This is truly bizarre - full-screen Flash is working fine on some of the other livestream on the ITV website, but not on the others.
Full-screen Flash works fine on:
Full-screen Flash does not work on:
I performed a search for the old version of Intellicast but kept coming up with Wunderground redirects. I even tried the "csv.intellicast.com" and while it worked for a day or so, when I restarted my computer, it would redirect me to Wunderground. So, I bid farewell to that downgrade and searched tirelessly for another radar map. It was tough but I found one. here. It offers the Layers option with radar, satellite, current conditions, earthquakes, etc., as Intellicast did. I'm content using this one. Note: it's not just for New York. I'm in Montreal Canada.
Same here, looks like it doesn't have the focus on the opera window even though the buttons are colored. A soon as I 'grab' the opera window with the mouse and move it a fraction, the yellow button starts working again... really anoying and present since a couple of versions. Think it started behaving like that after I upgraded to Mojave.
@sgunhouse Hey you were right. It was that simple. I went to the compressed screen and hit view/zoom out. a window came up on the right saying -25. I hit zoom in and when the window came up I ran over to it and reset the zoom. All is back to normal. Google maps is working as well. Glad I joined the group. Thanks!!!
For Opera, or any application that may be buried in an unknown location, there are several ways to locate the application files, including spotlight searches and some terminal commands; however, in the case of applications that will open with contextual menu shortcuts, the simplest way to do this is the following:
Launch the Opera browser (or other application) using the 'open with' submenu in the contextual menus. The browser should display in the Dock as a normal application would.
Right-click the application and select the "Show in Finder" menu item. This will open a folder containing the browser.
Remove the application by deleting it.
Repeat this as long as the application can be located in the Finder in this way (users may have to restart their computers after each deletion to update contextual menus and other application links).
Here's a detailed tutorial about how to do clean and complete uninstall of Opera Mac.
Have you tried going into System Preferences > Language & Region > Region to check whether it's set there to China?
As for your bookmarks, I don't know where they are stored; there isn't a .plist or a library container which gives them and if they're in the application package, I can't find them there either. One of the devs on the Mac side will have to answer that question, and it might depend on which version of the OS you had when you made those bakups.
I'm using the latest public release of Opera on MacOS 10.14.2.