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Old 20th June 2009, 02:51 AM
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Opera Annoyance not loading pages after reconnection

this is not a big issue but it's getting annoying...

i'm using Opera and i notice that if my connection to the internet disconnects (using wireless) Opera wouldn't load any page if reconnected...

how can i set it so Opera would recognize or search for connection after a few seconds of disconnection? to fix this problem i always have to restart Opera...

This issue happened to me on previous version (9.6)..

Firefox doesn't have this issue but i think its more todo with Opera setting...

system spec: Fedora 11, Opera 10 beta

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