opera improvements (see screenshots)

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  1. iceni60

    iceni60 ( ^o^)

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    here's some useful userjs scripts for opera.

    google-pager.js from this opera forum thread. instead of having to keep pressing 'next page' it just keeps scrolling, i took a screenshot, you can see it's on to the 4th page where it says 'results 41 - 50' -

    pager.png

    you need javascript enabled at google for it to work, if you don't want JS enabled hitting the spacebar on google search pages takes you down the page and then to the next page results without having to click on next page.

    here's a userjs that adds download links below the video - youtube_down.js at the bottom of this thread.

    download.png

    here's the youtube resizer one -
    http://userstyles.org/styles/6420
     
  2. Huupi

    Huupi Registered Member

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    Interesting but more concerned with the color display,when will Opera add colormanagement to the desktop just like Firefox 3.Must admit that its interesting for me only because most of my customers have no colormanaging on their systems.
     
  3. iceni60

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    i think you're just about the first person ever to reply to one of my opera threads! :eek: i post them for a reference incase i ever need to do a reinstall mainly lol

    i thought colour management was something that's supposed to be done with your monitor when you setup the computer, i didn't realise it had anything to do with browser setup too, maybe firefox is starting to add gimmicky things :cautious: i heard a podcast recently where someone went on a weekend course learning how to setup sound and colour correctly on home movie systems, that's partly why i thought it was just a one off thing - setup the colour and sound and that's it! that's not computers though, i'll try it out on firefox!

    have you looked to see if opera has something similar to the firefox colour management? i've found opera normally has everything i've looked for, it's easy to think opera doesn't have many extras when it has so much.

    here are some toolbars. i'm cutting and pasteing below from a post i did a few days a go, someone might use them??

    there's addons like StumbleUpon
    http://www.operastumbler.com/

    Web Developer Toolbar
    http://operawiki.info/WebDevToolbar

    you can add loads of extra toolbars and menus
    http://my.opera.com/community/customize/setups/menu/
    http://my.opera.com/community/customize/setups/
     
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