I can confirm that https://blogs.opera.com/desktop/changelog-for-56/#b3003.0 is the very first build that has the problem. Looking at the changelog, the only one that stands out is "DNA-70601 Input elements lost Opera style". Opera 58 still seems to not have the issue.
@esebm said in VPN does not hide my location:
OK, tried with optimal location, same result.
Tried with Europe, located in the Netherlands.
In both cases WebRTC shows enabled.
At the https://whoer.net/ site, the WebRTC indicator itself should show 'enabled' since most of Opera's WebRTC code remains functional even if the non-proxied UDP is disabled... that disabling only removes WebRTC user IP reporting functionality. If you enable Opera's WebRTC non-proxied UDP functionality in the WebRTC settings, you'll see your true IP listed beneath the whoer site's WebRTC indicator. When you disable Opera's non-proxied UDP, your IP should disappear from beneath the site's WebRTC indicator and should be replaced with a "N/A" entry.
Hmm, I don't remember there being an option to control that for the status bar. What do you see in the status bar when hovering over a link? Can you right-click on the status bar and reset the toolbar to see if it helps?
I do know that if you want to have a tooltip show the address when you hover over a link, you need to turn off the status bar. But, that doesn't show like what you mean.
@panosv said in After full screen, the tabs lowering:
after returning from fullscreen I realized the menace is back.
With dark theme? Because, as you said above, your hardware is old (as mine on 2nd pc), and maybe the Opera (and other Browsers) is match more with the new hardwares.
Maybe, i'm not sure
I really can't stand the dark theme (I hate contrast between brighness (pages) and darkness (browser GUI)) beyond a certain level, to keep using it to evaluate whether the bug occurs then as well or not. Nevertheless, I doubt very much that this is anything beyond just a simple Opera bug. I don't remember firefox having such bug, and neither did opera for me until some weeks ago, so it's not like I installed new drivers or even updated windows that triggered the bug either. Some code change in Opera definitely caused this.
The only way to add spell checking for a language is to be specific. I mean, not only adding the language but adding the language for a specific culture or country. In your case yo have added English (generic), but if you want to enable spell checking in this language you should be specific and add, for example English (United States), such as this:
If I've added only "Spanish" I culdn't have enabled the spell checker for that language. However, as soon as I add "Spanish (Spain)" the corresponding checkbox in the Spell Check section is ready to be enabled.
@hwx There are a variety of ways a website can display a 'message' using its site-script, and those "messages" can be fashioned to say almost anything. Are the websites doing this "mainstream" and reputable? If not, I'm wondering if they're trying to get you to somehow install adware or malware...
huh, didnt check on this for a while.
really appreciate the big effort burnout, looks more like a phd thesis on the subject!
i would have tried all this now, but ebay seems to have changed something meanwhile, because the login button is working now again on opera 12! one can log in again.