frogman Posted November 29, 2010 Share Posted November 29, 2010 Thanks, but I have a funny feeling I had tried that and the bookmark html icon remained as Opera's, even tried changing the icon.I un-ticked the associated files with Opera, but I left the http and https, should I have un-ticked these too?Yes, http and https protocols are associated with *.htm and *.html files.That's why Opera is still claiming them.However if you set Firefox to be your default browser Firefox should take them over.Tools>Options>Advanced>General Tab.Press the "Check Now" button. Yeah that was the thing though, FF didn't take them all over, but of course perhaps if I had un-ticked those 2 protocols then that would have helped.I had really only downloaded Opera for the printing, but as I can print fine with I.E6, then I won't bother too much with Opera and may actually remove it, don't want to bloat the system with browsers. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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