userid <[email protected]>:
Peter, thanks for clarifying this. But, apparently, there should be
something - maybe in my personal setup, even if I tried with a fresh new
one - that prevents Opera to find it.
That sounds weird. If the file is there, the preference is set for Opera
to use it and you haven't modified the file yourself, it should read and
Do you get any error message in the error console (Tools - Advanced -
On Xp, I'm finding browser.js in c:\documents and
I don't know why the double Opera folder... May it depend on that?
The first is "Opera" as in the name of the program, the second is "Opera"
as the name of the directory you installed this copy of Opera in. This is
so that you can install multiple versions of Opera and have different
profiles for each version (if you install to the directory "Opera-other",
it will store its settings in "...\Application Data\Opera\Opera-other\".
\\// Peter Krefting - Core Technology Developer, Opera Software ASA