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  • @andrew84 I had read your remarks yesterday, but I looked once more on the team blog's page and your words came to me with two new thoughts.

    1] It's better to deal with Opera Stable 76 then be stick to index 75.0.3969.218 or 75.0.5799.998, isn't it?

    2] I have no knowledge how the index reflects inner development numbering. So, wouldn't it be more meaningful to apply clearly defined limits to the subtree indexing? I do really wince seeing such idiotic strings as 75.0.3969.218 (former Stable) or 76.0.4017.94 (present Stable).

    Do you really sense a significant difference in this silly indexing, apart from the main root (75 versus 76)?

    Let me be more helpful and creative. I humbly submit new limits to those numbers (based on Opera Stable).

    76.0.6666.666

    Satanic numbers, I know, but is present indexation less kiny?

    ssox_2611.png

  • @pavelopdev Only the last part would change in a stable version /build, so there couldn't be a 75.0.5799.xx version.

  • @pavelopdev Sorry, but I don't understand what you mean.
    I wrote nothing about versions indexes, my notice was only about the hurry with this release.
    I also don't know how the versions indexes are forming (and I don't care much), for me is much more important to see Stable without many times reported and known bugs.

    *Your screenshot above regarding the hieroglyphs on Bookmarks page is a clear example here. What prevents to wait two weeks more and release polished Stable version without such obvious visual bugs?

  • @andrew84 First of all I wrote about me, not about You - whether you paid attention to indexing or not. Your words just triggered some thoughts in me only, that's why I wrote about them.

    But I do understand why we cannot understand each other. You do not read my acrimonious tone, vicious sarcasm and a pinch of sound joke making fun of Opera indexing.

    Tough luck.

    Quote - "I don't care much".

    I do care, Stable, Beta or Developer have sub revisions (or indexes). Alas, they are unreadable to me and other users too, I presume.

    From my point of view the whole Opera forums shebang appears pathetic joke frequently, it might be closed once and for all - no feedback, no answers (in codes) to reported bugs, no clear roadmap (simplified to us) etc. BTW. Don't you @andrew84 feel being idiot, reporting bugs and requesting corrections so many times for so long? So, in such context it is They (developers and moderators) who might say - We do not care - not You and other useful users trying to be helpful.

    Have a nice day and Happy Reporting! (a little jab of mine's 😉 ).
    Cheers

  • @pavelopdev said:

    Stable, Beta or Developer have sub revisions (or indexes). Alas, they are unreadable to me and other users too, I presume.

    Why? And why should it be important instead of just consider it a number to differentiate one version /build from the other ?

  • @leocg Well, why so long, cryptic and secretive?

    BTW Main text: Satanic numbers, I know, but is present indexation less kiny? has an error.

    is kiny = should be kinky

  • @pavelopdev said:

    From my point of view the whole Opera forums shebang appears pathetic joke frequently, it might be closed once and for all - no feedback, no answers (in codes) to reported bugs, no clear roadmap (simplified to us) etc

    Forums (or communities or whatever) are places created for users to help each other, to discuss possible issues before reporting them, to give feedback, etc.

    Forums are not places to expect official answers, feedbacks, etc. In theory, they are not even the official place to report issues, although many of those reports be taken in consideration.

    Regarding the road map, Opera's one has never been public.

  • @pavelopdev What is long, cryptic and secretive?

  • @leocg Nothing, forget it.

  • @pavelopdev the forum was always useless regarding the some feedback from Opera developers/managers.
    I did never use the forum for posting bugs until there was new commenting system implemented for the blog (instead of 'disqus'), now it is almost impossible to post comments using the blog only.
    Also previously there was much more feedback from Opera in the blog.
    Now the blog and forum comments are synchronized, but feedback decreased dramatically.

  • @leocg: i hope they will be using this version soon

  • Hey, just updated to the latest version (76.0.4017.94, MacOS) and there is an annoying bug:
    When trying to add a new workspace, it just overwrites the current workspace that I'm on, and not adding a new one.

  • For some time, for example, the website https://www.x-kom.pl/ has been loading poorly - mainly about photos, e.g. you cannot enlarge photos of a given product.

  • 91a1c234-744a-42f6-b63d-928a7d212501-image.png

    Interestingly, a feature of Opera GX (a button for dark mode) was added to the Yandex beta but not to the regular Opera.
    On some sites, dark mode does not work well. So, having a button to turn the dark mode on and off is very useful.

  • @kened You can right click on the page and select disable Force Dark page

  • @leocg: This feature is available on Opera GX, but not on regular Opera. If I'm not mistaken.

  • YouTube viewing. While I cannot watch the YouTube on the screenbelow through Opera while I can through Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome.
    https://www.otaru-general-hospital.jp

  • @kened Yes, even because regular Opera doesn`t have the Force Dark Pages feature.

  • @adam1709 Seems fine here. Try disabling the blockers and extensions.

  • @leocg: 👍