[Solved]How to remove the Warning message in Dev Console?
Mdhia last edited by
this is like telling us opera is not for developpers ?
burnout426 Volunteer last edited by burnout426
Starting with Opera 97.0.4711.0, there's a "Don't warn me again" link in the warning you can click.
The setting is stored at root/devtools/synced_preferences_sync_disabled/showConsoleSecurityWarning in the "Preferences" file in the profile folder. It gets the value of false. (Well, currently, it gets the value of the string "false" instead of a bool false, but it still hides the warning message all the same.)
mroky last edited by mroky
Finally a proper solution to a frustrating non dismissible warning banner that came almost 1 year later. Which should have been a default option in the first place.
I don't understand how such thing is released to production. This isn't even a mistake a junior developer can make, yet alone this must have been approved by their peers and managers. Are they first time internet users or what? Every warning, every popup, every banner can be dismissed. This shouldn't even be discussed. Such a shame for Opera.
And, this issue should have been solved with a hotfix instead of adding it as an option feature in a version release.
Also, Opera 97 and this option to dismiss the warning is still not available in Opera GX.
Thanks for the update anyway. Meh at best.
LeandroMouzinho last edited by
I need you to remove this please
mrmorpheus last edited by
I recently migrated to Vivaldi despite being an avid Opera user since around 2002. Over the last few years the browser has become too much like Chrome and Opera developers too much like Google developers - implementing features without adding any abilities to disable them, adding bloat that no-one asks for and afterwards ignoring all pleas from their community, which is what made them what they are.
Yes, a banner like this is a minor thing you might say, but it's an indication of a much bigger problem with their mentality. I liked Opera specifically because it was different and more customizable than others but it has slowly become faceless just like every other major browser.
Vivaldi has turned out to be pretty great. Not the best thing ever but way better and much more customizable than Opera. I have styled it the way I want, created custom images for tiles (something Opera STILL doesn't have) and it works like a treat. Sorry to say but Opera lost one very loyal customer.
KenSe last edited by
Remove This Warning or We Ban Opera From showing out Website and will mark opera as unsafe browser ... on Google Search Results
if it is harmful remove console tab from your developer tools ,
if you really care about users ... why dod u show it on opera developer too ?
do not use any unsafe extension for hide this warning
just ban opera