Problem with YT

  • Hello. Since 2 days i can't see titles of videos at youtube. I don't know what is wrong and how to fix it. Any ideas how to fix the problem?

    http://imgur.com/wkKD4qA

  • Try visiting the page in a private window. Does that fix it?

  • Yeah, same here. Using the private mode doesn't solve anything. The only thing that helps is unchecking the box in the style console:

    http://i.imgur.com/StYtpxu.png

    But you have to do it everytime when you open a new YT window/tab which is a pain in the ass.

  • Does enabling opera://flags/#disable-direct-write helps?

  • update flash

  • @leocg: Yeah, that seems to work. But the text font looks ugly blurred now...

  • All of a sudden today I have to CLICK TO Run Adobe Flash Player on YT Video's.

    Flash is Updated, Java Updated. No problems on Firefox. Have gone to Settings>Websites>Run all plug-in content Checked.(recommended)

    I want this fixed and answered. I have a music blog, don't need this aggravation. This is only a OPERA problem. Again no problems on Firefox.

    Have Desk Top Computer. One second video's were fine then next second this insanity. Again Flash Player IS UPDATED.

  • Version 28.0.1750.51 - Opera is up to date

    So this is the version problem.

  • Is Opera Turbo enabled? If so, disable it.

  • Unbelievable I found the answer on a YT video. Make sure Opera Turbo is unchecked.

    Yeah I checked it because Opera has gotten slower and slower, so un-checking fixed the problem. So exactly what is the purpose of Turbo??? Doesn't speed anything up, only causes further problems.

    This browser is going downhill. This site, that site not responding and getting slower. Ridiculous.

  • Lando 242, Sorry I was typing so never saw your answer until I posted. Yes that was the problem.

  • Turbo compresses data at an Opera server to make it lighter for a user that either have a physically slow connection or a traffic limit.
    When your speed is decent, it won't make a difference. If you're on a rather high speed connection, it might even take extra time to push your data back'n'forth.
    The video click-to-play condition is default with Turbo because such content takes on your bandwidth rather unchangeably. The feature compresses images and some other stuff, but I doubt it could take on a streaming content.

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