If, for one reason or another, you don’t use Opera Link, here is a simple way on how you can backup your Opera Mobile 10 bookmarks (Windows phones).
Program Files\Opera Mobile 10\profile\datastorage\2\
Search for all.dat file and copy it into a safe place.
Now here is something useful for Firefox, Opera and Safari users. Unlike regular inline spell check, this tool will also seek for grammar and style mistakes.
Picture Source: FirefoxFacts.
How to Install?
Add Proofreader <– drag this link to your browser’s link bar, or right-click and add as a bookmark.
How to Use
- Click the “Add Proofreader” link on your link bar to add a Proofread button above each text box.
- Click to find spelling mistakes, misused words, and grammar errors
- Click to continue editing.
Visit tool home page.
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Thanks to Daniel Hendrycks, f, Ichann and Nox for links.
Now here is something for Internet Explorer users: IE Tweaker, a simple utility to fix and tweak IE web browser. As program author claims, it contains over 90 options to choose from.
Now you can quickly delete all junk files, disable/enable various menus, clear type fonts, animations, smooth scrolling and much more.
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Thanks to Nox for links.
Here is a quick way on how you can disable Windows 7 Aero Peek for Opera 10.5 web browser.
Right click on opera.exe
Properties > Compatibility, check “Run this program in compatibility mode” and select Windows Vista SP.
You can now type the following text in the address bar:
Uncheck highlighted setting.
Thanks to Rafael Luik for that!
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Thanks to Nox for links!
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- Mobile Firefox release candidate coming as early as next week
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Thanks to Rob for links.
If you are annoyed by those white/blue dots appearing in your tab tab, then here is a solution on how to “disable” them:
1. Download the following skin (still pending Opera approval, so mirror is at FavBrowser.com).
2. Close Opera.
3. Place file to “C:\Program Files (x86)\Opera\skin”, “C:\Program Files\Opera\skin” or other location, where Opera is installed.
4. Open Opera and go to: Tools > Appearance… > Skin and select “Reloaded”.