@jkolsing: I am not sure what Opera means by "Browsing activity". It is probably means that extension tracking when you click on link " ← Set this as place for extension", and remember selected place in browser storage. Extension using this place to download related weather forecast.
If you worrying about tracking. Then you can check source code of this extension, it is open source, and as you can see it do only weather related stuff
@treego said in Opera 69.0.3686.49 Stable update:
@minho said in Opera 69.0.3686.49 Stable update:
The rightmost part of Opera window does not react correctly to mouse clicks when running on Wayland session of KDE Plasma desktop environment.
For example, when I click on any on/off button of the "Easy setup" menu that we can open by clicking on the button in the upper right corner, the popup just closes and the clicked option is not enabled/disabled.
Also when I click on any entry of the menu to reopen a recently closed tab/window,
Opera reacts as if I had clicked on something behind clicked entry, like a url in the bookmark bar or a button of some extension present beside the address bar or a link of the webpage behind the menu.
This problem occurs on Wayland session of both Arch Linux and neon unstable edition distributions. Can anyone confirm please?
I have noticed that Opera does not respond to mouse clicks on the upper right corner icons of the Parler.com webpage.
Well, Opera is now handling Parler.com flawlessly now ... I did not change any Opera settings. Perhaps, Parler.com repaired their own site. Carry on here ...