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RE: how can i change the size of the speed dials?Opera for Windows
Lucid mode and Twitch streamsOpera for Windows
Today I had Opera updated, and when restarted there was info about a new mode called Lucid mode to improve the look of videos. I opened YT and yes, it definitely seems to improve the quality.
The problem came when I tried to open a Twitch live stream. After a few tenths of second there's like a grey layer on top which makes it impossible to watch anything. I've tried disabling the mode from the Opera configuration menu, but this fixes nothing. This definitely didn't happen just a few hours ago, before the update.
As a final fact, Twitch works fine in other browsers, so the thing that broke my Opera+Twitch combo is definitely the new update.
RE: [Solved] Speed Dial icons have just vanishedOpera for Windows
Everything back to normal with latest Win10 update this morning.
[Solved] Speed Dial icons have just vanishedOpera for Windows
Today I just started my PC and the icons I have in Speed Dial are gone. Additionally, when I right click and select Bookmarks all I get is a Page crashed message. The other options of the right-click menu work fine.
The bookmarks work fine from the side bar, and the Speed dial section is still there with all the bookmarks and they all work. They just won't show in Speed Dial.
Opera version shows as 76.0.4017.177
RE: Opera 45 slow video playback especially with youtubeOpera for Windows
I'm having the same problem with Twitch as well. frames drop like flies. It's specific to Opera (appeared in Opera 45, wasn't there before), as watching in another browser (Sea Monkey in my case) doesn't create this problem.
Disabling Hardware acceleration doesn't make it any better. New Opera 46 doesn´t fix the problem, which seems to happen with 60fps videos.
Watching in full screen seems to make it more bearable, though.
RE: Stream videos on Twitch dropping framesOpera for Windows
Exactly the same problems I've had since Opera updated yesterday.
As a possible solution, using fullscreen setting partially mitigated the problem.