Trouble viewing videos and posts in Twitter
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As I said in your previous thread that got locked, what you see (or actually what you don't see) is the result of opera's poor html5 support. The thread was locked before I could answer again, so here goes.
After reading what I said in the other thread (= the one linked on my signature), find how to install chromium's ffmpeg codecs on your fedora installation. I do not use fedora so I could not cover it to on the q&a.
Plus, fedora's package search page isn't really helpful because it can not privide any info for the files inside packages like debian's, ubuntu's and mandriva's do. To be honest, I think you will need a third party repo for that package, because fedora seems kinda strict on how it packages chromium.