on youtube it load gpu to 100%, and picture "freezes"... so % of gpu go down, and video un_freezes… and again gpu to 100%, and again picture "freezes"… and again, and again ....
so downgeade to 64 … again ...
@leocg: Crash loop started after turning tab freeze flag on ("unfreeze every 15 minutes"- mode) and remained after turning it off again – until de-activating sync. Now (didn't check before) sync settings blank, as reported. Note, that I use an encryption password (which I cannot re-enter now, as settings page blank).
@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.
@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)