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  • If I go to youtube & watch any video in full-screen then it always rotate as landscape. It's annoying. I want to see any video in full-screen as per my choice. Sometimes like Portrait wise & sometimes Landscape wise. But there has no way to do it.
    In Opera Mini; it is ok. I can watch youtube videos in full screen in both Portrait & Landscape wise but here on Opera for Android; I can't. So, please take a view and add an option where those videos can be shown both Portrait & Landscape wise in Full Screen.

    • Another problem is, on Opera for android if I click on any youtube video and then click on the Share button then it slides up a drawer like screen to share it on other apps. I mean why???
      Unlike Opera for Android, if I click on Share button from any web browsers in the world then it shows some option to share directly on many websites like Facebook, Twitter etc. And also there can be found an option to share the youtube video link as shorten.
      But here on Opera for android there has no option like this. I don't use Facebook app, but I want to share the following youtube video on Facebook right from the web browser, but there has no way to do it on Opera for Android. All it does & can share the video across installed apps. But I don't need it.
      So, please take a view about these problems and consider to fix those ASAP.
      Thanks.
  • @jackob11 said:

    Unlike Opera for Android, if I click on Share button from any web browsers in the world then it shows some option to share directly on many websites like Facebook, Twitter etc.

    Here the behavior is the same in Opera, Chrome and Edge, it opens the regular Android share window(?) (sorry, don't now how to call that) that shows up when you click on the share button on (almost) any Android app.

  • @jackob11 In Chrome and Edge, as well in the YouTube app, turning on full screen also turns on landscape, so I guess it's the default behavior.

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