I am experiencing the stutter too. Using Windows 10 64bit latest updates, Opera 50.0.2762.58.
Posts made by mentallymental
RE: Cycling tabs - most annoying thing about OperaOpera for Windows
The most-recently-used behavior of Ctrl+Tab in Opera is THE MAIN feature of Opera why I use it! It is far from annoying,.. it makes browsing very convenient. Who the hell wants to cycle 20 tabs to the left to get to the tab they were on before, all the while looking at the tabs? And even for such people, Opera gives the option to cycle tabs as nvmjustagirl pointed out.
Most-recently-used behavior is the same that Alt+Tab in windows also uses. So in fact, this is the right behavior to keep things standard and convenient. It's only because of stupid Firefox's and Chrome's popularity that their cycling-through behavior started becoming the norm for worse.
Cannot pop-out video in NetflixOpera for computers
The pop-out video button (green button on top of the video frame) does not appear for netflix anymore, since about September. The pop-out works on other websites like youtube, facebook, news sites etc, but not on netflix. It seems netflix has made some changes on their side.
Is there any fix or a workaround?
I'm using Opera version: 48.0.2685.39 on Windows 10.
Bug: Adding new search keyword adds duplicate entryOpera for Windows
Bug, noticed in v48. Whenever you add a new search keyword, it duplicates the entry.
Steps to reproduce:
Go to Settings > Manage Search Engines
Click Add New Search.
Add some keyword, link, title (necessary info).
It should create just the one entry.
It creates two entries. See screenshot:
OS: Windows 10 64bit.
Version of Opera:
Double-clicking word should highlight all occurrences of the wordSuggestions and feature requests
Double-clicking a word in a page should highlight all occurrences of the word in the page.
Could be an optional feature but will be very useful for coders or people reading coding tutorials.
RE: Seek bar does not work in the floating video window after upgradeOpera for Windows
Yes. Upgraded to latest 47.0.2631.80, same behavior.
A correction to my previous post:
The seek slider does work with youtube, but not with netflix. Now I'm not entirely sure if it worked in previous versions with netflix.
Seek bar does not work in the floating video window after upgradeOpera for Windows
Upgraded to version 47.0.2531.71.
I often pop-out videos into the floating window. After the upgrade, the seek bar doesn't work - i.e. clicking on it doesnt work, sliding doesnt work etc. Can confirm that this happens with youtube and netflix.
PS: I'm glad that with the upgrade you guys fixed the issue with resizing the floating window - it was difficult to get the resizing cursor.
RE: Synchronization of search engines and extensions, when?Suggestions and feature requests
I've been waiting for this since the Opera revamped. It has been years now, please implement synchronizing extensions and search keywords.
Tab Separator marksSuggestions and feature requests
I usually like opening a lot of new tabs, and avoid closing them until the end of the day or my work session. During my day, I end up browsing about multiple topics as I multi-task. Thus, I have groups of tabs which are usually next to each other. It would be nice to have a "Separator line" to demarcate the groups of tabs.
For example, this is how my tab-bar looks like currently:
With separator, it could look like this:
This makes it very easy identifying where a desired tab would be.
PS: No ability to add images in the forum?? That's bad.
Button to switch to other speed dials on the Speed Dial page itselfSuggestions and feature requests
Currently to see items in other speed dials from other devices, you have to go into the bookmarks tree and expand from there. Instead, it would be convenience to have a small slider on the Speed Dial page itself to swipe between other speed dials. It could be near where currently the Google Search box is.
This enhancement could be a related to this other request - https://forums.opera.com/topic/8987/sync-same-speed-dial-on-every-device/21