Spotify error-"Enable player in your browser"
nvmjustagirl last edited by nvmjustagirl
@simonhawk simon i'm willing to help with this @ least we know its not related to opera...
Of couse thats If opera forum will permit all of us on this problem..
Am still on your side !
zalex108 last edited by zalex108
@simonhawk said in Spotify error-"Enable player in your browser":
@nvmjustagirl @zalex108 I was starting to think the same thing that I might have some compatibility issues with Opera. We've tried an array of different options and none worked. Unfortunately, if I can't have full functionailty with this browser, I won't use it. I wanted to try something new but I suppose I'll try Microsoft Edge instead of Firefox. Thank you all for your help and support along the way.
I'd supposed that happening...
@Simonhawk | @nvmjustagirl
I've tested the StandAlone without the Flash command and worked.
Renamed WiDevine folder and stopped.
Reverted WiDevine to the original folder name and worked again... ¬¬
Tested the extension in the problematic profile and don't play music.
Let's see next time...
By the way, you may try to use Opera except for Spotify for a while and test it anyway.
I used to use 2 Opera versions when I had Pandora Radio problems.
Maybe Edge is lightest on resources during that time.
Take a look on Vivaldi browser too.
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@zalex108 Spotify works on Vivaldi. I'll give it a try because Edge is making customization difficult. I'm really just looking for a browser that can handle large tabs. I usually always have around 20+ tabs open and just trying what else is out there to see if a certain browser can improve my experience. Thanks though, as I said, I'll definitely give it a try.
jimmyallen634 last edited by
@simonhawk I have the same problem. It's obviously nothing to do with the OS; my machine is using Linux Mint 18.3. And I'm using a bog-standard home-built Core i3 box. It is a mystery. Have you had any luck since your last post?
burnout426 Volunteer last edited by
If you think it's a widevine problem:
opera://aboutfor the profile folder location. Close down Opera and delete the widevineCDM folder in the profile folder. Start Opera, go to
opera://componentsand choose update. You should then get the right widevinecdm files.
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