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I was surfing a topic I was researching and came upon a site that had a good deal of information, though none of it was organized very well. I could live with that, but I could not live with the embedded, annoying, midi files!
The Webmaster failed to include any form of user controls to either turn down the volume or stop the music altogether; I did not want to turn down my speakers as I was listening to a new CD at the time.
Opera had the answer: F12/Quick Preferences - "uncheck" Enable Plugins - Die midis, die!
I was able to peacefully finish reading the material I was researching.
Not long after that, I was at a major news and information site... suddenly a pair of "lobsters" start crawling across my screen! I knew it wasn't "flashbacks" of any sort - it was most likely the precursor to some yet unseen advertisement. Sure enough! Now an "ad-box" drifted serenely (not!) across my screen...
F12/Quick Preferences - "uncheck" Enable Javascipt - Die lobsters! Die! ;)
The Quick Preference settings are so user-friendly that they are becoming an essential part of my surfing routine; I enable/disable features at will... surfing in peace, with a "total control" browser is VERY nice indeed!
joined:July 3, 2001
but i have dual monitor win2k, and on F12 the menu stradles my 2 screens, anyone know how to change this??
Opera is becoming better with every release and always has more increase in features with each release than any other browser.
I'm sure the guys at Opera will be working on JS improvements for version 7 or 8 and I will be checking them out...