[Solved]45.0.2545.0 why depending compositing?

  • Other method: opera://settings/ => Browser => System => disable "Use hardware acceleration when available".

  • @maxymku

    opera://flags/?search=overr#ignore-gpu-blacklist and the another preferences does not help.

    Only enable the compositing manager…

  • @maxymku
    opera://flags/?search=overr#ignore-gpu-blacklist and the another preferences does not help.
    Only enable the compositing manager…

    Both methods solve the effect of "big ugly black border" in my system (Slackware 14.0, x86).

  • @maxymku
    opera://flags/?search=overr#ignore-gpu-blacklist and the another preferences does not help.
    Only enable the compositing manager…

    Both methods solve the effect of "big ugly black border" in my system (Slackware 14.0, x86).

    This workaround does not apply to lubuntu 16.04 amd64

  • None of these workarounds worked for me as well (debian testing x64, openbox, no compositing manager, opera 45 stable).

    Since the lazy maintainers of my disto have not yet packaged qupzilla 2.1.x, I am back to opera. And reopened my account here, because deleting it would also delete my comments 😞

  • Also present on Arch Linux. Have tested Intel, AMD, and Nvidia gpu; if compositing is off these borders show up.

    https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/54005?project=5&cat[0]=33&string=opera

  • The compositing bug was solved today in the latest opera-developer version, along with the dark theme one.

    http://i.imgur.com/IcYnjbY.png

  • The compositing bug was solved today in the latest opera-developer version, along with the dark theme one.
    http://i.imgur.com/IcYnjbY.png

    Thanks for the heads up, 2602 appears to work for me without the black borders as well (xfce4, no compositing).

  • The bug is fixed on Opera developer build 46.0.2602.0, thanks.

    (Debian/sid with xfce, without compositing)

    But with Opera dark theme, the background and color from the tooltips *) is bright.

    *) Button on main bar, tabs on tab bar, bookmarks on bookmarks bar

  • Well, I have the same issue on opera stable. It seems that the light and dark built in themes only change the address bar and the tab bar and nothing more. Even the recently closed tabs menu uses the light theme!

    Obviously, it is not related to the dark gtk theme bug. This was solved by forcing opera to use some gtk theme they have made (light grey menus, darker grey selected entries and black letters).

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