Very long extension moderation process
kurtq last edited by
Previously, it was, through an extension called "Install Chrome Extensions". Now it does not work. I can not understand the development path of the Opera browser
seosnitchosm last edited by
I submitted a new extension and its still awaiting moderation since 5 April 2019.Could a moderator please give me an update?.
Extension ID : bpijoicbfembopnchnpmnnjjlhflmddi
arnaudligny last edited by
F-Notifier v2.2.1 was submitted. Awaiting moderation.
arnaudligny; Jul 20, 2018 11:23:18 AM UTC
oinkandstuff last edited by
2 months ago the moderation process started over again. But now is dead again. Even extensions with hundreds of thousands of users are on hold.
It's impossible to work for Opera this way.
devartstaff last edited by
3+ months without review:
adsfactory-russia last edited by adsfactory-russia
Is the extension from the Google Chrome store can be installed on Yandex? The manual of Yandex states that it installs extensions from the Opera store
Yes, of course you can, I do not know what is written in the documentation, but the extensions work fine, so you can try installing https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/ads-factory-free-classifi/fjgpoiddemihjdoelljaoofdddfjcbbb on Yandex. Google Crome, Yandex and Opera are written on the Blink engine (created by Google corp.) and basically there are no problems with extensions.
But Opera developers block and do not allow the installation of extensions from Google Play. For me, this is a shock, the developers themselves for several years have not been able to fix the mess in their work, they haven’t checked the expansion for years and didn’t allow the installation through a Google Play.
Let the Opera developers at least learn from the best, allow the installation of extensions through Google Play before they finish their work on automatically checking extensions, then allow them to allow installation only through your store. I do not understand, why they torment users for years? They are waiting for all developers to rebel and ignore the Opera as a whole, as was the case with the Internet Explorer ...))) Microsoft also tormented all web developers with its non-standard browser, in the end everyone started to refuse IE. And only In the end, Microsoft realized its mistake and, starting with IE 11, made normal browsers with generally accepted standards ...
kurtq last edited by
How are things going with "automatic moderation"? Someone moderated recently?