For a while there, old Opera (Presto-based) had a submenu on the page context menu with a variety of "Refresh every... " options along with "Disable auto refresh". Though my guess is the current developers will say it should probably be an extension rather than built-in.
@leocg I think it makes sense that everything that is used by the user and is convenient for him. As a user, I say that it would be convenient for me and would make work easier, often to turn on the full screen, I have to go back to the main page of the video, turn off the pop-up window, and then start the full screen. It is not comfortable.
I believe that this function will in no way spoil the functionality of the pop-up window and can be implemented for the sake of those users who really need it.
"The Chromium-based browsers—including Chrome, the forthcoming version of Edge, and Opera—all offer support for WebAssembly (some with multi-threading, others without). Once the new version of Edge based on Chromium ships, apps in WebAssembly will work as well in Edge as they do in Chrome. Firefox offers good support for WebAssembly, but had to disable support for multi-threading due to a SharedArrayBuffer issue. And while Opera is based on Chromium, the current version of Opera only offers single-threaded support of WebAssembly. Safari has a strong implementation of WebAssembly, but it lacks full support for WebGL2. Our deep-dive technical post offers more details about WebAssembly support across the browsers."
Google Earth just needs a lot of power ... here is the statement why other browsers are not supported yet.
Taken from: https://blog.chromium.org/2019/06/webassembly-brings-google-earth-to-more.html
In general opera could be more open to other search engines. It's quite a common and since some time a criticized problem that opera is so fixed on google. The only option we have is to use the shortcuts and to change the default browser, which does not (but should) work for instant search etc.
Furthermore, it should be possible to add other engines like qwant, ecosia etc.
Both should not be too hard to implement, but users wait for some of this for years.
@burnout426 Is that I do not have a lot of notion in the HTML language, I'm a layman, so I'm informing a practical HTML search opinion, this will help users who have difficulties, how much the browser has practical functions, better automated for the public ... I go perform the procedures you reported on Friday, because tomorrow is a holiday and I will not be able to mess with the computer ... Thank you for your attention, understanding and patience ...