Opera is a closed source chromium based browser (as of version 15), developed by the company Opera Software.

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How to get Opera work correctly with Privoxy?

I use Privoxy and recently switched back to Opera as browser. Anything is fine, but one thing is annoying: Everytime I start the computer I have to restart privoxy (sudo /etc/init.d/privoxy restart) ...
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Opera-like tab-switching in chrome or firefox

Is there a way of switching tabs in Chrome or Firefox by scrolling the mouse-wheel while keeping the right mouse-button pressed? In Chrome or Firefox (with tab-wheel-scroll extension) you can switch ...
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How to hide the titlebar in Opera?

I just did a fresh installation of Ubuntu 10.10 64-bits on my notebook. Downloaded the Opera 10.63 .deb package (http://www.opera.com/browser/download/) and installed it. Now I want to know if ...
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Why does an Opera widget (analog clock) use so much CPU? [closed]

When I was using Arch Linux with KDE 4.5 and Opera analogue clock widget, it was much less CPU-consuming. Now, on Ubuntu 10.10 (and I use the same proper graphics driver) it consumes mean of 15% of ...