It doesn't work...I am effectively locked out of seeing my
own passwords. Don't have that issue with Chrome, but
I seldom use that browser. Current ones I use are locked
up on Opera...Things start getting worse with this one
with every one of its updates, might be safer to switch
I don't like tabs this way, using a mouse isn't useful because you have be very accurate to click on tabs, default tabs place are easly since you are limited with the top of the screen, the only way for me would be moving the OS taskbar on top and the tabs to the down edge.
Windows 10 (x64) | Anniversary Update
Opera Stable · Beta · Developer
@pitkali It does indeed fail on each browser restart though the problem seems to be restricted to Windows 10. Downloading 4.3 fixed the problem on one machine but Chrome is stubbornly holding onto 4.2 on another. I'm going to get a bigger hammer.
Thanks for the pointer.
That seemed to work but now it's just failing for no apparent reason and very frequently. I hope somebody from Opera is on the horn to the LastPass folks to tell them what they broke.
pretty sure it's last pass not opera, cause from time lastpass will ask to save user info for sites that are already saved and you JUST used lastpass to log into.
Automatic update number 49 has caused a flash issue. I did not find a solution, so I uninstalled version 49 and installed 48 (48.0.2685.52). Everything went back to normal, I did not even have to reinstall Flash. I only disabled the automatic update of Opera: I deleted the opera_autoupdate.exe file from the Opera main directory and added the "OPERA_AUTOUPDATE_DISABLED" system variable, with a value of "1".
I'm waiting for the correct patch of Opera.
We have 3-4 other threads on this issue; in that sense it would be better to post in one of the previous threads confirming the issue rather than starting a new thread. And yes, I'm sure it will be fixed - but may require a couple of months.
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