@pindos unfortunately, I don't want to downgrade
Opera based on Chromium 76 will be out soon, which will prevent sites from detecting incognito mode, and I'd like to upgrade to that ASAP
Unless what you're saying is not to downgrade for the long haul, but to test what I say is true, which THAT I could do.
At the very least, you've proven I COULD downgrade, so thanks
(I actually haven't made preparations cause I wasn't expecting it possible)
nvm, I guess this was just a fluke on a coincidental day I happened to be observing what happened when you stayed on the page while disconnecting.
after 2 days now I can verify it hasn't happened again.
I am interested to know what may have caused it to clear though >.>
@Tcll said in When are we getting DoH??:
I'm sure you guys can implementent DoH using CloudFlare before they can...
It's here (in developer update, at least): https://blogs.opera.com/desktop/2019/09/opera-65-0-3430-0-developer-update/
In this developer release there is a flag in opera:flags (opera://flags/#opera-doh) that enables DNS over HTTPS (DoH) through Cloudflare’s 188.8.131.52 server. It is still experimental but please turn it on and let us know about your experience. Note that if requests can’t be handled by Cloudflare, we will still fallback to your local DNS server. This is so you can still use Opera on internal networks or behind firewalls.
@burnout426 said in FreeBSD support upgrade from Opera 12:
Or, do you want to avoid that for the same reason you want to use FreeBSD over Linux?
honestly the reason I installed FreeBSD was because of the whole illusion Microsoft is putting foreward on linux, and because I was recommended it over x86 Arch distros like Void for it's security
which after installing it compared to Void on the machine I'm typing this message from,
yeah I can back up that it's efforts in security slightly out-match that of Arch (without systemd), but that Arch still has a much higher level of security compared to Ubuntu-based distros
being able to use linux-based workarounds in FreeBSD for me isn't an issue as long as I don't have to sacrifice much (if any) of it's security.
I don't hate Linux, I just hate bad practice and lack of care
basically, I don't mind using Arch as long as their focus puts security before usability while still maintaining both
On the contrary, with such buttons people may tend to press them without thinking about the potential risks,
with the new chrome engine (which has lower security
And what makes you think like this?