Hello Angelina, portable windows link directs to the stable version page.
btw, both setup (non-portable) and portable versions can be installed as portable as an option, why do you give two links every time?
The browser has been working worse since installing stable 65. First of all, I have to wait much longer for it to turn on (with a lot of cards) - I didn't have to wait so long for 64. Secondly - more often it has some strange suspensions (mainly after ctrl + tab). Third, when a sound comes out on a card and goes to other cards, the sound animation on the card on top goes crazy.
@Beedjees-2 Well, it's up to a site to support a browser or not, and what the browser makers can do is to contact the site about the problem.
In a few situations, if it's really necessary, the browser can try to implement some workaround. However it should be done as a last resource, because it can cause issues.
Hopefully bookmark / history integration will be implemented at some point, or Opera Mobile will be released on iOS because it seems your the only major browser manufacture who hasn't got seemless web browsing over every platform
@davidos: I agree that Opera is now using much more CPU on web pages with Audio. I have found that enabling the Opera Battery Saver helps a LOT with this.
I notice because I use an old computer (2009?) but the CPU used by many web pages is ludicrous. There is no need for it at all. e.g.
Battery saving ON
Foreground playing - 60-65%
Foreground not playing - 5%
Minimised playing 25-30%
Minimised not playing 5%
There is NOTHING moving or changing on the page except for a tiny graphic on the Tab at the very top that shows a graphic equaliser moving which does usefully indicate which tab is making the noise.
I think that Opera are missing a trick by not marketing this a Planet Saving feature.
Issue with unreadable "autofill" persists with 65.0.3467.32. Not sure if that's the problem, it may be a regression of: DNA-77248 [Win10&Lin] Autofill is unreadable when system theme is dark (fixed in 60.0.3255.79 and re-introduced by 64.0.3417.* and later)
@artexjay Chrome store, as far as I know, blocks all browsers other than Chrome. And can't just bypass it by changing the user agent.
That's why you need to use an extension to be able to install Chrome extensions in Opera.
If you could download the extension from Chrome store, it probably could be installed in Opera.