Opera 67.0.3575.97 Stable update
regnareb last edited by
Sadly the video pop-out is still completely broken. If you use the old ways it stays completely black, and if you use the new system it:
- resets the position and size each time,
- cant pause when clicking the video
- but it pauses the video when closing the popout???
- cant adjust the volume,
- the video becomes grey when you put your mouse on it
tpcole1180 last edited by
having issues with opera in full screen on my secondary monitor but no issue when full screen on primary monitor. no issues with chrome or firefox on my primary or secondary monitor set to full screen. backed up opera and un/re but didnt help, doesnt matter if 1 tab or multiple or what is in the tab.
mrpantz last edited by
@elspivo This strange bug has persisted for a long time, I hope it gets fixed soon. I like the news feature, but it's difficult to justify turning it on in the speed dial, when it gets pushed so far down the page, forcing you to scroll down to see it. This is obviously not the intended or desired behavior. It should butt up to the bottom of the speed dial links.
Here's why I believe this is happening, and why it should be a relatively simple fix.
If I'm not mistaken, this happens on monitors that have a different aspect ratio (or when the browser window is resized). It works fine on some monitors, but if you have a different sized monitor (in proportion to width), the news section gets pushed way down as in your screen shot. You can replicate this (on larger monitors) by resizing the browser window to change the aspect ratio (eg. from landscape to portrait dimensions). As a Developer myself, I believe there is possibly some incorrect CSS positioning happening in speed dial UI that is responsible for this bug which does not take other monitor configurations into consideration. This should be a relatively simple UI fix. It would be nice to use the news in speed dial, but don't because I don't want to have to scroll down every time to see it.
Please fix this.
ext last edited by ext
This mistake appears again. Since several editions of the Opera, a catalogue: opera autoupdate is automatically created in the Downloads folder in my documents. This directory contains the Crash Reports directory and the file opera_autoupdate.txt - why is this happening?
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regnareb last edited by
@kmielczarczyk All those issues are on Windows 7 (with an RTX2070 if that's important) and OSX High Sierra (10.13.2). I am pretty sure they are on Chrome too
Only the video popout showing as a black rectangle without buttons has only happened on Windows 7, for now.
On OSX though there is one more bug: if you put a part of the video outside of your screen and try to press the close button, the button doesn't work. You can click it a thousand time, nothing happens. You need to put all parts of the popout in the screen to able to close it.
jozka1 last edited by
Hi guys, I'm only one who have problem with hotkeys in extensions on macOS?
Example: I use the https://addons.opera.com/en-gb/extensions/details/translator/ and I cannot use the copy / paste in the dialog window of the extension.