The save the attachment has vanished after I did a re-boot of the system. This came about after I had noticed gkrellm go bananas with hardly anything running.
Following bothered me, watching gkrellm indicated too high cpu load,because hardly any applications running, I have enough power too, it takes some time to realise that cpu is over the usual level, when save attachment problem showed up and
cursor disappearing I started gkrellm.Problem:
Opera version 10.70, Cursor becomes invisible part of the time, suddenly just fade and then return a second or two later, so it seemed. I was a bit slow here before I checked with 'gkrellm' and 'top'
I found that my two processors were running at 65% and more all the time when they ought to be doing around 2-3%. This is something triggered by Opera, I believe. The processors load continues when closing Opera on Linus system and it seems that only log out and login will reset normal cpu loading. (Have recorded pictures of gkrellm)
When checking with 'top' dbus-daemon
is always top of the list at around 12%
I have also seen something similar in Windows. Here Opera 10.54 involved but when closing Opera the load drops. Her I used wireshark to trap internet traffic but that did not reveal anything abnormal as far as I could see.
Any hint on what I can do to trap the operation and get a closer picture of what is going on. I have been unable to figure out what triggers the "overload".
Perhaps this relates to the failing to save a file from Opera.