opera backup

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  1. ellison64

    ellison64 Registered Member

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    Ive been persevering with opera 9 the last two days ,and after "discovering" custom buttons (didnt know they existed last time i tried opera) ,i have opera almost how i have firefox (which has been my main browser).I like the speed of opera and am finding the more i use it the more i like it.However with firefox i had mozbackup which automated the backing up of all things important if a crash occured (which was very rare i must say with firefox).Any how is there a similar automated backup programe for opera?
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    there are 1000s of custom buttons, just do a search for bookmarklets, i have a Dictionary and Thesaurus bookmarklet which will either lookup a highlighted word, or if no word is highlighted a popup will appear for you to type the word in, there are some great wayback machine bookmarklets too. you can also use userjs too so Opera does things like google suggest. here's an old picture i did showing it
    http://img377.imageshack.us/my.php?image=screenshotgoogleopera8547ve.png

    here's that script
    http://userjs.org/scripts/site/enhancements/google-suggest

    this is the home page
    http://userjs.org/

    and here are all the scripts
    http://userjs.org/scripts/

    here's how to install the scripts
    http://userjs.org/help/installation

    i know it's abit OT, but opera's so good :cool:
     
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    Thats an intresting backup too.I now have both too play with :)
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    Yes i must admit im starting to like opera very much.I couldnt compare it to firefox last time i tried it ,because i was basically unaware of the custom buttons which allows me to modify it to my liking (and roboform incompatability...though i have found a happy medium with the wand).Ive always read that opera can do this and that ,such as view in ie or firefox ,and then become annoyed because i cant find any such buttons,in the basic installation.The custom buttons has really opened it up for me.
    thank you for the links iceni.
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    Thanks for the links iceni, very useful.
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