Will there ever be a fix in Opera for videos on CBS.com? That is the only website I seem to have issues with. Try to watch a video, I get "Oops, this video is not supported on your web browser. To continue streaming, we recommend using the latest version of Chrome or Firefox." I get the same message when trying to spoof the user agent also. The site works fine in Chrome, Firefox, and Edge.
Posts made by albert71292
RE: Opera 66 developerBlogs
[Solved]Opera and YouTube CommentsOpera for Windows
Opera works great for me in all respects but one, and that is leaving comments on YouTube videos. The field to type a comment doesn't show in any current version of Opera. I CAN, however, "Reply" to comments others have left. I have searched the forums, tried everything suggested in the posts, like allowing third party cookies, but nothing works. I have to start another browser to leave comments on videos.
Opera is the ONLY browser with this issue. The comment field shows fine in all the others. I have basically the same add-ons in all my browsers (Edge, the new Chromium Edge, Firefox, Google Chrome, and Brave), and even with them disabled in Opera, the problem persists.
RE: Yahoo Finance errorOpera for Windows
@leocg I think it's site wide at Yahoo. The Yahoo News page does the same thing now also. I discovered the other day that changing the user agent fixes it, as you stated.
Also, after Hulu.com recently redesigned their website, I get this: "Unsupported Browser. Use the latest versions of Chrome, Edge, Safari, or Firefox for the best Hulu experience.". However, changing the user agent to either Chrome or Firefox, the site works fine in Opera. Before the redesign, the site worked fine without the user agent switch.
RE: New Opera beta 52Future releases
Only issue I've run across is the site https://www.filmstruck.com/us/ completely locks up the tab when trying to load. Can't click, scroll, anything. Just have to close the tab. Same issue with Opera Developer also. Works fine in Opera Stable. Also works fine in Firefox, Edge, and Google Chrome. Same extensions running in all versions of Opera.
RE: New Opera developer 38Future releases
Hi @albert71292, after you have enabled it in the flags, you need to tick the checkbox on the left of the "Enable search box in the address bar" option in Settings > User interface (to be able to see this option, please make sure, that you have enabled "Show advanced settings" option under the "Advanced settings" section).
"Enable search box in the address bar" isn't showing up there in Developer 38, even though I have "Show Advanced Settings" AND "Always show power user settings" checked. The option DOES appear, however, in the newest Stable and Beta builds.
RE: why do I have to "click to run flash player"? How do I just allow to run?Opera for Windows
Under "Settings>Websites>Plug-Ins", check to see that "Run all plug-in content" is selected, and not "Click to Play".
RE: Opera start icon gone after windows 10 update service pack 1Opera for Windows
I had that issue. Got the icon to appear by removing from Start, going to the Opera program folder, right clicked the Opera application file from there, selected "Pin to Start", and the icon was back.