I am having the same issue. Checked for Opera updates and one was available, updated to 53.0.2907.106 but issue persists. OS is Windows 10 v1803. The site works correctly in Edge browser. Issue persists whether or not logged in to Google, and signed in as different users on Windows.
Further, in the reviews section of an app's information page the summary (5 ratings bars) is displayed but the review texts aren't visible, only a continuously rotating "loading" circle.
Since you said it loaded fine there, I downloaded a new Opera on a machine that never had it installed, and citi.com works. I did a "browser reset" on the failing machine, and citi.com works. I'll take it from here.
@nvmjustagirl I have captured the crash log in this paste:
My laptop is Lenovo Y50 with UHD touch screen, intel i7 4710. I have never had a problem with video driver with any apps before. Just this Opera seemed to crash once in a while.
The message seemed to indicate:
Trying to call glGetShaderPrecisionFormat without current GL context
Trying to call glClientWaitSync without current GL context
Trying to call glGetError without current GL context
GpuProcessHostUIShim: The GPU process crashed!
This has happened randomly, and not on a particular website, eg: this crash log was captured when I was checking gmail.
@gromanbel It doesn't seem to be an Opera feature but something generated by the site itself or by a third party.
I'm not seeing it here.
Follow the instructions at https://forums.opera.com/topic/23068/instructions-on-posting-about-problems-in-opera-for-computers
Close down Opera and edit operaprefs.ini (see "Menu -> Help -> About Opera" for the location first. Take note of the "mail" folder location too). Under the "[Mail]" section add (or set if it's already there):
Mail Root Directory=drive_you_want://folder_you_want/mail
Then, before you start Opera, move the "mail" folder so that it's in "folder_you_want". Then, when you start Opera, you should be good to go.
You can set the Mail Root Directory in opera:config, close Opera, move the mail folder and start Opera if you want to do it that way instead.
@y0y0 said in How to access NOAA sites with Opera 10?:
... There is no reason for 'security' to view a weather site. ...
While I agree with you, the problem is that for whatever reason, there remains an apparent steady migration of the site universe to https and other technical protocols. In some cases, it's for consistency by site operators across their whole range of site offerings, some of which might actually need the https security or other kinds of protocols. Regardless, it is the way it is, and we users either have to maintain browser compatibility as this unfolds or face increasing numbers of sites that just won't work with an older browser, frustrating as all that might be.
IMAP or POP?
How much bandwidth is Opera Mail using? Are you talking about using a computer that's tethered to a hotspot on your phone where you only have like 4GB a month or something?
Are there any messages in "All Messages/Outbox" with large attachments that are failing to send?
@burnout426 It might also be a mouse hardware issue. my mouse for example has the issue that it sometimes fire a double click instead of a single one, which can happen when the contact of the button isnt perfect.