What actually happens?
the previous button is disabled.
Monday, June 30, 2008 3:41:54 PM
Me damn luufs Opera 9.5 since I installed it. So much I use it for many many hours with many many tabs (what speed, oh gosh!).... but under winxp sp3 I run into memory leaks or such. Memory usage gets up to about 600, 700 MB (2 Gig RAM in the box) and maybe more. I only realized it when opera started to be very lazy. Problems then on changing tabs, displaying menues with gfx-icons inside the menues, clicking links (sometimes I need to click them twice) and such esoreric behaviour.
I'll disable those previews now since I do not need them anyway and continue to take a look what's going on.
Tuesday, June 17, 2008 10:01:19 AM
Since I downloaded and installed Opera 9.5 yesterday, I'm addicted to the web again. Surfing makes so much fun again and the speed really is amazing.
Monday, June 16, 2008 2:29:09 PM
Jeay! Thanks for releasing 9.5 today. I fell in love at once. You guys rock!
Friday, April 4, 2008 4:27:47 PM
it works gg. but i miss my keyboard.
Tuesday, February 26, 2008 10:50:00 AM
Using Opera 9.26 8835 Win32 as the latest stable release is a bit "too stable" for me. Pending IMAP Commands Message Box tends to freeze Opera as well as logging into GMAIL.
Sunday, December 23, 2007 5:28:48 PM
It's great to see things moving afterall
! The Developers finally tought Opera on how to truely handle relative URIs
. Well atleast in the Beta Build 9716
. Now they can continue with the standards work