@burnout426 The problem is, it’s been ages since dev mentioned extension update that is nowhere to be found and that is annoying so I’m looking for alternate solutions. Turning off extensions bar that I don’t need anyway would be one of them...
I see some webstore stuff mentioned in the Chromium source. https://cs.chromium.org/search/?q=webstore&sq=package:chromium&type=cs. Would be neat if Opera could just turn on a build flag to add support.
@sgunhouse I wasn't talking about My Flow communicating with/through Sync, I was talking about My Flow toggle button not being stored as part of Settings within Sync feature. If you install Opera on one computer and flip My Flow to OFF, install Opera on another system and Sync it with first one, My Flow will remain enabled on second system despite being disabled on the first one.
@andrew84 Well, that's stupid. That's like designing a car and along the way you forget installing a windshield during development process. And then you just decide to release the car without a windshield. I've noticed this the moment I installed Opera. It's next to impossible to believe no one at Opera failed to notice missing Bookmarks bar highlighting on mouse hover. And these stupid bugs just keep on stacking. Few versions ago Opera created bug where if you open a Bookmarks bar folder and you click on its subfolder, whole menu disappears instead of accelerate opening of the subfolder like it used to do in the past. Talked about it and nothing got changed. Now we got this extra bug on top of it. I sure hope we won't get a 3rd stupid bug on top of these existing two... Which is why I'm so persistent on these things. If you're not consistent and precise on fixing stuff, things just start stacking up. And things are stacking up with Opera which worries me a bit...
Come on, 2 months since this thing was reported and no one acknowledged it, fixed it or anything. I've posted it here, reported it to Opera directly, nothing. This behavior is incredibly annoying. Instead of speeding up opening of the subfolders it closes it all and makes everything slower. So stupid. Why you folks change/break things like this between builds for no logical reason and then never bother to address them.
@blackbird71 said in Terrible performance, how to figure out what's causing it?:
The Windows telemetry runs in the background, more or less in bursts all the time; moreover, it uses multiple IP addresses that you will find very difficult to block via a firewall, hosts file, etc.
For the curious,
Fiddler to watch Windows Telemetry in action!!
Come on, this is retarded. If I start using Opera too quickly when I launch it, 50% of the time it either locks up or just straight crashes with the crashing message. The faster system I have the more shit lags and locks up. Makes about zero sense.