Opera has Today Opera OPRDesktop 28.0 core 1750.0, May 25, 2022. Active patches: 21
zary last edited by leocg
I Do Not like the Opera browser it says this "Today Opera OPRDesktop 28.0 core 1750.0, May 25, 2022. Active patches: 21" please change Opera browser back to how it was or I will start using Google Chrome and get rid of Opera. please Help me Please. I need To Get Rid Of That Annoying Text.
bbildman last edited by
When I open my Spectrum page for Opera 90.0.4480.54 just installed, I see the following text on the right of the page in a column of bout 2 inches wide:: "Today Opera OPRDesktop 28.0 core 1750.0, May 25, 2022. Active patches: 21"
This has never been there before and on my other laptop (both Windows 7 Pro) it does NOT show. I have cleared the cache and reinstalled Opera to see if it disappeared, no such luck, still there.
lavanyadeepak 0 last edited by lavanyadeepak 0
The latest version of Opera is causing these lines emitted on every page rendition.
Today Opera OPRDesktop 28.0 core 1750.0, May 25, 2022. Active patches: 21
A quick search on these forums revealed another related thread very similar to this.
Looks like a regression issue?
stollejay last edited by
Most time you see it at the bottom of every page. Sometimes it is also on top or anywhere in the middle!
lavanyadeepak 0 last edited by
@stollejay It is actually emitted, I guess, by browser.js at the end of the DOM as per the other thread.
I guess the latest release of Opera has a regression issue.
@leocg -- Would you be able to tag this into Developers bucket?
matheusds last edited by matheusds
I formatted my Windows 10, installed Opera and am getting this weird label on some places:
OS: Windows 10 21H2 build 19044.1288 64 bits
Browser: Opera Stable 90.0.4480.54
zary last edited by
Now it is Gone I uninstalled opera got it out of my computer now it does not show
kaki6000 last edited by
I have it on Twitch because I have Opera 90.0.4480.54
loqq last edited by
@zary There is a solution:
For now, until it gets fixed, you'll need to open a page to opera://browserjs and then click "disable browser.js ... for this session". Unfortunately it'll come back whenever you reopen the browser until it gets fixed
jackano last edited by
Same issue. Shouldn't browser.js also not emit such messages in the DOM at least
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arthuhrhef last edited by
I have the same problem
hm55 last edited by
Same thing on Mac
redbird14 last edited by
I upgraded to v90.0.4480.48 yesterday (Opera 64 bit for Windows). All of a sudden this watermark is appearing on some websites. Any idea why?
redbird14 last edited by leocg
Update: Just applied today's update, 90.0.4480.54, and still seeing the watermarks.