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Powergallery Display Error in AOL 9.1

Thread began 1/02/2010 2:27 pm by lyn212943 | Last modified 1/08/2010 4:24 pm by lyn212943 | 4389 views | 38 replies


Yes, fresh page everytime. Clear cache, Close browser, Open new browser, load page

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  Are you loading you page into opera fresh?

I notice that If i have your page open in opera when I close it, it is automatically loaded when I start Opera. this happens regardless of whether I clear private data or not.

Also, do you have Opera set in turbo mode? I noticed "Turbo" mode made everything slow down quite a bit. It's not really such a turbo setting.

Just for a bit of browser info:
According, the usage for the Opera browser is currently at 2.3%. All other browsers, including IE6 are more commonly used than Opera is. I think the majority of opera usage comes from 2 areas:
1) It is the browser used by the Nintendo Wii console.
2) Developers testing for cross browser support.

I would estimate that those 2 camps alone account for about 90% of Opera usage.

you can see the w3schools stats here:

Yes, fresh page everytime. Clear cache, Close browser, Open new browser, load page

I follow those steps each time and I'm able to reproduce the same issue in Opera each time.

The "automatic opening the last page" thing is an Opera feature that I don't use and is turned off on my computer. You just turn it off in your preferences. I also don't use Turbo. That is also not coded into my page at all.

Thanks so much for the Opera usage info. I read an article that made me think more and more people were using it and my husband started using it as his primary browser.

Thanks, Lyn

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