After installing version 56, the window border is visible
nickolaylobanov last edited by
How to remove? 55 version and the previous such was not this problem
null-new last edited by
I'm also having the same.
leocg Moderator last edited by
I'm not seeing it here.
Artie last edited by
I gotta admit, I don't get what the problem is either. As [b]nvmjustagirl[/b] said, that's where the tabs go. It's part of Opera.
darthagnon last edited by darthagnon
This is the same problem outlined in my earlier post at: https://forums.opera.com/topic/29028/bug-1px-line-visible-when-opera-56-is-maximised/
The window border of 1px is visible along the top of the tab row when Opera is maximised. It's an irritating bug. It might not appear on the latest versions of Windows 10 (e.g. v1809 or v1803), with a clean install of the latest version of Opera (v56.0.3051.43), but will definitely appear if you're on an older version like v1709.
Solution: I think this bug was introduced in O_v56.0.3051.36 (see PS). If you find it irritating, go back to O_v56.0.3051.31 and rename the autoupdater exe (see https://get.geo.opera.com/pub/opera/desktop/56.0.3051.31/win/). Possibly reinstalling Opera may fix it, too (?)
PS. I think this, based off the dates of Opera releases, and the date of my first post about it here, when I noticed it. I will test out my solutions once I get some free time at home. Possibly it was introduced with the first version of O56, in which case, the last version of O55 is available at https://get.geo.opera.com/pub/opera/desktop/55.0.2994.61/win/