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  • @eternal1 As you want, thanks for update

  • @hozzy It's an opinion too. Keep the update version. 🙂

  • I was in deviantart, and just noticed the plague is back yet again... 😞

  • @eternal1 Hmm, i really don't know what is it. Devs need to see it maybe.

  • @panosv
    Indeed they do.

  • @eternal1 said in After full screen, the tabs lowering:

    I was in deviantart, and just noticed the plague is back yet again... 😞

    Can you update the status on this issue?

    What OS?

    Download the Opera installer (Opera 58 at the moment), launch it, click "options", set "install path" to a folder on your desktop, set "install for" to "standalone installation" and install. Test in that Opera. Do not enable Opera Sync in it.

    Can you reproduce the problem there?

    Is so, what are the steps and what pages (specific URLs)? Also, does clicking the tab correct it like before? Does it happen with the dark theme? After switching to the dark theme and then back, does it then work fine?

    If you goto the URL opera://settings/system, turn off hardware acceleration and restart Opera, can you still reproduce it?

  • @burnout426 said in After full screen, the tabs lowering:

    Can you update the status on this issue?

    Just an update from me, in case it matters:

    With the current Opera version 58.0.3135.47 (stable, standalone installation, no additional extensions besides Opera Ad Blocker) on Windows 7 32-bit, this issue still occurs on my system as described here, with all web pages and also with the speed dial page.

    Deactivating the hardware acceleration or enabling the dark theme, in all possible combinations, does not change anything.

  • @burnout426

    Sorry for being so late to reply. Installing opera as standalone will require I run it frequently along with the normal installation. Why ? because in the normal installation the problem doesn't show up at all times, but seems to happen once every x sessions. So when the problem shows up, it keeps manifesting for that whole session. Sometimes it will not be there next sessions, and sometimes it will. Last time it showed up (upon which I wrote my last comment), I don't remember if I restarted the browser that same day (hence new session) or not, but the next day I didn't notice it. Few days later (few day eariler than now) It showed up again, and I again haven't noticed it after that.

    I do not use opera sync at all. Also, when I wrote in my last post that the problem showed up again when I was in deviantart, I didn't mean that it suddenly happend in that site where as it didn't happen earlier. It's just that I didn't go fullscreen before I visited deviantart. Also, it's no specific URL when theat bug shows up, when it's there, it's there for every URL, within and beyond any specific domain.

    @yanta wrote above that the problem occurs regardless of standalone installation and hardware acceleration. And while I assume it will not be any different for me, next time the problem shows up, I will install standalone opera and give feedback.

  • Yesterday the problem bug reappeared again (Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit English, Opera 58.0.3135.79). I kept going fo awhile until I had enough and restarted Opera; problem gone again for now.

    I'm quite busy to try standalone opera for the moment. Since I would have to run it for days and days (in search for the bug), I would have to import stuff from regular installation and do other tweaks etc. Maybe later. Of course I should participate to pinpoint the problem, and when the time is right I will. For the time being I'll just have to restart Opera when the bug manifests again.

  • While I'm not sure about every past instance of the problem on my end, since a few days ago I noticed that more or less every day the problem showed up. I thought "Wth is going on ? What possible change did I introduce in my OS/app usage that may have escalated this ?". Then it hit me that I have been away from home often while PC is on by switching user (not logging off) so that no one can access and mess up my account / current session.

    So it seems after "logging in" back to my account / ongoing session, Opera runs into the problem that is the subject of this thread.

  • I updated Opera 60.0.3255.170 (stable, standalone installation) to the new version 62.0.3331.18 today:

    Since then, the issue this thread is about no longer occurs on my system (Windows 7 32-bit).

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