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[Solved] WebGL2 enabled, but sites say it is disabled by the browser.

  • When I try to go on any site using WebGL2, it says that opera does not support it. WebGL report says that it is supported, but disabled. opera://gpu says that it is enabled.

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  • @gryt What does http://html5test.com/ says about it? Examples of sites where that message appears?

  • HTML5test says it is supported - but modern Unity WebGL games say it is not supported and WebGL reports state that it is supported, but not enabled.

    I also tried creating a canvas and get the WebGL2 context, but It didn't return a WebGL2 canvas context.

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  • You can play with opera://flags/#use-angle to see if it works in one of the non-default modes (restart after changing). Revert to default if it doesn't help.

    You can goto the URL opera://settings/system, disable hardware acceleration, restart and try again.

    You can mask as Chrome to see if it's a browser-detection issue.

    You can try in Opera Developer from https://www.opera.com/download to see how things work there. Maybe the newer version of Chromium it uses will help.

    You can see what Vivaldi, Chromium, Brave, the new, Chromium-based Microsoft Edge, and Chrome do.

    You can try opera://flags/#ignore-gpu-blocklist.

  • Changing the use angle to OpenGL fixed it, thanks