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Opera stable 65 - news

  • New update - Opera stable 65.0.3467.48 ;-)
    The change log, and the announcement.
     
    "This is Opera Stable update, with crash fixes and other improvements. We’ve fixed the issue with missing tab entries in tab cycler list."
     
    Some changes, fixes and improvements:
    - DNA-78956 Bookmarks in the panel.
    - DNA-79910 Missing tab entries in tab cycler list.
    - DNA-81010 Spinner takes a lot of CPU.
    - DNA-82426 Enable History and Bookmarks panels on all channels.
    - DNA-81122 Crash at extensions::ChromeExtensionsBrowserClient::GetTabAndWindowIdForWebContents.
    DNA-81310 Crash at chrome::ExecuteCommand(Browser*, int, base::TimeTicks) @selector(closeTabWithShortcut:).
    - DNA-82379 Crash at opera::StartPageController::CreateOrGetNewStartPage(Browser*).
     
    Chromium is updated to version 78.0.3904.97.
     
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  • How to do now
    "Import passwords" in Opera from a CSV file,
    if there is no more flag/
    opera://flags/#PasswordImport

  • Hi @kreesr, you have your answer already here.

  • @l33t4opera
    Yes, thanks, I already read.

  • Hi, I just updated from Opera 64 to the latest 65.xxx version - and ALL my passwords are gone!
    The list of passwords in my settings is empty. Thanks for any help!

  • I have exactly the same problem. Falling back to version 64 fixes the problem. Auto-update to version 65 stopped until this problem is fixed.

  • Hi guys @Nordlead. @tangobar44, when you go to opera:settings/passwords, do you have the option "Offer to save passwords" turned on?
    Are you using synchronization, when it happens?

    Here, on one of my old profiles on Linux, I am able to see my credentials (including this passwords) - even after update to version 65.
    On the other hand, in the other topic in German section of the forums, the user @senix describes similar issue, but he says, that though the passwords are not visible, he is able to use them, while login in to the sites, so the passwords are not gone, but only not displayed.

  • @l33t4opera

    Problem looks resolved, after the update to Vs. Version: 65.0.3467.48

  • @senix said in Opera stable 65 - news:

    @l33t4opera

    Problem looks resolved, after the update to Vs. Version: 65.0.3467.48

    Unfortunately not, I've updated yesterday exactly with version 65.0.3467.48 - and I had this password issue right from the start.

  • @l33t4opera said in Opera stable 65 - news:

    Hi guys @Nordlead. @tangobar44, when you go to opera:settings/passwords, do you have the option "Offer to save passwords" turned on?
    Are you using synchronization, when it happens?

    Here, on one of my old profiles on Linux, I am able to see my credentials (including this passwords) - even after update to version 65.
    On the other hand, in the other topic in German section of the forums, the user @senix describes similar issue, but he says, that though the passwords are not visible, he is able to use them, while login in to the sites, so the passwords are not gone, but only not displayed.

    Hi, the function "Offer to save passwords" (in German "Sichern von Passwörtern anbieten") is and was always turned on and the function worked well until the update from 64 to 65 yesterday.
    I'm not using the synchronization because it actually never worked on my various PCs.

    After having updated the Autofill "area" in my settings was empty, no passwords at all, and also the autofill function didn't work at all.

    I've re-installed the last 64 version and deactivated auto-update. I'm waiting for news in further updates.

    Thanks to all!

  • @Nordlead

    Thats what I meant: it works now; or did I understood you wrong ...?

  • @senix said in Opera stable 65 - news:

    @Nordlead

    Thats what I meant: it works now; or did I understood you wrong ...?

    No, it didn't work, not even with 65.0.3467.48 (as this was the first update I've done with a 65-version).

  • @Nordlead

    Thats very strange ... 😒

    I am on my Windows (10) Comp and I was checking for Updates, but it is still the actual version of Opera 65.0.3467.48
    And everthing works fine, here; look

    Opera Momentaufnahme_2019-11-22_163707_settings.png

    And all my Passwords are safed, even under Linux this morning. Nothing lost.
    Click in the tree points offers Password Export.

  • @senix Thanks, that's really strange.

    I also noticed that the "Login..." file was as big as usual and contained all my passwords - but obviously Opera didn't "use" it. Perhaps I'll give it another try.

  • @Nordlead
    I just looked again, I also use the 64-bit version. Otherwise I might have accepted the error here.

    C:\Users\**********\AppData\Roaming\Opera Software\opera stable\login Data
    

    This file have 56 kib, in Linux about 48 kib. And I have backed up 32 pw, in Opera.
    So maybe you have a comparison of this file.

    Whats happen to your

    C:\Users\**********\AppData\Local\Opera Software\opera stable\**Login Data-journal**
    

    ?? same size, or 0
    And we do talk about Windows 10, right 🙂

  • In V 65 the autofill function doesn't autofill anything, that's when I first realised there was a problem. No saved passwords are displayed.

    The login Data file is intact, I can find all the saved passwords and the autofill works by falling back to V 64.

    I am happy staying at V 64. I will wait for another software release.
    I will like to have an easy and clean way to stop Opera auto-updates.

    Thanks to all.

  • @senix said in Opera stable 65 - news:

    @Nordlead
    I just looked again, I also use the 64-bit version. Otherwise I might have accepted the error here.

    C:\Users\**********\AppData\Roaming\Opera Software\opera stable\login Data
    

    This file have 56 kib, in Linux about 48 kib. And I have backed up 32 pw, in Opera.
    So maybe you have a comparison of this file.

    Whats happen to your

    C:\Users\**********\AppData\Local\Opera Software\opera stable\**Login Data-journal**
    

    ?? same size, or 0
    And we do talk about Windows 10, right 🙂

    HI, here the answers to your questions:

    • I'm using Windows 10 64 bit Home Premium, and of course the 64 bit versions of Opera
    • My "login data" file is about 340 kBytes big, there are appr. 150 pw entries in there.
  • Hi @Nordlead, @tangobar44, and what if you run the Opera with the switch as follows: \path\to\launcher.exe --no-experiments , does it make any difference?

    Please also try to launch the Opera with a fresh profile as follows: \path\to\launcher.exe --user-data-dir="\path\to\fresh-profile" , and see if it fixes the issue.

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  • @l33t4opera said in Opera stable 65 - news:

    Hi @Nordlead, @tangobar44, and what if you run the Opera with the switch as follows: \path\to\launcher.exe --no-experiments , does it make any difference?

    Please also try to launch the Opera with a fresh profile as follows: \path\to\launcher.exe --user-data-dir="\path\to\fresh-profile" , and see if it fixes the issue.

    Hi again,

    "no experiment" didn't change anything, also starting with a fresh profile didn't solve the problem...

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