Sorry, I believe that I misunderstood your original note. I thought that you simply did not like the menu being in the "top of screen" position rather than the application's title bar (I'm with you on that) so i suggested that the double-click on the Opera side panel was at least the easy way to switch back and forth and get the menu when needed. The "O" button was there at one point but that seems to have been abandoned.
At any rate, on my system settings/appearance/behavior the "in the menu bar" & "always displayed" does at least work for Opera, but the fact that it then puts every program's menu there (that does not have a menu "button") at the screen top means that I stick with "windows title bar" & "always displayed" that and just do the double-click for Opera, for me the easiest way to toggle full screen.
On my boxes (combinations of 16.04, 18.04 Unity and Gnome) Chrome on most boxes seems to be operating like Opera with no window menu, Firebird and Chromium work just fine, Vivaldi uses a menu button. I have a few other browsers and Windows 10 but this note is far too long already..
At least I can get it title bars somewhere on them all. Bummer for you.
@leocg said in m3u8 broken in 65.0.3425.0:
@netlord Maybe the site is sending a different file to Opera?
No, but this pointed me to the right direction.
I have different addons installed in the browser.
In opera I also have https://gitlab.com/KevinRoebert/ClearUrls
This causes the problem.
I will disable this now.
Can be closed.
Yikes! I just tried this on my Windows 10 VM, where I don't run Opera that often, but which I always keep up to date. I enabled the Quick Access panel feature and again, it didn't work at all. Did you guys introduce some bug or something that breaks it unless one already has it enabled?
In the end, it's just a convenience thing anyway. I still hope there's some sort of fix to make it work again, I've grown really accustomed to having this panel around. If not, I guess I'll work around it
Since you are on gentoo, can't you just build chromium with libffmpeg and then move it on a location that opera expects to find it, instead of replacing the one opera provides?
Opera looks in these locations for that "better" libffmpeg
$ cat /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/opera/resources/ffmpeg_preload_config.json
@pindos unfortunately, I don't want to downgrade
Opera based on Chromium 76 will be out soon, which will prevent sites from detecting incognito mode, and I'd like to upgrade to that ASAP
Unless what you're saying is not to downgrade for the long haul, but to test what I say is true, which THAT I could do.
At the very least, you've proven I COULD downgrade, so thanks
(I actually haven't made preparations cause I wasn't expecting it possible)
Feel free then to click the 3 dots, select "flag this post for moderation" and give the mods a good reason to remove it.
On the other hand, you could have put spaces between the words instead of blindly copy-pasting it from a 4 year old thread, for an equaly old version of opera and for a different os.
All I did was to mention that I do not see the issue you mention on my end.
Then it seems I am missing 2 things to verify if such a file plays as it should . One is the DAC and the other one is... a set of ears that can tell the difference.
And since I have none of the two, all I can do is verify that the file plays inside opera. And it does, like any other flac file would.
As for the downsampling, "unfortunately" opera is not a media player, so there is no way to check if it drops the sampling quality from 48k to 44.1k, so I also can not tell if it happens.