Obviously, Opera can not access system fonts.
If Opera sends the document directly to the printer, it comes to the missing characters, if the print runs through the system, then it does not.
I have for now a solution, print as picture:
In case other web developers arrive here in search of an answer to localhost invalid SSL certs causing Opera to require re-login after browser restart, the solution is to visit opera://flags/#allow-insecure-localhost to enable the Allow Insecure Loclhost setting then relaunch the browser.
@gombosg said in Flash player not work in Last opera stable and developer:
@jayaguru-shishya Exactly, this is the issue unfortunately. Your fix works. I just made a small script that I run each time Opera is updated. Not the best, but a working workaround.
Will be appreciated if you share it.
It seems that debian and mageia depend on the libav* libs (libavcodec/libavcodec-extra, libavformat and libavutil) instead of libffmpeg to provide the needed html5 support for chromium. I thought it was just debian, but after I checked chromium's dependencies on mageia, I am sure they do the same.
How hard is it for opera devs to make opera use these libs as well instead of its own libffmpeg and the ones provided by chromium ffmpeg codecs (on the distros that do build and package them).
Glad I helped
In case anyone of the devs is reading this...
As we all see from the above, opera expects to find the widevice libs inside chrome's installation path. Why not add the
path to the above. It is where ubuntu's chromium package installs the same libs. I mean, opera checks for the ppapi flash in various locations in order to find it, so why not look for the widevine libs elsewhere? Editing these files to add the proper path, as far as I know, breaks opera because it somehow checks the "originality" of them and fails to start.
And all that is just a part of a bigger discussion about customizability, e.g. the default search engines follow the same rules and cause the same problem if their file is altered.
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