Goto the URL opera://about and take note of the "profile" path.
Turn off the bookmarks bar and close Opera.
In the profile folder, open the "Preferences" file with JSONedit.
In JSONedit under root/bookmarks_bar, there should be a boolean named "show_on_all_tabs" and it should be set to "false".
Is that value there for you and is it set to false? If it's still set to "true", Opera is indeed not saving your setting.
While Opera is still closed, set it to false and save your changes.
Does Opera work fine then? If not, close Opera and delete the "show_on_all_tabs" object and save your changes. Then try again.
Anyone here use Bitdefender and or Sandboxie? Those are known to interfere with Opera.
Even if you consider this a workaround, going through these tests might help find what the issue is so Opera can fix it.
(Note that the bookmarks bar is supposed to come back on now when you add a bookmark to it. So, if you're just doing that, then that's expected. If you shut it off (whether there are bookmarks on it or not) and it just appears when you start Opera without doing anything, then that's definitely something messed up.)
@Tcll said in When are we getting DoH??:
I'm sure you guys can implementent DoH using CloudFlare before they can...
It's here (in developer update, at least): https://blogs.opera.com/desktop/2019/09/opera-65-0-3430-0-developer-update/
In this developer release there is a flag in opera:flags (opera://flags/#opera-doh) that enables DNS over HTTPS (DoH) through Cloudflare’s 22.214.171.124 server. It is still experimental but please turn it on and let us know about your experience. Note that if requests can’t be handled by Cloudflare, we will still fallback to your local DNS server. This is so you can still use Opera on internal networks or behind firewalls.
Let's talk about latest and greatest in Opera world: experimental builds, beta and developer versions
macOS: 10.14.6 (18G95)
Regular videos on sites like youtube work fine, but Netflix and Amazon Prime Video are both giving me errors. Opera stable works fine for me on these sites. I tried using the "recovery" feature to go back to a stock default state in Opera Developer and it is still giving me the same errors.
Error in Netflix:
"Whoops, something went wrong...
This title is not available to watch instantly. Please try another title.
Error Code: O7121-1331"
Error in Prime Video:
We're experiencing a problem playing this video. For assistance, please go to www.amazon.com/videohelp."
Is anyone else having this issue?
@graveyardgirl there is an opera add-on, site settings sidebar. setting plugin+NPAPI plugin to allow (pop-up too if needed) enabled the flash and i could display any flash content without problems. you set this once on any desired website, and opoen it in a new tab, it saves that setting and will always display the flash content without having to click to play.
also there is another workaround, https://forums.opera.com/topic/23326/flash-player-does-not-work-can-not-be-able/80
maybe one of these options will work for you. I know it's not a complete solution, but it's decent enough workarounds.
In addition: Win 8.1 Opera 49.0.2725.47 icon on the push not displayed http://prntscr.com/hge2i7
Improvement. May be it'll be better to open new tab after click on push instead opening new opera window? Or this parameter can be changed somewhere?
@leocg said in Opera turbo with https connections?:
@tempale Basically privacy and security.
I do not need privacy I need to save traffic. I want to choose what I need.
However, I no longer use the opera (and for this reason in particular)