Video Pop-Out broken (again)
oelmensch last edited by
@molenin https://forums.opera.com/topic/38785/opera-video-pop-out-freezes/9?_=1584118697094 if you follow this link there is another dicussion about the same problem were they've found a solution
molenin last edited by molenin
@oelmensch It doesn't work.
I made a try in the Opera Developer: 69.0.3630.0.
Black pop-out window, video is in the main window.
New style shit.
Black main window, video is in the pop-out window.
Do nothing at all:
nvmjustagirl last edited by nvmjustagirl
@oelmensch I found the solution there! I enable -Override software rendering list- and disable -Use surface layers in Video Pop-out-
it seems works fine on youtube and other streaming sites!
am glad ya got things work 'n..
but am confused and i do not mean to despute what ya said -
ya said this that ya - (disabled -Use surface layers in Video Pop-out)
What version of opera did ya disabled this flag in.. *just ask'n..
the reason i ask is i think version 66.0.3515.115 was last version for the old style pip was working..
if ya disable that flag in the newer version of opera the (Video Pop-out)
will be black and non work 'n except for sound perhaps..
if ya set the flag @ (default or Enabled) ya get the new (Video Pop-out)..
if ya got the old style PIP work 'n in the latest opera version do tell and show how.. *thankyou in advance..
Sart last edited by Sart
Same Problem without solution... the new Pop-Out Style is really shit...
I don't understand why they deleted the old style and didn't make it freely selectable...
Is there a way to deactivate the autoupdate so that I can use a older version with the old style where it still works properly?
Sart last edited by
Why was it removed? I can't find an answer here????
Also i dont understand why, it is not at least improved that the position and size are saved in the popup with the new style...
And I have not found any instructions to disable the auto update function, only rename opera_autoupdate.exe, but this dont work
leocg Moderator last edited by
@Sart Renaming the autoupdater should work but you need to do it before the autoupdate happens. So basically:
- Downlaod the offline installer of an old version
- Turn off your internet connection
- Run the installer
- Rename the opera_autoupdate.exe in the related sub-folder in Opera's installation directory
- Turn on your internet connection