Sometimes but not rarely when I copy/paste a word into the search bar,
I have an alternative theory, but I may be wrong:
Opera uses Ctrl+Shift+V as default keyboard command to call up a web page being in the clipboard comfortably immediately.
If you use this key combination sometimes inadvertently instead of just CTRL+V, depending on what is currently in the clipboard, this phenomenon could possibly be triggered.
To check, change or delete that keyboard shortcut, open Opera's preferences and search for Paste and go.
why not opera use cloud based password manager only.
Not every user wants their passwords stored in the cloud - which would mean that a third party stores your confidential data on its servers, on whose security and so on you haven't any influence.
At least I wouldn't feel comfortable with such storage and I wouldn't want it either.
BTW: Opera server breach incident
New update - Opera stable 54.0.2952.71 ;-)
The change log, and the announcement.
"Since we’ve released Snap packages for Linux users last week, it’s worth mentioning that from now on Canonical is also providing the FFmpeg codec in their Snap store. This should give you the best experience when opening any media."
@burnout426 said in Video Buffer on Opera:
I have no idea what the sites in question are doing. But, you can research if they're using adaptive streaming and if there's a way to avoid it.
I don't think there's a way to make those videos buffer in full.
Sadly i agree with you. I saw some extensions that work for youtube, but not for crunchyroll or netflix. I think that we should at least choose a buffer size in opera configs
Thank you very much!