Maybe I'm oversimplifying, but I have ~10,000 customers out there who we have told to use and support Opera, Now I'm getting deluged with messages regarding facebook/twitter etc not playing videos. I've found no easy fix that a customer can do, and I'm not signing up for modding that many browsers. We are going to have to switch customers to Google Chrome, and that breaks my heart. I wish you had taken into consideration the priorities of the customer (websites working) over possible vulns that might be rare.
Posts made by skunkarific
RE: Opera 54.0.2952.41: Streaming videos don't work anymoreOpera for Linux
Is there a YouTube searchbar?Opera for Linux
I'm looking for an extension that will either add a YouTube searchbar to Speed Dial (preferably) OR something where I can replace the google (or other choices) search engine search with YouTube. I've looked in the extension repos, but can't seem to find one that does what I'm looking for.
RE: Opera is not supportedOpera for Linux
Go to extensions, then "Get more extensions". Search for "User agent switcher". Install that, then click the new icon to the right of your address bar, and choose a browser and Operating System combo you think it might like...I choose Windows and Internet explorer, always safe choices.
RE: This browser does not support video playback.Opera for Linux
Perfect! I used the 14.04 package located at http://packages.ubuntu.com/trusty/chromium-codecs-ffmpeg-extra
instead of the 12.04 I'm running. It did break the chromium browser package, but I don't use that anyway.
This browser does not support video playback.Opera for Linux
I have been having this issue both on twitter and other sites, I get a message that says "This browser does not support video playback" An example can be found at https://twitter.com/skunkarific
Running Mint 13 x 64. Works fine on 18 x 64. Already have chromium-codecs-ffmpeg-extra installed.
RE: /usr/lib/opera/pluginsOpera for Linux
I'm using Mint 13 (Precise), I keep getting the "Update Flash" thing, it just takes me to the adobe npapi page, useless. pepperflash-nonfree is not in synaptic, is there a repo I can add? Or, is there a way to suppress the nag? I have thousands of customers out there with our Linux distro (Based on Mint 13 and 17) who are gonna be switching if I can't get this ironed out.