Start the topic with a title that briefly describe the problem so people will know about what this is about.
Don't try to explain all the problem in the title.
Use tags to make it easy for other users to find posts about similar issues. If posting about Opera Mail then add the 'Opera Mail' tag
In the post (body) you should include the following information:
Version of Android
Phone model and manufacturer
Your version of Opera for Android
If the problem is with a page, a link to it
If ad-blocker is enabled or not
If data savings is enabled or not
A screen-shot of the problem if it's related to something not showing as should
A description of the problem, including as much as information as possible
Steps to (try to) reproduce the issue
Expected behavior and actual one
I am not looking for Opera to open link in other apps (Well maybe in case when user is currently using Opera Touch on Android and i would like to redirect him to Opera For Android but that would be minority of use-cases). In most cases my user is for example in Chrome, and i can redirect him to app store to download Opera. But after installing Opera i do not want to add instruction "Copy this link to opera search bar" which would be really bad user experience. I would like to create a link that would open my app inside of the Opera browser.
Here I thought Play would point you at a version compatible with your device. It is possible to download older versions on the download site, but I have no way of knowing which would be compatible with your device. Mind you, to use an APK from the download site of'd need to authorize non-Store installation in Android settings.
@muatronglong7 You can click "PrintScreen", then go to Paint and click Paste and it will save/show what is on your screen, then you can SAVE it to Desktop or elsewhere and simply ADD it to whatever discussion HERE you wish...
In developer options of my phone I enabled GPU profiler, and Webview seems detached from directly getting touch screen input and works very well like Opera mini is smooth.
Samsung browser has a detached from touchscreen directly like GPU profile too.
Communicating touchscreen events directly to Opera or Chrome main thread that is also the viewport seems to be culprit here.
I suggest Opera developers to try a simple overlay window that passes touch events forward to the web viewport in NDK since directly communicating with NDK is problematic. Not only for Opera but for Yandex, Chrome, Brave browsers...
Opera could do this as Opera Dev version e.g.
I turned almost into Steve Jobs.
@leocg Thanks very much. Sorry I posted off-topic. I see where I was confused. I'd set my preference s to only show url bar when scrolling. But I tapped the timestamp as you described, and worked perfectly: url was exposed, then I tapped "add to speed-dial". For sake of others I've attached screenshots.
thank you for your support at this point.
I appreciate all your input in this issue.
Hope we really whip the Llama's A..
I still prefer the opera for android GUI.
My last iOS device was an iphone 4s with iOS 8 and 9.
What i really dislike is: Safari does not support kinetic scrolling. at least till iOS 9.3.5
Does anyone know if this issue is still in current iOS versions?