Have the same issue and I've noticed that the autofill works but after many seconds, something which is make it unusable. Your solution is quicker but not optimal. Waiting for a reply from dashlane too but don't think that anything will change.
@burnout426 said in How to disable opera from starting up automatically at my notification bar?:
@gbras Yeah, it's fine. As long as the notification program is gone, you're good.
Thanks for the good info.
@erik_s So you've installed something that Opera already has?; Or I am missing something?
Regarding the download dialogue showing up, does it happens with any PDF on any site? Sometimes the page sends the incorrect information, so Opera can't identify the file as a PDF.
@clmopera said in Opera keeps constantly freezing over the past 6 months already:
Went to check on extensions.. lost as well, ok.. let download them back.. and bam, frozen again,
Sound like an extension is causing the issue then. Or, maybe something to do with Opera Sync after you log back in to it. Are you having it sync your settings too?
Try a fresh profile of Opera without enabling Sync and without installing extensions to see if you can still reproduce the issue. Maybe start Opera with the --disable-gpu switch just to see if it still does it.
If all else fails, create a new Windows user account and test Opera in it to see if your normal user account is messed up.
Opera isn't freezing for me or anything like that. Make sure you're fully updated though as there were recently some crash fixes.
i disable all the extensions that i have then i restart opera and still the same problem
then i enable the
restart opera the speed dial first time will take a moment to open
after that i can open many tabs and it will open fast
BTW even when i uninstall opera and start new fresh profile and without any extensions
the problem is still there..!!
@NanoSmurf said in Several of my extensions have stopped working recently:
-Youtube Refined (unsure where i downloaded this extension)
I see the URL for it might be https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/youtube-refined/bhbammekghlcjhbiekoldhpfgelblcni?hl=vi, but it's no longer there in the Chrome Webstore. You can try https://www.crx4chrome.com/extensions/bhbammekghlcjhbiekoldhpfgelblcni/. One of the crx download sources (besides the Chrome webstore one) might work.
I don't know if Opera 36 supports it, but you can modify the Opera shortcut to pass --disable-gpu to launcher.exe to see if it avoids the crash.
"C:\Program Files\Opera\launcher.exe" --disable-gpu
Or, at least goto "Menu -> settings -> browser -> system" and disable hardware acceleration and restart Opera.
I would download the Opera installer, launch it, click "options", set "install path" to a folder named "Opera Temp" on your desktop, set "install for" to "standalone installation", uncheck "import data from default browser" and install. In that Opera, log into sync and choose to only sync your bookmarks. Then, when the unwanted bookmarks come in, move them to the trash there and empty the trash. Then, sign out of sync and log back into sync. Then, check sync.opera.com again.
If they're still there at sync.opera.com, they might be stuck on the server for some reason where you'll then need to choose "reset my sync data" and start all over.
Before you do any of that though, right-click one of your open tabs and choose to save all open tabs as a speed dial folder. Then, export your bookmarks (at the URL opera://bookmarks) and your passwords (at the URL opera://settings/passwords) just for good measure.
@gp123 said in Opera Not Supported ??:
Login page does not list Opera as a "supported browser".
Oh, the list you get when you click to login at the top right of https://www.mysynchrony.com?
Some mouse and/or keyboard actions result in unexpected or no response.
Goto the URL opera://flags/#chromium-ua-compatibility and enable that, restart Opera and try again to see if that fixes things.
@therealspoljo said in Cannot import passwords from Chrome, Firefox or .csv file:
I found out that there is supposed to be a flag (opera://flags/#passwordimport) to enable importing passwords from a .csv file but I do not have that flag available.
See https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=1017371#c6. The flag was removed from Chromium. Flags have expiration milestones and will be automatically removed when that time comes (even if there's no UI present for the feature it controls).
Also, see https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=953690 if you want to track flag removal.
I found the reason. I try it before but I don't know why it does found before. I use addons Google Translator. If it is disabled, all is working.
I would wrote to creators.
Thanks wolks. looks I muss wrote this topic to found the point of problem