I went to, Opera, Preferences, then did a search for sites, and then clicked on Site Settings, then clicked on Cookies and site data, then added the (.webp).
Also went to Images in the same area and added the same (.webp).
Also disabled "Use a prediction service to load pages more quickly".
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Those lines you mention are for adding a udev rule, i.e. something that would iidentify the device properly under linux.
Other than that, there are 2 certificate files (.pem) in the downloads page. Try downloading them and importing them to opera by hand, via opera://settings/certificates.
I have nothing else to suggest since the "FAQ: How do I set up my Linux system to use my HyperFIDO U2F security key?" links to a 404 page.
Let's talk about latest and greatest in Opera world: experimental builds, beta and developer versions
New update - Opera beta 66.0.3515.7 ;-)
The change log, and the announcement.
Some changes, fixes and improvements:
- DNA-81884 [Advanced content blocking] Ads are blocked for whitelisted page in Incognito.
- DNA-82342 ERR_INTERNET_DISCONNECTED, when trying to use Opera VPN while Pulse Secure is suspended.
- DNA-82473 https://www.nba.com/standings not working with AdBlocker enabled.
- DNA-82557 Address bar drop-down launches HTTP GETs for every autocomplete.
- DNA-82840 Disable favicon fetching for typed URLs.
- DNA-82515 [Mac] Right-aligned address field icons overlap with left-aligned icons while resizing window.
- DNA-82825 Crash at opera::stats::PageViewStatsReporterImpl::ReportPageViewEvent(content::WebContents*, opera::stats::NavigationEvent const&, opera::stats::WindowTabInfo const&).
Chromium has been updated to version 79.0.3945.56.
Is there some feature you would love see added to Opera browser on computer? Let us know!
I use Opera most of the time for posting to facebook, Twitter and similar. I am a terrible speller. I rely on spell check a lot. The english language spell check that comes with Opera catches most errors but offers no correct spelling. Or it offers ones that are not even close. Even I can tell they aren't close. This means I have to stop and do a google search for the correct word. Time consuming and annoying. I have had to do it three time just in these few lines. Since the Google spell check is so good perhaps you could license that. Maybe it's a translation thing from your language. Whatever it is please do some kind of upgrade. I don't want to go back to using bloatware Chrome.
@bwall said in Location issues:
The Opera 48.0 Help page says
Settings > Preferences > Advanced > Network and uncheck "Enable automatic redirection".
But there is no such option!
Can you please tell me how exactly have you found this help page that says that? I am trying to reproduce but I don't see it if I open Help from within Opera 48.
Where I do see such suggestion it is on old Help pages for Opera 12 (Presto) - but you have to google that page up...
Thank you for the support and tips.
All you were right: one extension was leaking the real IP by WebRTC. For my surprise was "Privacy Badger" of EFF.
This extension set "Use default public network interfaces only" as default. In this option de real IP of ISP leaks.
For curiosity I also tried "Use default public and private network interfaces only" and "Use any suitable network interface (recommended)". Both leaked my ISP's IP and local router IP.
Thank you a lot!
@garypen Well I have tried it in the past (about a year ago) but mainly I don't like the forced Windows 10 look of it and I'm used also to Opera's method of creating thumbnails for the Speed Dial items, although I liked a lot that in Vivaldi you could have as many Speed Dials you 'd want to, contrary to Opera where it gets confusing and untidy if you have many. It shouldn't have any peformance problems (I found this also http://www.digitaljournal.com/internet/op-ed-vivaldi-s-new-version-1-12-browser-worth-trying/article/505723 confirming it), and its bookmarks method in a tree amongst many other things are more on the classic path of Opera Presto or Firefox.