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Old 21-06-2008, 01:11 PM   #1
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is there any way to add extra pages to opera's speed dial on top of the given 9 spaces?

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Default Re: opera's speed dial

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is there any way to add extra pages to opera's speed dial on top of the given 9 spaces?

There is a way, but it is no where near easy. I would rather sit, wait and hope for a future version with a speed dial with more than nine spaces than do this:

http://my.opera.com/remcolanting/blo...s-there-you-go


But that of course, is just my opinion.

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sweet ass, thanks man

actuially its easy just go to

C:\Documents and Settings\"user name"\Application Data\Opera\Opera\profile

and open up speeddial.ini with notepad or somethin similar, and add


[Size]
Rows=?
Columns=?

with the rows and columns of your choice




i used 5 rows 6 columns

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Originally posted by acid44
sweet ass, thanks man

actuially its easy just go to

C:\Documents and Settings\"user name"\Application Data\Opera\Opera\profile

and open up speeddial.ini with notepad or somethin similar, and add


[Size]
Rows=?
Columns=?

with the rows and columns of your choice




i used 5 rows 6 columns

It seems I didn't read the article correctly!

I missed the bottom where it says you have to add the lines into the ini. I did read the top that said poke around in the dlls and thought - eep!

Oh well,
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lol i did the same thing at first... funny thing is i forget what site i wanted to add to it now:p
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I found myself wondering this today, thanks for asking before i did ^_^

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