I use OPERA as a browser it took 9 seconds to download. Then opens like a web page with a nice list of links.
You should not be seeing a WebPage, you should import it into Opera and then it will be a series of Bookmarks with titles.
Yes, you can look directly at the downloaded file, but that is an excruciating way to try and find something you want.
I installed Opera just to see what you are talking about and wrote the following.
Click on the top left corner, (Customize and Control Opera)
Go to More TOOLS
Select Import Bookmarks
Click the down Arrow and select HTML files.
Make it look like this
Now go thru your computer folders until you find the bookmarks file you downloaded, on your Desktop?
In a special Download folder? No matter where, select it like shown below
Click on OPEN and then DONE.
You should now be able to view the imported bookmarks.
But right here, I am going to have to say that the method that Opera chose do display Bookmarks is so convoluted as to make me go insane.
It does not honor "Settings" and stay in List View, it keeps defaulting back to Thumbnail view.
And it does not use the standard bookmark display that all the other browsers do.
I highly encourage you to install this bookmark file in Firefox and use it from there, even if the only reason you do so is to view the Forum's Indexed bookmarks.
this is how Opera displays the Bookmarks
Contrast this type of Bookmark view to those of the other browsers that I showed in the Forum Index thread.
I apologize for the fuzzy view, but when Bookmarks are opened in any browser, and you try to do a Screen Capture with the "Alt-ScrnPrint" buttons, the bookmarks disappear.
So, I used a camera and the camera is so fast, it only catches every other screen line display, or half the actual image.... I need to experiment with Long Exposures on making screenshots with a camera.
If you want to see the original CAMERA IMAGE file, click on this link:
It is ten times better to look at.