Sorry I haven't been back for a while...
Everyone seems to be misunderstanding the problem.
OLD version of Firefox: Nitroflare and CDRomance open and display perfectly. Attempting to download anything requires you to pass reCAPTCHA, which doesn't work in this version.
Pale Moon, last version for XP: Nitroflare and CDRomance open and display perfectly. Attempting to download anything requires you to pass reCAPTCHA, which doesn't work in this version.
Opera: Nitroflare and CDRomance will NOT open. All I get is the error message that the site can't provide a secure connection. Changing to "http" does not help. Opera will not let me access any part of these sites.
I am running into more and more sites that Opera refuses to open. In every case, Pale Moon and even my old version of Fire Fox display these sites just fine.
The problem is that these sites rely on reCAPTCHA which refuses to work on anything other than the latest web browsers. Changing the user agent doesn't work, as reCAPTCHA is doing something that older versions of Firefox and Pale Moon don't support.
Only Opera supports passing a reCAPTCHA challenge under XP, but that doesn't do me any good if Opera won't even open the site.
How is that an older version of Pale Moon and even a version of Firefox that's now considered ancient can open Nitroflare and CDRomance just fine, but Opera claims it can't?
It says it can't open a secure connection. Fine, I DO NOT CARE if the connection is secure. I just want it to open the site!
@leocg I tried to download the last version of opera from site but the downloader stay forever downloading .. so i have Opera 56 source dirctly from a friend
Nope .. it was not happening in Chrome or Edge
I'm new user for Opera and sience i installe it it's not working..
We were discussing #2 recently - a user wanted to restyle the Google results page (using Stylish), he needed to allow the extension on search results or it wouldn't work.
Item 3 is obvious - does the extension also apply to files saved on your computer or only to sites on the web?
That thread points to https://extensions.openoffice.org/en/project/czech-dictionary-pack-ceske-slovniky-cs-cz, but you can search the site for a Norwegian one to see if it works. https://extensions.openoffice.org/en/project/norwegian-dictionaries-spell-checker-thesaurus-and-hyphenation might be it, but didn't check.
Looking through your older posts (including the linked thread), I didn't see that you ever tried to disable hardware acceleration just to test how it behaves in Opera then. Not suggesting that as a solution, but a test. You can do this under opera://settings/system and then restart Opera. Or, you can launch Opera from the command line with the --disable-gpu switch too/instead. See https://stackoverflow.com/a/1308947/1697 if needed for doing that on Mac.
Are these still your systems?
You need a 500+ Hz mouse
What mouse do you have btw?
and the desktop should actually be running at 240 fps behind Opera
Did you mean something specific about the desktop should be running at 240 other than the monitor refresh rate being set and showing as so in the display settings for the OS?
Yes, I've overclocked the HDMI port (headless display which is always on just for audio) going to my AV receiver to 120/144 Hz for my 240 and 144 Hz monitors respectively. I didn't have stuttering due to the mismatch
Could you expand on this? How did you overclock it?
I don't use the two monitors together, but only either one monitor and the AVR.
Do both HDMI connections run from the GPU through the AVR where you switch inputs on the AVR to select which monitor? If so, have you tried connecting the gpu to the monitor directly to bypass the receiver altogether? Even if other browsers work fine with it, it'd be interesting to see if makes a difference for Opera.
Is there any way you can make a high-fps video that shows the difference between Chrome and Opera for example so there's a visual of the problem?
That happens if you are running in compatibility mode. Right click your shortcut, choose Properties and go to the Compatibility tab. Turn off the checkbox "Run this program in compatibility mode for:". Click OK to dismiss the properties dialog. Close and restart Opera and the border should be gone.
I don't think there is a way to set media files to be downloaded automatically when you click on a link to them, you will need to do it manually by right clicking on the link or using the download feature in the player.
I can confirm.
Open up a new tab.
Type g and google.com will autocomplete with oogle.com being highlighted in blue.
Press ctrl + shift + right arrow and the selection will trim down to the next word boundary so that just com is highlighted. In Opera, the shortcut doesn't do anything. (Probably because the autocompleted part isn't considered part of the text yet)