This one works, but only with Firefox, using /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/libv4l/v4l1compat.so (exactly LD_PRELOAD=/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/libv4l/v4l1compat.so firefox). One may have to use another path (run a find /usr -name v4l1compat.so to get yours). Works with Firefox, but still not with Opera, no picture, while at least, it prompt me for access right to the camera, so that's still a step further.
Note as Flash does not work with Opera, I tested the webcam with Opera, on a website which does not rely on Flash: opentokrtc.com/ (I tested Firefox on the same too).
Well, unfortunately, I think it's time to part ways with Opera. I absolutely despise Flash and wish it would have died 10 years ago. However, it's still a part of the web and used across the board. The fact that I cannot get it to work is a sign that Opera is simply broken. I'm no stranger to and *nix variant, everything from kernel compiling to simple desktop user for nearly 20 years.
if Opera really wants to be against ads on the net, then it's also against funding of 99% of websites
I don't really think that 99% of the sites use ads or even rely on them.
And Opera is not against ads but against the way ads work nowadays.
Also, is up to the user to enable the ad-blocker or not, being it even possible to be disabled on a site basis. So if you or anyone think that a site deserves to have their ads displayed, you can just disable the ad-blocker for that site.
when Opera used to be a browser designed for the web not against it.
Opera is not against the web. On the contrary, Opera is trying to make the web a better place.
And Opera didn't create the ad-blockers, Opera just incorporated as a native feature something that lots of people have already been using in their daily lives.
Ad makers and site owners/creators will have to rethink the use of ads as people don't like those intrusive, irrelevant and repetitive that many sites use.
Not only Alt+Left doesn't work, but mouse back button does not work either. Very annoying actually.
Back gesture (rclick - lclick) does work however, but I haven't got used to it, having back button on mouse available
First, it's not sure that the 32 bit-version will remain and become stable, as the Opera team in Oslo has been shut down, and now the browser is being developed in Poland, but I hope they will continue support it.
So, regarding the extension page problem; I have the exact same problem that you have. And it was totally random for me, sometimes it worked, and sometimes it looked exactly as it does on the image you provided. But now I think I know what's causing this:
For me it is like this: When you use the first link (that leads to the broken site), you must use Opera developer or beta. If you use Opera stable, firefox, chrome etc, it will just direct to the working (http://dev.opera.com/extensions) site.