@ron45 Please post:
- A link to a video that casues issues
- You operating system (Ex: macOS 10.12)
- Your Hardware info (under the Apple menu icon -> About this Mac) except your serial number
@jaraux You use a Hackintosh, and most likely there is issues with the Graphic Card drivers. I guess you use a GPU from NVIDIA. Check if there is any updates to the NVIDIA for Mac Webdrivers. But, it could be a issue with Chromium.
@kyu3 It's a sanboxed and ”built-in” audio and video API in macOS/OS X. It will run when applications using this API needs to parse for example; video or audio (specially when no hardware acceleration is available for the media) The SpeedDial will is capable of showing animated wallpapers, so it may be that (even if you don't have animated wallpapers set).
However, can you check: opera://gpu/ and post the results you get for Graphics Feature Status.
After further research, i noticed that the issue most likely was because of some enabled flags (
I reverted some of the flags i changed in earlier builds, and restarted Opera. Now everything, including history, works again.
So, check if you have enabled any flags, and either revert all of them back to default, or do it by trial and error.
@stevencee What version do you use?
I see this too in
Opera 50.0.2759.0 (Edition developer, Mac OS X 10.11.6 64-bit), just not only History, but also on Extensions, Speed Dial, Personal News, and Downloads.
Preferences is showing up normally, also most internal URLs (like
opera://dns/ and so on) works. Using the location bar, you still can search history and bookmarks.
While this surely has been reported, i'm gonna send a detailed bug report (if neccessary).
Same issue here. Also on Opera Beta 36.0.2130.21 (OS X 10.11.3, iMac 27" Mid 2011, no external sound card or speakers).
I created a System profile without any extensions at all in Opera and rebooted the machine. I'ts still present. The logs don't really say anything except for regular debug messages.
The sound is like a distorted ”artifact”. Similar what you can hear on some corrupted audio files or speakers connected with a damaged audio cable.
As other said, it's only present at the first launch after starting up the system.
Also, Oracle has set a date when they will ditch the support for Java in browsers.
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