If you also have chromium v67 installed from that repo, downgrading chromium ffmpeg codecs to v66 broke it.
I suggest removing that repo from your sources and reinstalling chromium from the main ubuntu repo.
No idea about the flash on vpn and private mode. However, flash does work as it should on private mode here. I do not use the vpn feature at all.
Hi, I found a solution, just follow my small how to.
Put files libwidevinecdm and libwidevinecdmadapter to /opt/google/chrome
If that folder doesn't exist then create it. If you don't have those files you can
download them from my googledrive
Install User-Agent Switcher addon and setup it to chome Linux and the highest chrome number
Correct me if I am wrong, but mint 17.3 is based on ubuntu 14.04 and for that reason opera 51+ should not even install due to a missing dependency, as discussed here
However, if there is a corrupt profile that prevents it from starting, with opera not running, backup your ~/.config/opera folder first, then delete it, and then launch opera again, forcing it to make a new profile folder. If it does launch, then it is a profile problem. If it does not launch, well, you should look elsewhere.
I have nothing to suggest as a solution, but I have to mention something I noticed.
That scrollbar in the middle seems to be opera's native scrollbar (the grey one), while the one on the right seems to be the site's skinned scrollbar (the blue one). On the other hand, opening your site on my pc, shows only the native scollbar and on the right side.
One thing I can imagine is hardware acceleration? Do you have hardware acceleration active? And what gpu are you on?
I am on debian testing x64, with an old 9500gt, running the nvidia 340 legacy driver and with hardware acceleration enabled.
A behaviour I have noticed... whenever the stutter happens, the video (not the audio) is frozen for about 3 seconds, consistently.
But if I move the mouse, the frozen image instantly resumes motion.
What could this possibly mean?