I don't know how I forget to search the forums before asking...
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It may come from chromium, but it looks like Opera steals the media keys hook and don't release it until closed.
I confirm the same behaviour. Opera, after playing a video on facebook inhibited the media keys for Spotify.
Closing/reopening Opera fixed it. Even by playing a youtube video, Spotify keep its hook to the media keys. I don't know if it is easily reproducible, though.
Any confirmation ?
When you are browsing a forum (and not a category), and you make a search that has a result in another one, clicking on the result to reach it fails.
Actually, it fails depending on the target
But when I open a real website, I almost always want to open it in an active new tab. Currently, I use Ctrl+Shift+Click to achieve this result (or Ctrl-T + click). Having a checkbox to allow the link in the bookmark to open in a new active (not background) tab may be useful.
I want this because I gain productivity. Links in BB are either bookmarklet or sites I need for quick overview (cheatsheet, transportation). Usually, their url is not distinctive enough to use Ctrl-T and the search from address bar, because there are too many results to filter out.
I hope I made my point clear
"Clear browsing data", basic or advanced, can be filtered by time (hour, day, week, month, all), but cannot be filtered by site.
I don't know the use case to clear data time-based, but mine is:
Did I missed something ?
With Opera 55, ffmpeg is broken again (meaning Facebook videos do not play).
Using the method in this post from Opera 51, I tried getting https://repo.herecura.eu/herecura/x86_64/opera-developer-ffmpeg-codecs-67.0.3396.18-1-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz and apply it to the new install. If I do that, I get this error:
./opera-developer: /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libm.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.27' not found (required by /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/opera-developer/./libffmpeg.so)
Any hint ?