I'm not sure about the 99% statistic. I realize Flash is on it's way out, but it looks to me like a number - lots - of sites are still using it. I went to Aljazeera's site, right clicked on a video that wouldn't play and chose "player information" (or something like that). It reported that the technology was Flash.
When I went to the Adobe link you suggested, it told me to enable Flash and gave me a button to do so, even though I've checked it two or three times in Opera's settings and it was always enabled. After clicking on that button the flash video worked, but when I went back to Aljazeera, it still wouldn't work. So I tried a video on bbc.co.uk/news and got the message about enabling flash player again. So I clicked again and the video played. At the same time they showed a message saying I would have to upgrade my browser or device because in 2020 Flash would be history.
Now, regarding H.264, Fedora does have GStreamer H.264 codec, which I installed, though I have no clue as to whether Opera can deal with it or not. After reading your message I poked around until I discovered that I could also install ffmpeg via the rpm fusion repository, so I did that too. And just to be sure, I then restarted my computer. It was after restarting that I did the above test at BBC and Aljazeera. So there's something else going on here and I guess that until someone figures it out, I'll have to use Chrome, at least for sites with videos that I want to see.
Incidentally, I never have problems with youtube videos, which of course are html5
Well... I do not use cups, so I have no idea about its web interface.
But I do use transmission-daemon that has a credentials protected web interface, and that one works fine, on all my browsers. It is not on https.
I have checked my IP is fine but the website if blocked just because of government rules this using piracy content. Well, no worries currently I i'm using VPN to unblock the rarbg also I found the solution to unblocked rarbg. The website owner shared very valuable knowledge to unblocked these types of websites through VPN and proxy servers.
The gnome version of debian 10.x, and only that one, uses wayland instead of xorg. So, other than using a gpu driver that is capable of working perfectly under wayland, e.g. NOT the nvidia closed source driver, make sure that any app you are going to use works with wayland as well. That includes opera.
Else, switch to session to "gnome with xorg" and use that to test how opera works there.
It seems I wrote that on the wrong topic.
A week ago, there was a user having problems with his Passwords as well, about HTTP saved passwords and logins on HTTPS sites.
He ended up editing the Passwords and converting all of them to HTTPS.
I don't know what could be your Passwords problem, but if the problem persist:
Take an error message screenshot
Check out your accessing URLs
Try to view and edit your Passwords, take out HTTP/HTTPS:// from the URL, - they should still recognize any form of URL -, test what happens - check out linked post - .
Upload the taken info
Back up your Passwords/Profile frequently
Use a Password Manager - Keepass / Keeweb -
Is not enabled by default, look at the OMenu to enable it and know about.
@jimunderscorep I have a different experience.
I prefer opera snap over the deb. Why? It is self contained and sandboxed - No dependency hell or security breach. But, I do have a problem. Even it does not run netflix or amazon prime - same widewinecdm problem. Chromium-ffmpeg-extras is not in snap store nor this opera snap allows us to symlink chromium-ffmpeg-extras deb to symlink.
Otherwise, I started liking snap (it's really cool, buddy - thanks, Canonical), especially for apps that use internet - like, telegram, opera, etc
Opera Sync has an engine to delete duplicates, but don't know its rules and efficiency.
Try SuperSorter from Chrome Store and take care when deleting, keep a BackUp, even from the messed BK.file.
Windows 7 (x64)
Opera Test profile | Opera Back up | Reset