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100% reboot on a specific site

  • pythonru.com/uroki/obuchenie-python-gui-uroki-po-tkinter

    I open this site and reboot 100% guaranteed checked on 36.0.2130.80 and 36.0.2130.75 and 36.0.2130.29.
    In other browsers there are no problems in Mozilla and Chrome 69. Everything was tested windows xp sp3 with overclocking the computer and without in a portable browser and without

    translated using google translator

  • Why such an old version of Opera? I guess you probably have XP or Vista and thus can't install later versions? There was one later version for XP/Vista (2130.80) but it is still over 3 years old at this point ...

  • @sgunhouse said in 100% reboot on a specific site:

    Why such an old version of Opera? I guess you probably have XP or Vista and thus can't install later versions? There was one later version for XP/Vista (2130.80) but it is still over 3 years old at this point ...

    because it is this version that restarts (and possibly others) what kind of question?

    if it will be useful to developers to roll out let's say the version 2130.90 then here is the bug report please

    and also in the absence of other places where you can write, I want to know that by writing about it here it will go to developers

  • @xardasss Opera no longer support XP and Vista, it's time for you to upgrade to a newer version of Windows and Opera.

  • Or if his hardware won't support a newer version of Windows, to install Linux. There are many current versions of Linux targeted at older hardware.

  • I don't know if Opera 36 supports it, but you can modify the Opera shortcut to pass --disable-gpu to launcher.exe to see if it avoids the crash.

    "C:\Program Files\Opera\launcher.exe" --disable-gpu
    

    for example.

    Or, at least goto "Menu -> settings -> browser -> system" and disable hardware acceleration and restart Opera.

    Or, if you think it's a Javascript issue, goto the URL chrome://settings/contentExceptions#javascript and set [*.]pythonru.com to "block". Of course, that might cripple the page., but you can give it a shot.

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