Go to Opera's menu (just tap Alt or click the regular menu button). On the Page submenu the first item should be Fullscreen - see if that works. Otherwise we'll have to see if the keyboard method that Windows uses works on your desktop ...
In all above versions on both machines when sidebar is unpinned, right click sidebar then left click "sidebar settings" and the browser crashes as described - both machines, all three versions, and I've reproduced this every time.
In all current Opera versions, the above is fixed. When you now right click unpinned sidebar, then left click "sidebar settings", it opens a new window to settings and no longer crashes the browser. Many thanks.
Opera Developer 48.0.2679.0 is now outdated version. Your issue could be fixed in the latest version. Please go to Opera menu > About Opera and check an auto-update or just download new Opera from http://www.opera.com/computer/thanks?ni=developer&os=windows and give us an information, that the issue is still reproducing on your device or not
Sure it is an alpha version, so, it is surprising to lose those personnal sources of news, but not unfair.
And now the problem is gone…
Still, I agree with what has been said :
— Is there a way to smoothly export those feeds in order to back them up ?
— where are those feeds internally stored ? Because I see a bookmark file, and an history file, but nothing that seems to explicitly relate to the personnal news.
— Are those feeds synced ? They are not in list of items we can synced, but maybe they are under another category, if that is the case, why not create a personnal news category to synced ?
"We recently released Opera developer with built-in VR video player, and today there’s another update ready for you to test out.
Smoother videos on macOS
Opera 45 introduced significant performance improvements to the video playback on Windows. Opera 49 makes videos better on macOS. You will get smoother playback, snappier seeking, high-resolution videos will load faster, and the overall video experience should be noticeably better. The new solution has positive impact on both CPU and RAM usage, as well as power usage. Improvements are more visible, when playing high resolution videos.
VK messenger added to sidebar
Opera comes with three messengers already: Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp and Telegram. Today VK joins that list. Users in Russia should see the icon instantly, while others need to right-click on the sidebar, to open the context menu and select it from the list. It’s worth reminding about the handy shortcut to show (and cycle through) the messengers with Ctrl + Shift + m (⌘ + ⇧ + m macOS).
Others changes and fixes made in this build, that are worth mentioning:
– [Mac] Icons in the right corner of the address bar weren’t aligned.
– Adblock/VPN pop ups were totally misplaced.
– Fix for “My sources” in personal news.
– Fix for cursor moving to the beginning of address bar.
– Fixed typo in experiment’s name #personal-news-notifications.
– Belarusian ruble (BYN) added to built-in currency converter.
The problem with personal news, that manifested itself last Thursday is already fixed. However, your configured list of sources is gone. We have extended our set of automated tests, to catch such situation before it becomes a problem. It’s worth reminding, that this is the developer channel, which is meant for testing the latest code, and unfortunately such things can happen. Either be sure to do a manual backup of your whole profile, or stick to the stable branch. While you’ll be adding back your favorite sources, keep in mind, that you can select sources from our catalog (over 8,300 sources), but in case something is missing, you can simply enter the site URL yourself. If there’s any readable web feed, Opera will allow you to add it to your sources. Alternatively, you can also paste a direct link to the web feed.
Known issue: DNA-64403 Crash on creating pop-up windows.
Test machine: Macbook Pro 17-inch, Early 2011, Intel Core i7 2,2 GHz, 8 GB 1333 DDR3 RAM, Intel HD Graphics 3000 512 MB, AMD Radeon HD 6750M 1024 MB, Samsung EVO 840 SSD Drive 500 GB, macOS Sierra.
Test methodology: Laptop connected to power adapter, brightness set to 100%, volume to 50%, automatic graphics switching enabled. Three different videos were tested (480p H.264 AAC, 720p H.264 AAC, 1080p H.264 AAC). Each video was played with #media-avf-demuxer flag ON and OFF. Ten samples were taken, using Activity monitor, and iStat Menus tool for energy DC value. Each sample measured as:
Run Opera with video opened in tab.
After one minute of playback, gather CPU and memory usage from activity monitor, and DC in value from iStats Menus (sensors tab).
What version of Opera? Here with Opera 49.0.2720.0 it works as it should.
Do you use more than one language or keyboard? I'm asking because almost every time I saw something similar happening here was because language and/or input method was somehow changed and turning it back to correct one used to solve the problem.
"The latest Apple operating system – macOS High Sierra – is going to be available on Monday, September 25th. We want our users to be prepared, that’s why today’s update brings multiple changes and fixes to ensure, that Opera will run smoothly after you decide to upgrade your system."
Latest 121128 update (19/9/17)
has fixed the problem with data saving that I was having,it would either not load sites/pages at all,or bare code or nonsense.
Everything seems to be back working ok now..