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Bug: 1px line visible when Opera 56 is maximised

  • There's an unexpected 1px border line visible along the top of the tab bar. It wasn't there in O55, and looks very ugly and annoying. Normally, this 1px border is seen around non-maximised windows (see screenshot 1), and should never appear around maximised windows, which is what is happening in Opera 56 (see screenshot 2). It makes it look like the window look like it's not maximised, when it actually is. Can anyone confirm if this a new misguided "improvement" to Opera, or should I be looking at reinstalling/waiting for a fix in O57?
    Screenshot 1
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    Screenshot 2
    0_1538688519300_2018-10-03 22_26_01-Greenshot.png

  • @darthagnon Me too, but no one have a way to fix it 😞 .

  • @darthagnon
    I am install Windows 10 1809 and reinstall Opera, and nomore blue line on the top.

  • @blackcoffez I'm still on (staying) on Win10 v1709. I'm guessing that this 1px windows border visibility bug was introduced in Opera v56.0.3051.35, since the previous version for Windows, v56.0.3051.31, doesn't have it, and by looking at the dates of releases and my original post, I'm guessing that's the version that installed when I noticed the bug.

  • This issue has been fixed in Opera 57 - there is no longer a 1px line along the top of maximised windows. Wondering if it was related to window drawing methods and interaction between Win10 v1709 and/or glass8.eu?
    Anyways, it's fixed now, though O52 might still be a better bet, as O57 has the janky Start Page news, with more ads/telemetry and more annoying extension "recommendations". O52 had none of these, and worked...

  • Topic closed as solved.

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