Posting about your problem
After have done the steps above and confirmed that the problem is most probably in Opera, it's time to post about it.
Start the topic with a title that briefly describe the problem so people will know about what this is about.
Don't try to explain all the problem in the title.
Use tags to make it easy for other users to find posts about similar issues. If posting about Opera Mail then add the 'Opera Mail' tag
In the post (body) you should include the following information:
Your version of MacOS
Your version of Opera
If the problem is with a page, a link to it
A screen-shot of the problem if it's related to something not showing as should
A description of the problem, including as much as information as possible
Steps to (try to) reproduce the issue
Expected behavior and actual one
@leocg Yes, but I just reset it, I already had a new password associated with my email address, I could log in with that, but it said my passwords were encoded by using my old password and not the newer one that I've had for the past three or four years. When someone changes their password, the saved password store, should be unencrypted and then stored with the new password automatically.
I'm not losing much, I have most of my passwords written down, including my Opera account password, but what Opera wanted for me to unencrypt my password store was my old password.
That makes no sense and I had already erased my old password from my paper password book, if I had scratched it out, maybe I could read it, but my old password must have been a dozen years ago or so as I've been using my current password for a long time.
@swimboy I don't have that option here, it should be a Mac specific one. If the dedicated GPU is better, you may try using it.
As far as I know, WebGL depends on hardware acceleration, so it being disabled caused the message on the page.
Unless you are using a very old computer or one with a weak hardware, I don't see a reason to not have hardware acceleration enabled.
Same problem here. It's being talked about on another post as well
Links just don't respond until I open them in a new tab, then after about 10-15 seconds it comes up. Mostly occurs on Google Search links
@linchpinning said in Random Websites Spontaneously Open in Tabs:
In my cookies, there was one for rktch.com, which is a site I never went to, so no idea how they set a cookie
It can be from another page you have visited.
And Ngnix is, as far as I know, just a webserver software.