Holy Sashimi team Opera!
Don’t know what you have done – after R2020 update scrolling with Battery saver on is smooth and nice.
I could not see it mentioned in any change log but thank you – much appreciated to finally have a smooth feed.
That being said; I wonder if Battery saver mode is actually working in 67.0.3575.31 – because all time estimates are as if mode is disabled.
What test can be done to confirm that Battery saver is active?
@vegelund said in Background wallpaper has become zoomed in:
I’ve kinda given up and accepted that my chosen wallpaper is somewhat aggressively zoomed.
I have set up another picture as wallpaper, the side view of a car: This picture was zoomed so much that the rear and hood were cropped.
I think with such motives the problem becomes even clearer than for example with landscape photographs, where it may not be particularly noticeable, if e.g. a few trees are missing at the edges of the picture.
Maybe the Opera developer team will find the opportunity to take a look at this issue at some point. I had hoped the zoom for the start page might help to get the wallpaper displayed entirely, but the zoom only changes the size of the speed dial thumbnails, it has no effect on the wallpaper display.
BTW, if I open Opera's downloads window (CTRL+J), my slow computer displays the wallpaper briefly.
I am currently using a subnotebook, display resolution 1024x600 px, Win7 32-bit.
@leocg Nah, I wouldn't say Opera's blog is so popular, the beta/stable comments rarely reach 50-100 comments and even the dev reaches what max 200 comments? I've seen in pcgamer.com articles with 1200+ comments and never such a tragedy.
Same issue for me on 46.0.2597.57 (PGO) Windows Server 2008 R2, ATI Radeon x1300Pro (driver v8.383.0.0 (6/13/2007) since ATI doesn't have a a newer driver for this OS).
The issue doesn't occur with Vivaldi 1.10 on the same computer, so issue is probably not video card driver related.
Thanks lando! I guess it's only available on Chrome and Google mobile app (iOS has OK-Google entry).
It works impressively well; accuracy, recognition and suggested entry is totally brilliant.
Google must have a good database to access queries by now. I just wish I could use it in my main browser, Opera.
Thanks for checking wimibussard and leocg.
I guess it's just me, but I couldn't figure out how to troubleshoot the issue as it looks to be site-specific.
How could settings/extensions in Opera influence this behavior when it's the same case in Chrome?
Firefox and Edge open tabs in background on http://www.dn.no/ as normal.
I'll just right click and use the menu, no big deal - but strange.