@wenoay Sorry my suggestions did not help. If you are using VPN please turn it off -- it cannot hurt.
I did find a website which listed my suggestions as well as others ( with pictures ) so perhaps they might work: https://www.digitbin.com/fix-dns-probe-finished-no-internet
Still not working. Ofcourse works like a charm on Google Chrome.
It's saddening, i really try to love other browsers than Google Chrome but the ongoing problems other browsers like Opera, Firefox and even Chromium seem to have with Flash, DRM and basically any other nonbasic-HTML5 technology force me to always keep a copy of Google Chrome installed, wether i'm working on Windows or on Linux. It shouldnt be necessary to keep a tweak-list handy with 'try this and then try that' or 'install this tool or that plugin' to be able to consume webcontent with these browsers.
Again: very discouraging.
I've seen the leak three or four times more yesterday, while in Opera Beta or Dev. Apparently not related to the content of the page, but I might be wrong here. Before that I thought it had to do with Discourse, but it happened also on other pages, even with only "opera:sync-internals" open.
But it is definitely not related to Gmail.
Anyway, I don't care much anymore. In the meantime Opera exposed so many other technical problems and design problems that I moved on to Vivaldi. This thing is felt 50× better than Opera and might be a worthy candidate for my future default browser. (Well, currently it already is my default browser, but still on a trial level.)
Nevertheless many thanks for your replies and support efforts, @leocg
I have the same issue since version 51/52 it's really annoying to the point that I changed browser. But I prefer Opera so I hope it will be fixed since it's been month now.
I'm on MacOS 10.14.2.
@panosv said in No smooth scrolling in Opera?:
Thank you for posting that website; the scrolling issue can be reliably reproduced on that page. The problem is not solved, and still exists in Opera 56. I feel that on some sites that I was visiting, it may have improved slightly, but overall, scrolling is still jerky and unresponsive in Opera as of the latest version of O56. Please visit the posted site sapsalis.gr (Greek meme site or something) and attempt scrolling, pinching-to-zoom, and diagonal and horizontal scrolling using a touchpad on a Windows laptop to reliably reproduce the problem.