I kinda like this browser but noticed it is very slow at caching videos on YouTube. A 2160p video looks like 144p for 3-5 seconds before the quality becomes good. This does not occur with any other browsers I've tried and I've tried a lot: Chrome, IE, Edge, Edge Chromium, Vivaldi, Avant, Firefox, Torch, etc.
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Opera GX Very Slow to Cache Videos On YoutubeOpera GX
Opera Mail: BadOpera for Windows
I recently installed Opera Mail and email has been a nightmare. It filters ALL my emails into the Trash folder, even though I have turned off the local filtering option. It checks for emails automatically and downloads them even though I do not have auto-checking enabled in the account.
I want to keep the emails it has trashed and get them into another reader but they have been removed from the Gmail account. Do I need to forward all these back to myself? I'm afraid if I do that, it will just instantly check the mail and download them all again. It seems to be auto-checking every second, because if I do something the warrants getting an email, it arrives immediately.
RE: New Green Digital Display?Opera for Windows
This is odd: It disappeared. I think it was actually from a webpage that was open. I frequently keep a lot of browser tabs open and I closed a lot and it is gone. I have no clue but it must have been coming from a website, perhaps like those funny cursors that some pages have.
New Green Digital Display?Opera for Windows
I don't know what this but it suddenly began appearing in my Opera browser, version 22.0.1471.70. There is a green number in the upper-right over the "X" (closing) button. It isn't an FPS counter. It displays seemingly random numbers like 50, 12, 1, 17, 3, etc. whenever I hover over it. It also appears in every drop-down list when using Opera. It does not appear in any other application.
Here is a screen shot of this post area with the drop-down open. You can see the "4" there.
The only thing I've added before noticing this is Opera Mail. Any ideas?
Mostly Issues Running VideosOpera for Windows
I have this version installed in Windows 7 64-bit:
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Version: 22.0.1471.50 - Opera is up to date
Update stream: Stable
System: Windows 7 64-bit (WoW64)
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/35.0.1916.114 Safari/537.36 OPR/22.0.1471.50
I have been trying to find a browser that lets me move away from Chrome, yet every time I try one, things like this happen. Opera will not open many links that should launch videos. The Flash plugin is working, but for example, I was trying to view the videos about Amazon's Fire TV from their website and they would not even attempt to open. Chrome opened and ran them fine. There was another video site that didn't work either but I can't remember which one.
This is a link to the Amazon videos. The small thumbnail videos under the heading "What is Amazon Fire TV?" are the ones I'm talking about: