Yes, some are already available at the Opera store though, for the ones not available, install this extension and you will be able to install extensions from the Chrome store: https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/download-chrome-extension-9/?display=en
Also, some Opera store extensions are more complete than the Chrome counterparts because there are no intromission from Google.
Just use an ad blocker like uBlock, it's available for most browsers"
> uBlock Origin - Chrome Web Store - Google
>uBlock Origin :: Add-ons for Firefox - Mozilla Add-ons
>µBlock extension - Opera add-ons
Once installed add
to the 'my filters' section.
I'm in Russia and it really pisses me off that we have to put up with this crap from the main forums. If I wanted - I don't and never will - to play on the Garena servers, I would.
And for Opera:
And Ghostery blocks that kind of tracking from other services, not just for Facebook. It has a firefox extension too.
I have seen my videos load a lot faster without the dash. You can turn the dash feature off with Youtube Center. It's only an addon for Firefox and Opera. There is a userscript for Chrome but I haven't tried it.
Edit: Apparently, Opera has become a derivative of Chrome, so you can use the Opera addon for Chrome.
use videoblocker addon
Chrome has 1,600,518 RES users.
Firefox has 218,018 RES users
Opera has 63,153 RES downloads.
So RES has about 2 million users.
just hold " Shift " when clicking on the search !
there is also a new extension: Search in new tab which make it more easier for you . Edit: doesn't work with opera 12.02 though.
there is other option, cltrl+F12 --> advanced-->tabs--> ( and uncheck : reuse current tab ). now clicked links and search are done in new tabs :)
It does, since it and chrome are both based on chromium all you have to do is install an addon for opera that allows you to install from chromes webstore.
Any youtube downloaders from Opera's extension repository should be fine (Opera is based on Chromium, so all the extensions are compatible with Chrome). Opera staff review all add-ons there, including updates, so there shouldn't be any malware.
I use this one: https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/download-youtube-videos-as-mp4/
Question 1; Define the download folder in Preferences (Ctrl+F12) -> Advanced -> Downloads. Choose "Save to download folder" when right-clicking the link to the file you want to download.
Question 2; Hold shift while clicking "Search" to open a new tab with the search. Hold ctrl+shit to open the tab in the background.
Question 3; Check out this extension; https://addons.opera.com/en/addons/extensions/details/look-it-up/1.1/?display=en
Evo linkova za svaki popularniji preglednik:
Kad se nakon nekog vremena navikneš na normalan/čist izgled stranica pa onda na nekom drugom kompu koji nema blokiranje otvoriš istu stranicu... posljedice se itekako primjete.
Opera AdBlock uses Fanboy's urlfilter.ini and CSS filter. It also has an automatic list update feature.
Edit: Would like to add that Ghostery blocks trackers and tracking content like social media buttons, widgets, etc.
A while back a redditor kindly pointed out that if you have the Chrome to phone app, you can also get it to work with Firefox and Opera as well (sorry I don't remember who it was):
Fox to Phone
Opera to Phone
there you go, block den scheiss:
If for whatever reason Chrome isn't working, you can try Opera - all Chrome extensions (LoungeDestroyer) are compatible if you install this extension for Opera: https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/download-chrome-extension-9/?display=en
There is a third party version for Firefox, as well as Opera.
Edit: a word
Adblock works wonders! Chrome, Firefox and Opera. Enjoy, if you don't already have it.
Try this extension for easy copying text from hyperlinks Chrome FireFox Opera
This is great! I have a pretty stable internet connection but oddshot is like the olden days with sometimes just lags 4 times a video.
edit for opera users:
Solution 4, if you are on Opera
* Download ViolentMonkey
* Follow this link: http://loungestats.kinsi.me/dl/oddtoyt.user.js
* Wait until dependecies are loaded and click on confirm installation
It's not. There is no best browser. All major browsers are fast and comply to standards. Use what you feel like using! I like working with opera. You should try it out, and maybe you will like it too :) Take everything other people say on this subreddit with a large grain of salt.. Some people are still a bit butthurt about Opera switching to Chromium :) Here is the best adblock, and here is RES. There is an extension that allows you to install Chrome extensions too (here).
Why is opera still so far behind? 188.8.131.52 everyone else is on 4.5.2.
Anyway all opera users i suggest you do what i always do since updates take 10 years...
Then download from
Works fine for me 0 bugs since opera and chrome are based on same engine and all it should have no problems at all.
Opera store is quite lack luster not where near support of chrome so i just use that addon and install everything from chrome store all stuff on opera is ether out of date or not as new or not even on opera store.
Good luck with that. Keep in mind that not everyone has had luck with the current version of Opera since they rewrote a ton of under the hood stuff with the recent updates. But whatever.
First things first, usually it should attempt auto completion from your browsing history and bookmarks. So just browse for a while and it'll learn your favourites, so to speak.
Otherwise you can have a closer look at bookmarks. You can give bookmarks a nickname, which will act as a shortcut when you type it in.
Other than that I fear you're SOL. Then again, I do not want my browser to try and randomly guess where I want to go, there might actually be some way of enabling that feature somewhere. I'm sure someone will know. Sorry.
Finally, which is what I use, have a look at Reddit on speed dial. It's a nice little extension that shows your messages and Karma on the speed dial for reddit. RES works in Opera too, just install it from the official site.
Only on the current video. This adds ratings to searches and related videos so you can see the rating before choosing a video to play.
ExtendTube has the same feature, plus a hundred other useful ones.
uBlock Origin specifically, not the one that's just named uBlock.
Also, here it is for Firefox and Opera.
I know what you mean. This behaviour was introduced a few versions ago in the developer channel :(. I filed an issue the day I saw this behaviour, but they still haven't fixed it.
I think the devs just want to be "different", as there's no other explanation for deliberately introducing such a backwards setting that contradicts the browsers normal behaviour.
I know of the Classic Tabs extension that may help.
I'm using Opera with SmartRSS and ImprovedTube. You can find similar YouTube extensions for all browsers and use web based or standalone RSS-readers. YouTube doesn't advertise its RSS feature, but you can subscribe to any channel by modifying this url:
I don't how YouTube's subscriptions page has evolved since I abandoned it, but RSS sure beats the POS system that they had back then.
You can try using the chrome favicon extension in opera, opera supports chrome/chromium addons and you can install addons from the chrome web store in opera by installing this addon: https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/download-chrome-extension-9/
No guarantee that the chrome favicon changing extension will work properly in opera, but you should be able to install and try it.
First install this: https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/download-chrome-extension-9/?display=en
Then this: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/stayfocusd/laankejkbhbdhmipfmgcngdelahlfoji
I believe that should help :)
There is something even better: https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/http-switchboard/?display=en HTTP Swtichboard let's you turn on and off everything imaginable on per-domain basis.
stylesheets (and web fonts)
XHR (requests made by scripts)
.... you're not using Internet Explorer, right?
My point was that browser extensions/add-ons exist that define a highlighted word :-) ... Doesn't get any easier than that!
>opera now is basically the chrome just with few different settings options and logo.
> I am just 2used2it to brake up
Yeah, I know. Wanted to say that there is no reason to use opera cause it doesn't support chrome extensions but looks like it actually supports
I also used opera long time ago but switched after I found extension for chrome's main page that making it speed deal + there is tons of options.
Install this on both, https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/xmarks-bookmark-sync/ajpgkpeckebdhofmmjfgcjjiiejpodla and put it on settings to upload bookmarks to server on chrome, and install this on opera https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/download-chrome-extension-9/?display=en then install the above Chrome extension, sync it to download bookmarks on the Opera browser and you're good to go :)
There are a number of such extensions ..
As for the second part of your question, I'm not so sure. But even then, its just a matter of doing a right-click on the image and a save as ... or if you don't want the dialog, you can right-click image and just to 'save to download folder' (This will save it to the downloads folder without opening up any dialog box. You can do it with an image or any other file for download.)
What? An empty space? He is using the rage face extension and he has the ok face.
Try this, I also use Opera.
(In Extension Manager, manually enable the extension)
Netflix Super Browse
No. Far less, although still a fair amount. Here's some somewhat inaccurate statistics, but it's the best I can do:
That amounts to about 3.7 million users of RES. Now, that isn't including mobile users who also have an app with this bug, but I don't know the exact list of apps affected so I can't give that. RES, though, still is only about 2% (or less) of the total reddit userbase.
Opera is based off the Chromium browser so it's a lot like Chrome, obviously. Opera can use all of Chrome's extensions with this extension. Opera has many features from their previous browser that they have integrated into their current versions.
You don't. Opera have removed the old (nicer) speed dial. If that's the deciding factor for you, you can always use an older version with the old speed dial intact and turn off automatic upgrades.
Another option is to use a speed dial extension (from the chrome web store) and change the new tab page to that of your chosen extension with: Custom New Tab Page.
Yo, /u/SimonFOOTBALL - Can you submit the same extension to Opera's addons catalog too? They accept crx files too, so I don't think you'll even need to change anything.
I do, it's honestly better than chrome for me.
Let me start off by saying nothing can replace opera 12 (except Vivaldi which you can find here )
You might be wondering why I like opera so much when they seemed to butcher opera 12. Because it's still better than chrome, for me at least:
Don't be so quick to blindly dismiss it. I like it, sue me.
1) Install: Download Chrome Extension
2) Install from Chrome Web Store: Personal Blocklist (by Google)
Note, that this is an official Google product: "You agree that Google may freely use this information to improve our products and services."
EDIT: This service used to be provided by Google themselves: Manage Blocked Sites, but was discontinued. The only way now is to use their Chrome extension.
In case you are talking about a version >15 you can install most Chrome extensions on Opera, too (after installing the add-on Download Chrome Extension).
Don't know how this works for extensions you have to pay for, though.
Most (not all) Chrome extensions should work in Opera 15+ too, since both browsers are based on Chromium.
To be able to download and install extensions from Chrome Web Store in Opera 29, you'll have to install this extension from the Opera Add-ons Website first: Download Chrome Extensions
This extension maybe?
Foxyproxy also appears to have a chrome version of their extension (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/foxyproxy-standard/gcknhkkoolaabfmlnjonogaaifnjlfnp?hl=en), and you can install chrome webstore extensions in opera using this addon: https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/download-chrome-extension-9/
you can install any chrome extension in opera ;) https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/download-chrome-extension-9/
once you install that extension, when you go to the chrome webstore it will let you install extensions in opera.
Hopefully this helps.
Ironically there is a way -- as long as you disable Opera's built-in mouse gestures (Prefs - Shortcuts - Enable mouse gestures)
and install this Chrome extension: Gestures for Google Chrome
(Get Download Chrome Extension for Opera if you haven't already.)
It isn't quite as responsive as the native gestures and I've had it stop working for no reason several times, requiring a browser restart to fix, but if you really want customizable gestures back this is your best bet for now.
Opera Webkit (26.x +) is less resource intensive and it's compatible with Chrome extensions via Download Chrome Extension: https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/download-chrome-extension-9/?display=en
It has it's own store too, most popular add-ons are already "ported" to there, and some of them has more features than the Chrome version because there isn't Google intromission.
Firefox since version 31 has become lighter than Chrome too.
Also, there are other options: Maxthon, QTWeb (very very featherweight but it's less advanced)
Well, if you're blind you must be very blind, because it shows a notice when you activate it :) You just need to open "settings", click a blank area, and type "up up down down left right left right b a" (no caps). If you don't get a message, you've probably enabled it already.
You need an extension for user agent switching.
There's also an extension if you want it in your context menu.
Edit: There's also a Firefox extension for anyone else reading this.
install emoji input on chrome
or Using Opera -
1) install Chrome extrension
2) then install emoji input on chrome
History Limiter Custom or History Eraser
I'm not sure if this is exactly what you are looking for, but there is an addon available for the chromium based opera that allows very fine grained control over cookies/scripts etc... on a per site basis: https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/http-switchboard/?display=en
Sorry, I dont think there is any UI that can give you an overview over the tabs like in Presto. And yeah, that UI element was quite usefull.
(Some crazy people would suggest that you try out some of the extensions out there. There might be one that gives you what you are looking for.)
Apart from that, it's just adapting that script to a Safari extension.
The only real problem is, that it's on Mac.
> Important: To develop extensions for Safari, you need to sign up for the Safari developer program online, at http://developer.apple.com. You need a signed certificate before your extension can be installed.
So that's a no from me, sorry. For any Apple devs though, shouldn't be so complicated.
Edit: also, I use Opera, for which the entensions aren't available. For Opera, there's this, which allows Chrome extensions to run on Opera. However, that's because the newer versions of Opera are based on Chromium. So you can try to see if there is something similar for Safari, but i'd be surprised if there were.
I actually just went through everything you've just done a couple seconds ago. I just installed the Chrome version instead of trying to deal with an Opera specific version.
I used this extension on Opera to let me install from the Chrome store.
I'll say something to you. I was using chrome since it first came out. It was a really fast browser but now it's garbage. The more bookmarks you have, the more plugins you have the slower the browser is. Also if your watching gifs, and movies, or even live streams then browser will ofter freeze itself. I remember one time when I was watching friends twitter, he's a journalist and he just came back from Afghanistan, so as you can imagine his twitter was flooded with pictures, so when I opened the Pictures tab i could not even scroll the page down, then I wanted to close Chrome but, the delay between click and action was like 30 seconds. Of course most of times when I'm on twitter this shit was happening.
Ok now, about the speed dial. It will be a best thing if you would put all your speed dial bookmarks to the bookmark bar, but first you have to enable it in the settings of opera. But if this will wont work, use this: "Install this on both, https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/xmarks-bookmark-sync/ajpgkpeckebdhofmmjfgcjjiiejpodla and put it on settings to upload bookmarks to server on chrome, and install this on opera https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/download-chrome-extension-9/?display=en then install the above Chrome extension, sync it to download bookmarks on the Opera browser and you're good to go :)"
This solution was given to me by a good guy from reddit. If you really need to change something then I strongly advice you to go with Firefox instead of Chrome.
I'm also an opera user. This extension allows you to install extensions from the chrome web-store as if they were opera extensions. https://addons.opera.com/en-gb/extensions/details/download-chrome-extension-9/?display=en
I don't really know how to fix the problem, but why not give Opera a chance as your default browser? There's an extension that allows you to install Chrome extensions. They're basically the same browser, and as a bonus Opera software isn't a known target of the NSA like Google is.
it's reported not working, but just as reminder
as for youtube, there are already great extensions especially : "ExtendTube" and "youtube center" extensions
On opera there's this extension that switches the flash for the webm, so html5 should work on all videos. This works because even when webm is available youtube sometimes give you flash because ads or some other thing the html5 version doesn't have.
I suppose other browsers have similar extensions.
You could try one of these extensions:
imagus has been named,
so youtube link title or textarea resizer(should not need extension though, should be native)
and if userscripts counts, then definitly 4chanX (though its currently not so stable on 12.00 if you use quickreply)
Yeah Hover Zoom is pretty much essential for Chrome users, RES or not. When you hover an image and it doesn't zoom, you feel cheated!
There are similar addons/extensions for Firefox/Opera. Safari, I don't know. Hover Zoom tops them all though.
Well, if you are worried about that... I recommend getting "Ghostery"...
It's an extension that tells you all of the networks that are tracking you, it also lets you block the ones you don't trust.
If you have Ghostery installed, you'll see that web pages at opera.com include a Google Analytics script.
My guess is that if you're using Opera on a traditional PC (as opposed to Opera Mini on a phone) that's probably about the extent of what goes on.
A lot of the suggestions here sound pretty useful, but one major thing you might also want to consider changing is how you actually browse the internet. I came across an excellent extension called Tab Vault
It essentially allows you to store tabs in a neat fashion for quick access in the top right corner of your Opera window. Check it out, it's pretty sweet.
already listed here is fanboys list...
thats your basic shield it takes out majority of ads.
Now the second important tool is this NoAds Multilingual + German or this NoAds Advanced extension. They are for a big part identical, but that multilingul+german is not updated anymore, but its still very good and I prefer it to advanced version 'cause it have option no to show pop up showing how many scripts are blocked on the current page in lower right corner. Thats a place for 4chanX...
Anyhow they work how I think the build in content blocker, the one that is on the right click, should work.
you click on its icon in right top corner and use either Block ads, or Block element. This is how I understand them.
Block ads(create general rule) - is a broader rule that will block some frame or element on the page. Its preferred method but sometimes it cant be used since blocking with it would also block content you don't want to block.
Block element(create accurate rule) - is more specific rule, but it might not be as effective, since ad with different source or with different image can still pop in
Still with these two things you can clear very nicely web sites you visit often. And its not just about ads but for anything you dont like on a page... Also good thing is that once you clear page it is shown like that in thumbnails on speeddial...
I had one problem with that multilan+german, it blocked google captcha script but its easy to allow it in preferences, just click the adblocks button in the topright corner when you are on the affected site and select preferences and there you see what is blocked and you can just select it and ad to whitelist...
I'd been using Adsweep and Ghostery, but that list and css combo is excellent. Also, I'd recommend AutoPatchWork.
>supports chrome extensions
I got chrome extensions to work in Opera as well and it works really good! I used a extension in Opera store which then allows any extension form chrome store to be installed on opera!
Edit: This is the extension I used
Include CSS or Stylish. Depending whether you use Opera or Chropera. And depending whether you're already satisfied with what you see.
Maybe try Violent Monkey, which looks like the same sort of thing for Opera.
I'm not an Opera user and haven't tried it myself, but it rates well and a lot of people have reviewed it.
i just use "dark youtube" lol
Try the Video Blocker addon, available for chrone, firefox, and opera.
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This is caused by browser sniffing on bing's end, they are sending Opera user agent a different page for some reason. If you mask user agent as chrome it's fine: http://i.imgur.com/NonCXyu.jpg
Just install the domain user agent addon (https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/user-agent-switcher/?display=en) and add an entry for www.bing.com with the user agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/46.0.2490.86 Safari/537.36
My back piece will either be the town of Tristram or a portrait style painting of Leoric when he was still alive. Here are the two possible images:
If you are referring to the new opera based on chromium, the way you can export bookmarks from it is to install this extension in opera :
from the extension's gui, you can export opera bookmarks to a html file and then import it to chrome.
In chrome, open bookmarks manager, you will see a tab open that has 2 parts - left part is the folder tree, right part is the folder/url management - in this part at the top click on Organize and choose "Import bookmarks from html file".
~~And then you'll be able to install uBlock Origin from the Chrome addon store.~~
EDIT: This one https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/ublock/?display=en is uBlock Origin.
I was actually refusing to update Opera 11 to the new WebKit Opera until RES stopped working for it. Nowadays, at version 31, it's pretty ok and with an extension you can install any extension from the Chrome store.
Get "Download Chrome Extention" extention: https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/download-chrome-extension-9/
Then grab a chrome extention like this one:
they say that this extension works only on Opera 11 and 12
Also, try grease monkey on firefox. Greasemonkey has scripts that enable this function.
But man, Personal blocklist for chrome was the best.
What will we do? ;(
If you are on Opera there's this one, looks pretty similar. If you are using IE or something else I can't help you :)
I installed Opera, which uses the same rendering engine as Chrome and Safari (WebKit). It's still hard on resources when you're running it, but it doesn't run in the background.
I don't use any browser extensions, but you can always try the Chrome Extension Extension.
When I'm on battery, I use modern IE.
It's being weird with me as well. It seems to only retain the setting if I leave the text file open in a text editor while I open Opera after making the change - if I don't leave the file open, Opera resets it to its previous state.
This is why the extension solution is probably a better option in most circumstances. You should be able to use this to download my extension to use with Opera.
Edit: Just tested my extension in Opera and it works perfectly.
I use YouTube Center. It's originally a Greasemonkey script which has been made into Firefox, Chrome, and Opera add-ons. It's pretty nifty overall and one of the main things I like is the download.
Can also use an extension to export them in html format: https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/bookmarks-import-export/?display=en
and fwiw bookmarks in the new opera are stored in Opera Profile folder > favorites.db and favorites-db-journal
(/ajbook-r) The install button doesn't work in Opera. But using the Download Chrome Extension extension you can visit the chrome webstore and install BPM from there.
Try seamoneky. It still has a lot of gui options and leaves power to the user in much more aspects than Firefox. Also try the new Opera after s and messing with flags. You can use Chrome add-ons on Opera too with the Download Chrome Extension extension.
If you use Chrome, check out the "ImprovedTube" extension. You can turn all annotations off, set the quality of all videos, change player size, video volume, hide annotations, and a couple other quite useful things!!
Edit: Here's some links:
ImprovedTube for Chrome and
ImprovedTube for Opera
Unfortunately, the app is not available for Firefox or Safari, but hopefully these make some peoples' YouTube experiences a lot better.
Have you tried SmoothScroll? You will need to install Download Chrome Extension beforehand.
gonna make a plug for opera browser. because isnt what we all want google chrome but not google chrome, it syncs you account, it has full access to the google chrome selection of addons and it isnt a resource hog run by google
that will allow you to even use the chrome webstore, no tinkering needed
Some time ago I fired up an old PC with Firefox 2.x installed. I was blown away by all the customization options that used to be there and the incredible usefulness of a status bar with a few extensions. Unfortunately next to no websites work with such an ancient thing.
It's hard to believe how much they have dumbed down the browser over the years. If someone wants to feel the nostalgia or learn how it felt to be in control of almost every aspect of the browser without the need to install third party addons or modify user.css, you can look for some portable Firefox 2.x.
I have originally switched from Opera (used it back when it was adware) to Firefox and now I'm close to switching from Firefox to Opera.
There are some really good Chome extensions like µMatrix which beats noscript in every aspect but enhanced mitigation features such as clickjacking protection (which to be honest has only given me false positives).
You also get such basic things as paste and go keyboard shortcut, usable master password and click-to-play per element out of the box. If they ever get something similar to OmniSidebar I will most likely make a switch. If they do not, then Palemoon sooner than later will become my default browser. I already have more extensions to fix Firefox annoyances and add stripped features than to enhance the capabilities of the browser...
Just remember to enable show advanced settings and Opera’s Power User Mode - without them it's as poor as Chrome.
I agree with /u/desrtfx that Java is not well suited for this.
But I would say if you want to integrate with a webpage, consider making an Opera extension, or possibly use something like Violent Monkey (GreaseMonkey for Opera) https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/violent-monkey
You could then probably try to do number of different things:
Nice fix! Might be worth checking out the Hover Zoom chrome plugin which is still updated and is apparently what this is based on (you'll need the Opera Chrome Extension to install it).
BTW you can get your profile directory from opera://about (works for all OSes).
You could use this extension, which works flawlessly, but to be honest GGBlocker works awfully, due to the fact that archive pages are messy or (often) nonexistant.
There is indeed a way around this!
Please do the following steps:
Install this plugin
Once installed, the settings page for the plug-in should open
Select 'Bookmarks' in the left-hand side
Click 'Export' under 'Bookmarks' (detailed image)
Opera will download your list of bookmarks as a HTML file.
Click the three stripes in the top right corner
Choose 'Bookmarks' -> 'Bookmarks manager'
In the bookmarks manager, click organize and choose 'Import bookmarks from HTML-file'.
I have this one for Opera, but there have to be ones for Chrome and Mozilla
p.s. the original was a nice png, but imgur shrank it