I found a solution for myself on another site. Running Opera for mac 56.0.3051.52
Turns out the Amazon Honey extension was causing the lag. Disabled the extension....no issue....hope it helps others....was very frustrating.
I have also had the same problem 3 times, Opera crashing and the icon in the dock was also changing to a generic application icon.
The solution was to download and install Opera again.
The very positive issues are that mostly all settings are retained and that the installation process is smooth and straight forward.
Yes, the topic on which I reply is VERY old!!!
The bug is still there in 56.0.3051.52
If this isn't going to be fixed soon, I'd sadly see myself to be forced to switch to alternative browser, after using Opera from the very beginning.
Hint: May be it's as easy as updating the underlying UI framework or library.
It also appears that those passwords that are still saved are not listed in 'Password Manager', even if it is showing in the password pop up window next to address bar.
The Password Manager List is just empty.
When updating login and password, Opera never ask to save the password (even with setting being 'on' in Preference).
Thanks for your answer(s).
Problem is still there.
Extremely annoying. Basically cant use fullscreen mode because i dont have tabs (or address bar), so a lot of my screen is wasted on some osx bars and toolbars.
System:Mac OS X 10.13.6 64-bit
Its very annoying bug. Checkboxes are not present even in devtools which is just ... too much.
Im on high sierra.
Opera is up to date
System:Mac OS X 10.13.6 64-bit
At first I thought it was a crazy coincidence that one of my friends' facebook profile page would appear topmost at the google search results when I was searching for... pizza via private browsing (don't ask why ). And that got me wondering - how popular can this person be? What are the odds that this person is related to my Pizza query? So I checked the same query on other devices, browsers and I even had friends run the query (while we were waiting for the pizza) on their phones and indeed I was the only one seeing this results, and only the browser sessions that where logged onto google services would I get this particular mix of results. The rest would simply display Pizza related results.
Now I can recall seeing on one of "my" devices and under this particular friend's profile a message similar to "you are seeing this result because you have visited this page on XX/XX/2018" but I can't seem to find this disclaimer anymore - I even checked if this personalization was perhaps related to my public IP or location services, or perhaps something identifiable in my router, but those other people on my WiFi network would get vanilla Pizza results not to mention that Safari on the very computer, that isn't logged-onto any google services would also get plain pizza related results.
I even checked for extensions on Opera that might be leaking (not that private mode allows extensions but anyway) but I don't have any installed!
That's how Touch is designed. Opera browser for Android has bookmarks and can sync with desktop, Opera Touch doesn't. (Unfortunately Apple doesn't allow browsers that don't use Safari's rendering engine in the App Store, so there is no "Opera browser for IOS".)