[Solved]Extensions don't work in search engines
Greg311 last edited by leocg
I have a problem with some Opera extensions which have access to the content of the active website. They doesn't work on pages like google.com, bing.com or duckduckgo.com. For example Evernote Web Clipper doesn't work on these sites.
I am a developer of extension for Opera, so I can tell that it's a bug in Opera Browser. Content scripts are not loaded on this sites for an unknown reason. Can someone check this?
Greg311 last edited by Greg311
@leocg Okay. Now it is working, but this idea is so stupid
By the way, how often extensions reviews are made? We have extension with status "in review" since 14th november and our public version of extension is from July 2022. Between that two versions we uploaded 4 another and there was no review for it...
donq last edited by
@greg311 said in Extensions don't work in search engines:
... this idea is so stupid
What is stupid in it? Extensions for search engine pages often remove ads, strip redirect links and similar - this is financial loss for search engines and most likely for Opera too.
Greg311 last edited by
@donq It's stupid, because it's setting only for Opera / search engines business, not for users. No other browsers have this setting, so user doesn't know about it and will be frustated that this or other extension doesn't work. And If you say that is financial loss for Opera, this suggest that Opera adds their own ads to search engine results? Probably to increase security and privacy, right?