@leocg Thanks. This somewhere helped!
OpenGL - made the browser lockup when playing a video.
D3D11 - not no affect and just had the same issues as usual.
D3D9 - this had the best affect, but not without issue, and it's a very strange issue. Above 1080p (2K and 4K) There may have been dropped frames at the start, but then things settle and it runs fine, same with anything below 1080p, but 1080p it's just constantly dropping frames again, but no stutter. Strange that 4x 1080p is fine, but a 1/4 of that and it's struggling.
@deezy872 said in DNS over HTTPS not working, although enabled:
Connected to 220.127.116.11 No
Using DNS over HTTPS (DoH) No
Using DNS over TLS (DoT) No
how did it suddenly go from NO to YES ?
you never said what commands you ran besides doing a traceroute but that has nothing to do with dns client itself- for you know it can be the host's own dns setup that can simpy reach cloudflare .. Is there a built in dns service in Opera cause that is the first time i heard of such a thing - I know DNSCrypt has no issues using DOH or DNSSEC but Opera ? Experimental ?? i take it you're using default dns client/service on windows but which version of windows are you using Vista, 7 , 8 , 8.1 or 10 ? Do you have any specific router setups or are you connected to an ISP service gateway directly , does it support ipv6 - how is your firewall setup , did you create any custom rules ?? etc etc
LeoCG, i was able to do it yesterday. May be I phrased myself incorrectly, I meant to merge 2 tabs into 1 group.
I just realized what I was doing wrong, the feature works. So, if you want to merge to tabs together, you just drag one tab into the heading of another and wait for like 1/3 of a second, then they will merge.
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