When I get a Facebook call, I keep getting a message to allow microphone but there are no options in Opera to allow Microphone or Camera that I can find. Everything works fine in Skype and if I use Developer Version.
Any help would be appreciated.
I'm trying to move to Opera (Version:68.0.3618.125, Mac OSX 10.15.5) I have a lot of passwords installed in Firefox. When I installed Opera I asked that my FF passwords be imported, but they weren't I tried using the import command again and again, no importing. I found instructions for manually importing them, but it was for Windows, not Mac. Can someone tell me how to do a manual import from FF to Opera on a Mac?
@g3nsvrv Hi, thanks for reply. I solved my problem with the following commands:
sudo cp libffmpeg.so /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/opera/libffmpeg.so
Pardus 19.1 GNU/Linux (Turkish dist)
Let's talk about latest and greatest in Opera world: experimental builds, beta and developer versions
@zikohh opera://flags/#ffmpeg-demuxer-everywhere is enabled by default now. There's just no flag anymore to turn it off. So, you're good there.
For opera://flags/#chromium-ua-compatibility, the flag is gone now, so you'll have to use an extension. Install https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/user-agent-switcher-5/ and set it to "Chrome for Windows" for the site. But, edit the string for "Chrome for Windows" to be what chrome://version says for the User Agent in Chrome stable, which is currently:
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/83.0.4103.61 Safari/537.36
So, once you take care of the user agent to mask Opera as Chrome, you'll be good to go.
Is there some feature you would love see added to Opera browser on computer? Let us know!
I have perhaps 25 main bookmark folders all with subtitles listed under each one. Am wondering if there is a way to have the folder close automatically when I open a new bookmark. I find I have to close each folder manually and I know that in other browsers I can do this. Would be a great addition!
New update - Opera stable 67.0.3575.137 ;-)
The change log, and the announcement.
Some changes, fixes and improvements:
- DNA-82540 Crash at remote_cocoa::NativeWidgetNSWindowBridge:: SetVisibilityState(remote_cocoa::mojom::WindowVisibilityState).
- DNA-84951 New PiP is completely black for some 2 GPU setups.
- DNA-85537 Let addons.opera.com interact with sidebar messengers.
- DNA-85415 [Mac] Inspect Popup not working.
Chromium is updated to version 80.0.3987.163.
@orlanth Hi my friend. I would like to agree with your post as a whole.
"It is Disney, not a dodgy cryptocoin link. So its safe from viruses. But that isn't the point, it should not be there."
I ask myself, what's the point in having user settings to stop unwanted additions to the browser.
I believe we should all suggest that as we adapt user settings to meet our own individual needs, we should not then have spam littering the start page.
how about an about:config, like in FF.. This was extremely useful when configuring for specifics.. There are other reasons I don't use FF... This was one of their strong points.. Too bad Opera as long as it's been around hasn't integrated such a good idea in configuration into their own yet..
@pappagone The instructions didn't say for you to open a new topic - that is now merged with this one. but for you to provide some basic infornation for trying to help people to try to help you. So please provide the information asked in the instructions.