daydr3am3r1 last edited by
As stated above, I'm using Opera 23.0.1522.75 (update from 23.0.1522.60) and Flash 184.108.40.206 on Mac OS X 10.9.4 64-bit.
As for opened apps, I use XCode/Sublime Text/MAMP/ADT, one or more, depending on what I am working on + Terminal/Adobe Reader/iWorks apps/VBox (again, one or more, depending on what I am working on) + Photoshop/Illustrator/GImp (same like the others) + Vox music player and Messages for Y!, FB and GTalk and OneDrive (I'm using these all at once, along side other set of apps). I'm also trying to keep Opera opened with under 15 tabs.
rbienvenu last edited by
I'm having the same problem with Shockwave. And it doesn't matter how many tabs I have open. Pretty annoying. None of my other browsers do this, only Opera.
ex387jn last edited by
So, for those of us with Mac OS 10.6.8 is the game over with Opera? I uninstalled Flash, but that didn't help, I still get slow-downs and the beastly Flash message. Safari no longer works, Chrome does on a good day...
I can't update the OS because I'd have to do without Eudora
vir00z last edited by
I have the same issue since about two-three weeks ago.
My version of Opera: 23.0.1522.75,
OS: Windows 8.1 64-bit (WoW64),
Adobe Flash Player: 14,0,0,145,
Shockwave Flash 14.0 r0
robmsegal last edited by
Thanks for investigating
I will say I haven't experienced it on Opera stable since upgrading to 23.0.1522.75, but it seems like others have. Whenever I upgrade to a new version, it seems to get better than gradually the crashes increase, although that may be in my head. I can't really say what's triggering it, but seems to be at least occasionally youtube and sometimes sites affiliated with sbnation.com that have embedded video on the home page, for example libertyballers.com is one I visit often that seems trigger the crash from time to time.
I'm on OSX 10.7.5.
Other apps I usually have open include itunes, caffeine, sparrow lite, twitter, bettertouchtools, growl, alfred. I haven't had occasion to check activity monitor at the moment of a crash, but it doesn't seem to affect anything else or slow things down for very long. I would guess I normally have 6-8 tabs open when this happens with at least a couple including flash content and the crash affects any tab with a video -- i get a banner saying shockwave has crashed, reload page.
Flash 220.127.116.11 and shockwave 14.0 r0
tlatch89 last edited by
Flash just released an update a few days ago. Haven't had the problem since then.
Now lets just get opera to sync correctly..
A Former User last edited by
The dialog is meant to allow you to force-quit any plug-in that is running rampantly in the background and stealing your computer’s resources. Please contact the plug-in vendors (in this case Adobe) if you see this dialog often. Opera is making a browser, not a browser plug-in.
(The alternative is letting the plug-ins just eat your MacBook’s battery in the background without you understanding why you get the Low Battery warning after only ten minutes of use.)
robmsegal last edited by
I'm still having the problem after this latest update.
dre4mer last edited by
Same issue here.
Mid-2012 Macbook Pro (non-retina) with 8gig of RAM and an i7
Adobe Flash Player
Shockwave Flash 14.0 r0
This is super annoying really
aycarus last edited by
Similar problem here. After my Mac goes to sleep both Shockwave and Google Talk pop up with "Shockwave / Google Talk has stopped responding." I then need to reload whatever pages were using these plugins.
tlatch89 last edited by
Having the problem again. Constantly. I like this browser because of the clean speed dial / stash. May have to look for alternatives soon if there is no update.
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sanfordius last edited by
OPERA - WAKE UP! PROBLEMS HAVE BEEN ONGOING IN THIS FORUM FOR 2 MONTHS. SHOCKWAVE PROBLEMS HAPPEN CONTINUALLY. I HAVE LATEST MAC OS, LATEST SHOCKWAVE, MY CACHES ARE CLEARED.
OPERA - THE PROBLEM IS AT YOUR END. I LIKE YOUR BROWSER A LOT BUT YOU WILL LOSE ME AS A CUSTOMER SOON IF YOU DON'T FIT THIS PROBLEM.
VERY ANNOYING THAT OPERA DOES NOT ACKNOWLEDGE THERE IS A PROBLEM INSTEAD OF SHIFTING IT ONTO (DUMB, OUT OF DATE) CUSTOMERS.
GRRRR. IM SICK OF THIS SHOCKWAVE ANNOYANCE.
Deleted User last edited by
This really is past being merely annoying. The 'disable Shockwave' popup is popping up many times every day in a variety of tabs with any number of different websites. I have reïnstalled Opera as well as the Shockwave plugin—all to no avail. That plugin must be enabled for lots of web content so leaving it off (as I might prefer to do, given the choice) is unfortunately not a viable option. I'm a longtime user of Opera but may soon find myself a former user if this isn't corrected very soon. There are lots of other browsers out there.
Opera 23.0.1522.77, Mac OS X 10.9.4 64-bit
rrzepecki last edited by
We implemented some changes recently, this should appear less frequently now. The changes are already available on developer stream, will be in Next stream today, soon will come to Stable as well.
chockenbury last edited by
After finally getting fed up with constant Shock Wave errors on the most recent stable build ( using osx 10.9.4) ( and it happened no matter what other programs i had open or if it was one tab or many tabs) I sat down to take a look at this problem and this is what i did which has proved to work so far ( tested for about 4 hours of use on Facebook which is where i was seeing this almost exclusively)
First I checked into /Users/USERNAME/Library/Application Support/com.operasoftware.Opera And looked int he LIB section of Extensions. The only thing I found to be out of place was 2 extensions that were labeled Chrome( which i have never installed) so i went ahead and trashed those 2 files.
I've experienced similar issues in the past when using opera next but that was with java, and i remembered how I had fixed that on my own so i thought I'd try it out for this issue as well.
~Steps to fix~
I searched out the Adobe Flash removal tool and found it here: uninstall_flash_player_osx.dmg Please note this is for 10.6.8 and higher older versions have a different version, which you can find on your own.
You will need to make sure all web browsers and system preferences are closed before you run this, Just to be Sure, I recommend Going to your apple logo int he top left and choosing Force Quit and closing out of everything open (finder stays open all the time so skip that one) Run the Uninstall tool and then Reboot your machine, it make take some extra time to start up this round as it has to save the changes it made, I then opened my System preferences and made sure Flash was not showing any longer. After I opened Opera and verified that Facebook and other locations I had see the issue previously, was no longer crashing. Went to the Adobe Site, downloaded the Flash player ( made sure to uncheck the extra content they wanted to give me) and then installed. Once it was done i rebooted once more, opened opera and everything was fixed. I've had several tabs open for the last few hours and so far not a single hiccup, side note opera seems to be a bit lighter on it's feet as well.
Hope this Helps everyone!
samerault last edited by
chockenbury: can you explain how I can "check into /Users/USERNAME/Library/Application Support/com.operasoftware.Opera And looked in the LIB section of Extensions" ?
kyu3 last edited by
I updated Opera Next from Ver. 24.0.1558.43 to Ver. 24.0.1558.51. The number of times I watched this alert increased!