The Opera browser is one of the best out there. It's the only mainstream browser with 1-KEY TAB CYCLING. None of thet Ctrl+Tab stuff. Just hit 1 to cycle left and 2 to cycle right. In any case, I am having an ongoing issue with my opera browser, when I have multiple tabs open.
If I have multiple tabs open for a long time, after a while of being idle, the browser goes into some strange mode. This mode is not visually detectable. At the most, I think it occurs after a webpage refresh, which happens periodically anyway. After some random refresh, then ALL of my keys become 0-9 keys. Meaning even if I hit a letter key all I get is 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 in ascending order cycling back to 0 again. Also, if I hold shift, then it will cycle the symbols of the 0-9 keys on your qwerty keyboard.
The only way beyond closing my browser I've found to end this "mode" is to get a browser menu to popup. Hitting Ctrl-O to Open something, then Escaping that menu ends the 0-9 key mode.
Does anyone know what is happening, and how to keep my browser from switching into that mode?
This happens on the latest version of Opera and it's past 2 updates.