You are kinda lucky.
A friend of mine had an account at bet365 so I asked him to use my opera, log in there and try playing a live stream.
As it seems, all its live streams are in h264, thus they do not play in stock opera, and there is no fallback option for flash, thus having flash installed or not makes no difference. So all I have said at the other thread about opera's poor html5 support apply for your sites and distro as well.
Since Java doesn't work in web browsers any more (not since everyone dropped support for NPAPI plug-ins), I'm really not sure if it matters for "Opera for computers". I have Java because OpenOffice requires it, but this is one of the browser forums and your post has nothing to do with the browser ...
@l4zza said in Whatsapp built-in:
When I started to use Opera browser almost a year ago I remember using a short-cut to toggle (open and closed) the whatsapp panel. But after a serie of new releases it disappeared.
Now, I don't know if I dreamed about it or if that was the reality at the time, but that feature would be very helpful for people constantly typing on a keyboard barely using the mouse (like developers ^^).
So to wrap it up, I suggest adding a WhatsApp shortcut and maybe in the future the possibility to bind new shortcuts to any built-in extension/feature.
Hello, I find it quite interesting, because I have tried and I can not, I usually use the web version of WhatsApp (official), although I have been using GBWhatsApp for some time, and a shortcut of these would suit me very well. Greetings!