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Can't play flash game in tipp24.com

  • Hi leocg and joshl

    joshl, :), no you don't have to pay anything - and you're not logged in.
    I tested around in the settings, but still it doesn't work. All software on my computer is up to date.
    Can you maybe make screenshots of your settings? Maybe then I can find what is causing the problem.

  • What version of Opera and what OS are you on?

  • Windows 7 32-bit
    46.0.2597.32
    and after the update to this version, the game doesn't even load.
    I tried all the settings, also in the Antivirus and the firewall. It seems to be really Opera or it's settings.

  • Do you have hardware acceleration disabled by chance?

  • I guess that's the problem. I tried to use the right mouse button on the game, but flash settings doesn't open. the game just flickers. I hope that either Opera or Adobe will supply a new update soon because the game used to work before I updated to the new versions of flash and Opera.
    I give up now and wait, if a update will fix this.
    Thank you for your help, anyway.

  • I guess someone should somehow report this to either or both of those.

  • I wonder who that someone might be...
    just kidding.
    Can you please give me an email adress of Opera? On the Opera site I have unfortunately not found an email adress.

  • Can you please give me an email adress of Opera?

    There isn't one. You can report the issue at https://bugs.opera.com/wizard/desktop

    BTW, did you check opera://gpu?

  • opera://gpu:
    WebGL: Hardware accelerated but at reduced performance
    Drivers older than 2009-01 on Windows are possibly unreliable: 72979, 89802, 315205
    Disabled Features: flash_stage3d, gpu_compositing, panel_fitting, flash3d, gpu_rasterization, accelerated_2d_canvas, accelerated_video_decode, webgl2, accelerated_webgl, flash_stage3d_baseline, accelerated_video_encode

    could it really be the "old" drivers? Until then they worked fine...

  • WebGL: Hardware accelerated but at reduced performance

    It may be related.

    The rest is using hardware acceleration?

  • yes, the rest is using hardware acceleration, but unfortenately I can't turn it off, like I wrote above.
    I reported the problem to opera but I guess it takes a while till they fix - if they read it.

    And one other thing I realized: in the latestest version of Opera, Opera Turbo disappeared. Is that the case also in your version?

  • the rest is using hardware acceleration, but unfortenately I can't turn it off

    And you shouldn't.

    And one other thing I realized: in the latestest version of Opera, Opera Turbo disappeared. Is that the case also in your version?

    Totally off-topic but yes, it was moved to settings page.

  • why shouldn't one say something "off topic"?

  • There seems to be no fix for my problem soon. The fact that there is no email where one can contact Opera is not nice. Other browsers work. I've been using Opera for many years, but if there is no help I will switch to another browser.

  • why shouldn't one say something "off topic"?

    To avoid turning the topic into a mess with several different subjects being discussed in it.
    Not to mention that the forum rules say so.
    Off course, a little off topic chat that doesn't turn into a debate will not harm.

  • Why is it called "help"@opera.com? There is no help to expect from them. All they could "help", is to advice me to update flash. Which I did already before. They say they do not provide any help with flash problems. I don't even know, if it's a flash problem. The site I mentioned is not the only site where I accounter problems. Other sites either don't load correctly or a button is not working. I liked Opera for many years and it has been my standard browser, but if Opera can't fix their browser so that it works like other browsers, then I have to unfortenately change to firefox or another browser.

  • Why is it called "help"@opera.com?

    What is called that?

    All they could "help", is to advice me to update flash

    Why? The page in question doesn't seem to use Flash.

    I don't even know, if it's a flash problem.

    For the page subject of this topic discussion, it doesn't seem to be. I would guess it is related to WebGL.

    The site I mentioned is not the only site where I accounter problems. Other sites either don't load correctly or a button is not working

    They are sites similar to this one? If not then there could be several reasons for those issues to be happening and you will need to open a topic to discuss such problems.

  • @leocg
    I started a new thread as you suggested:
    https://forums.opera.com/topic/21659/unresolved-webpage-problems

  • @leocg
    I read the FAQ and how to post problems before!
    You said, I need to open a new thread and then you closed it. What do you actually want?

    I don't think that anyone can help me in this forum and I hope that Opera's engineers have recognized the problem by now and are on it to fix it.

  • I read the FAQ and how to post problems before!

    You mean the rules instead of the FAQ, right? And you couldn't follow any of them?

    You said, I need to open a new thread

    To discuss your issues with other sites that are not related to the problem we are discussing in this topic.

    What do you actually want?

    That you open, if you want to discuss the issues, that/those topic(s) following the rules and the guidelines. The less you follow them, less will be the chances that someone can help you.

    I don't think that anyone can help me in this forum

    People here seemed to have helped in finding a possible cause of the issue.

    and I hope that Opera's engineers have recognized the problem by now and are on it to fix it.

    How that page behave in Chrome, Vivaldi or any other Chromium based browser? It may be a Chromium limitation.

    Try enabling opera://flags/#ignore-gpu-blacklist to see if it helps. Don't forget to read the warning on that page.

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