RE: Video Pop-Out aspect ratio not locked
BTW, how to check if aspect ratio is locked or not?
I appreciate the clarification, thanks. Aspect ratio on a rectangle simply means the ratio between the length and height. If something (e.g. a video) is 16:9 (16 units wide, 9 units high), then when stretching the video player/container the length and height ratio of the video should always remain 16:9 WITHOUT creating any space between the very edge of the video image and the the edge of the player/container. Meaning when trying to stretch the a side horizontally, the container will also automatically stretch vertically to keep the same ratio of the image.
It used to be. And popout was without this stupid black border which stretches through the popout in such weird way it's hard to adjust it.
Exactly, it's an annoying bug that near enough breaks the purpose of the video pop-out feature. It's a recognised bug but hasn't been mentioned since 2 versions ago, it's not even mentioned (so far) in O46.
This is what it's supposed to look like, a borderless, frameless, image. The fact that you can't achieve that no matter what video you try, without getting black bars and space, is the problem.
In Opera 44 the issue was still there but at least there was no border, just black bars and space, meaning that once you had to stretched both the height and width of the video manually, separately, you would never touch it again (even if it was too small for another video). Now, it's even worse.
EDIT: I forgot to mention, and this is important: I truly really do appreciate all the work Opera has put in to make this incredible free browser, nothing can hold a candle to it in all seriousness. Thank You So Much.
EDIT 2: Bug report submitted