I was able to palliate the solution of the problem by changing the timezone by tzutil. On windows, by command, execute:
tzutil /s "Bahia Standard Time"
It will leave Salvador time enabled, which is the same as Brasilia, but not changing for summer time.
Now, the command Date() shows correctly.
I just tried using the latest version (LVL1 (core: 63.0.3368.57756)). Clicking the icon shown at the top of the video, a youtube video in this example, does correctly create a stand-lone instance.
Perhaps you can explain is detail what is your issue -- pictures really help.
You can try to follow such steps. I've enabled dark mode in Youtube in a reverse way. Login to your YouTube account using Opera and Click View and select Show Developer Tools.
Try to find some if this code var cookieDate = new Date();
cookieDate.setFullYear(cookieDate.getFullYear( ) + 1);
document.cookie=”VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE=fPQ4jCL6EiE; expires=” + cookie Date.toGMTString( ) + “; path=/”;
I use it to run dark mode on Youtube. I've just added this code to the Console.
Here you can see the guide https://rocketfiles.com/articles/how-to-activate-youtube-dark-mode-in-chrome-firefox-edge-opera
I am also having the problem with error 0xC0000022 with the update Opera_GX_63.0.3368.57756_Setup_x64.exe on Windows 10 Pro. I have tried the suggested fixes in the link leocg provided. That did not help.
As much as I like the concept of the browser (resource management), I will re-visit the browser in 6 months or so after they get some teething problems fixed.