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@claudio123 I always use a little android browser called naked browser... only 300Kb, for wifi logins., then open my preferred browser when I know the wifi's working.
It should be reverting to a 'Captive Portal' app, but some of these give similar login problems.
@steveholle Even in operamobile app, sites block 'right-click' features like that.
I resort to 'screenshot' quite often, then edit the pic in 'Quickpic' gallery app.
Some pre Marshmallow devices may need their Webview updating... not always possible.
does anyone else have any ideas?
What I'm simply trying to do is use Opera minis ability to resume paused scripts to be able to use analytics to track what our users are doing.
Has anyone else came across this problem before and could share some advice?
@kgalka I was able to restore from backup and that gave me Opera Mini v42 which did not have the problem. I let that update to v43 and all is still good. Maybe it was a corrupt config file somewhere? Anyway no more certificate problems.
Thanks for the reply.
@leocg Fair question. It's just that I prefer sites in certain modes (extreme mostly). And automatic is good and all but my phones lack the memory to keep pages open in the background and I'm left using up data reloading them.
@ legacy twitter: Please re-read my post. I didn't say twitter wasn't working with extreme mode. I said legacy twitter not working anymore with extreme mode since a few months back.
But: Since June 4th I have it working again. I did some testing and finally added ma.twimg.com on the black list in adaway. It didn't make any difference. I didn't reboot the device and didn't restart consciously opera. But 1-2 days later finally twitter loaded in legacy/classic design mode again instead of the "normal"/desktop design which requires cookies to be enabled to show content.
So, if Opera didn't do any changes to their "proxy"-server settings I guess blocking that url/domain that hosts twitter's js files using adaway seems to work even though initially it didn't look like.
@ search engines: Thanks for the hint! Of course my favourite one uses post, too... But at least I now can add some more.