webp instead of jpg
vux777 last edited by
you probably have turbo mode ON
When it's ON, data goes trough Opera compression proxy.
Those webp files are compressed images (and they are pretty good in quality/ size ratio)
If you want native support in your OS for webp, you should install codec
then you can open those images in, for instance, windows photo viewer
(but many other image viewers doesn't support webp)
If you download image from right click menu>>save as... (while turbo is ON), opera will download original file, not compressed
actually, if you drag link to desktop, it will still be a link, not image...
but everything else stands for webp
rafaelluik last edited by
The expected behavior is Opera to save the original file even with Turbo enabled (e.g. if you save the image with the context menu it'll come in jpeg, dragging to the desktop should yield the same result).
This is considered a bug. I'll report it.
A Former User last edited by
Hey, everyone. I understand how old the thread is, but this is still a problem.
I want webp disabled completely. It is inexcusable that the browser displays an image as one filetype and forcibly, exclusively downloads it as another. No, Turbo isn't on. Yes, I'm using the newest version of Opera.
Remove webp entirely, or tell us how to shut it off. None of my operating systems can even open the files and they're even more worthless if I have to put the image into editing software.