Hello there,

When we released Opera Neon in January, one of the most well-received features from our concept browser was the snap-to-gallery tool. The one-click utility allowed you to snap a pic of the coolest parts of the web.

We have brought it here to the Opera developer channel by adding a camera icon to the sidebar. Clicking it will open an adjustable frame on the web page, and hitting ‘Capture’ will snap the screenshot. If capturing only a portion of the page is not enough, you can quickly snap the entire visible page by selecting ‘Capture Full Site’. The snap tool offers the choices of saving the screenshot to a location on your system or to your clipboard.

Snap is always at your hand in the sidebar, and you’re free to configure which tools are visible.

Further, we’ve done some needed rearrangements in the Opera Menu for Windows and Linux systems. Items in the menu are organized in their relatable sections, most notably relating to bookmarks, and we have placed the developer section in its own and always visible place.

Known issues:

  • ‘Capture Full Site’ can ignore current viewport
  • Canvas elements are not visible on snaps
  • [Windows][hidpi] Coordinates for snap are incorrect
  • [Windows] Crash can occur when copying full site snap into clipboard
  • [Retina] Area selection is not smooth enough

Check the changelog for the full report.

Installation links:

Maciej Kocemba

Product Manager, Opera for computers. Previously Product Manager in R&D department and Opera Mini for iOS. Joined Opera over 10 years ago. Still passionate about coding, mountain / road biking when not working.

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  • nanana1

    Finally, the Screen Capture function is built into this Developer 48.0.2664.0 build. Hooray !

  • Dmitriy

    http://imgur.com/tH8jom1

    Can this be fixed? Can not see what is written.
    And
    Please make the extension icons 125% HDPI!

  • Eugene B.

    Changelog link doesn’t work.

    • Try now.

      • Eugene B.

        Fixed. Thanks! 🙂

  • Shouldn’t “Snap” be a button on the toolbar instead of the sidebar? It’s a page action, not a portal to a separate section.

    • Nekomajin43

      Good point!

    • Leonardo Gomes

      Or maybe the sidebar shouldn’t be seen just as a place to hold ‘portals’ to a a new section but as a bar where you can have anything or lots of things at least?

      • Nekomajin43

        Like web panels and extensions, in custom order? 😉

        • Leonardo Gomes

          Could be something like this too. 🙂

    • John Di

      “Huh, did you say portals?” 😉 https://twitter.com/lingoded/status/882539873621749762

  • Ralf Brinkmann

    What is “i18n{locationTabLabel}”? It’s in the settings => Websites. My language is German.
    W10x64
    Operax64

    • Hans Hansen

      Problem also occurs in other languages:
      https://abload.de/img/operascreenshot_2017-ziu47.png
      Should be “Location” (English) resp. in your case “Standortbestimmung” (German)

    • Kornelia

      Sorry for that, I’ll report this to our translation team. Thanks.

  • Ralf Brinkmann

    I don’t use the sidebar and in the settings page I don’t find the snap icon. Snap is activated in the settings of the sidebar, but the icon is not visible. Is there any shortcut for Snap or how can I use it without sidebar?
    W10x64
    Operax64

    • In this first version it’s available just in the sidebar. Obviously other access points will be added.

      • Eugene B.

        Great news! I don’t use sidebar at all, but that screen capture tool is amazing! Thank you for adding it.

      • Ralf Brinkmann

        I can only see the snap icon, when I switch the sidebar always on (fix it / lock it).

      • Ralf Brinkmann

        And where is the ‘Capture Full Site’ button? I don’t see it.
        W10x64
        Operax64

        • Hans Hansen
          • Ralf Brinkmann

            Oh! I think, this button should be beside the other two buttons “Capture” and “Quit” (Abbrechen). And in my case it doesn’t save the whole page with all visible and invisible parts. Only the visible part of the page.

          • Hans Hansen

            Not only in your case. It was already suggested here: http://disq.us/p/1krtsif
            Regarding the alignment… I don’t know.. maybe for the first time…But if you know where to find the button, you will never search it again. 😉

          • Ralf Brinkmann

            Maybe. But I prefer shortcuts.

      • RafaellaG

        It’s not available on the unpinned (standard) sidebar on Speed Dial page.
        Or did you mean this also when you said “…other access points…”?

        • Hans Hansen

          Why should it be available on the unpinned sidebar? This tool is made for making screenshots of websites and not for capturing your speed dial (if you unpin the sidebar, the sidebar is only visible when you have a look at your speed dial – so you could only make a screenshot of your speed dial).
          With “other access points” he means extension or address bar for example (so you don’t have to use/pin the sidebar in order to be able to use this new tool) .

          • RafaellaG

            Because it’s inconsistent. All other “items” of the sidebar is available here too. So it should be available here too.

            Also, maybe I want to take a screenshot from (part of) my speed dial and show it to someone.

            If you answer: use the button, then I ask you: why don’t you use elsewhere too (this is a rhetoric question^^)

  • Алексей Фартусов

    Please return “Lazy tabs”, which were removed after version 45.0.2552.898 !!!!!
    Why deliberately degrade the browser ???????????

    • Nekomajin43

      Any word on this, devs?

  • Jaiba Mon

    Ok guys, you must be careful where do you put your tools.

    Before this, the sidebar has only worked to show pages: Speed Dial, Facebook chat, Settings. Now you are putting a tool (capture page) on that sidebar too. What’s is the purpose of the address bar, then? The extensions’ icons are placed there, and most of them are tools, like capture screen extensions. You also have some tools like acivating the VPN, activate the battery safe mode, or show the most recent downloads. The capture page tool should be there, not in the sidebar

    • That’s one of the reasons to have developer channel. We show you something, we get feedback and we decide how we can proceed. There’s lots of valuable feedback and we’re considering various options.

      • Nekomajin43

        By the way, what is the status of making the current tabs section in the tabs menu collapsible? I guess it will never happen…

  • firuz_u7

    Do so that we can make a screenshot of the entire page

  • Nekomajin43

    Why only .png?

    Why is it only accessible if the sidebar is visible? At least make it possible to assign a shortcut to this feature, because I won’t use the sidebar until you merge it with the extension sidebar.

    What is the point of the “capture full site” button? It MUST capture the whole page, not only the visible part. Capturing the visible part is easy with the selection.

    Why don’t you finally merge the sidebar, the navbar and the extension sidebar, and THEN start putting things there? Where is the logic?

    • We had to start with something. PNG is lossless compression so you get what you see also it’s a widely supported format so no worries whether your snap could be processed later by other programs.

      Just a first step, it’s still rough. Obviously it needs to be available in other places as well like menu. I would like to assess that functionality with a shortcut.

      “Capture full site” it’s not working properly yet.

      Things will happen, but nothing happens instantly.

      • Nekomajin43

        What about finally merging the sidebars?

  • Angry Penguin

    Hey. Quick question. Do you have any progress with HW decode on Linux? If I good remember you just considering it here: http://blogs.opera.com/desktop/2017/03/telegram-joins-reborn-club/

    “…API hardware-accelerated when using an H.264 (mp4) video on Windows, just as the streaming API has done for a long time.

    If this works well, we want to do the same for Mac and Linux.”

    So, any news?

    BTW. Google just want make it available for Chrome/Chromium 62: http://phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=Chrome-VA-API-Nears

    Also unofficial patch adding VAAPI Hardware decode on Linux in Chromium is available here: https://github.com/saiarcot895/chromium-ubuntu-build/commits/master/debian/patches/enable_vaapi_on_linux.diff

    • Arjan van Leeuwen

      On Mac, you can test HW accelerated non-MSE video by flipping the #media-avf-demuxer flag. The flag will be enabled by default when we’re confident it performs better than the existing implementation.

      On Linux, we’ll follow Google, since we share the implementation with Chromium.

      • Angry Penguin

        Thanks for info. I waiting for it 🙂

  • Poetivity

    I have a problem with buttons on youtube page
    http://imgur.com/a/O5yZv
    Autoplay and Annotations too

  • Nekomajin43

    Bug report and suggestion:

    The capture and cancel buttons are not visible when the selected area reaches the bottom of the page. Why don’t you put each button (full page capture too) to a floating toolbar at the corner of the selected area?

    • Sebastian

      Reported. Thanks.

  • Ghirahim

    Nope, it’s not there, I can’t find it.

    • Be sure you have the latests version and that sidebar is enabled.

  • Zero Kiryu

    Snap tool is a really nice touch! It also would be great if you could add a native way to search pictures in Google picture search. I know there are bunch of extensions but it would be amazing to have this feature out of the box.

    • Nekomajin43

      What do you mean by picture search? You can add a custom search engine from the context menu of the search field on the web page. For example, I use gi for the image search, and gii for the reverse image search.

      • Zero Kiryu

        I mean that if I right-click on the picture, the dropdown menu pops up and there will be an item “Search for this image on Google”. I also use an extension but it works rather slow, takes some time to upload image on Google.

        • Nekomajin43

          It would be nice, but until then you can copy the link and use a keyword to do it.

        • Haris Pilton

          I use “Google Reverse Image Search” extension
          It sends only image url to google, not the image data
          same as native feature in Chrome does
          but I think all other similar extensions are doing the same thing

  • Der Herr Nick

    Geez! Scrolling using the touch screen is totally Fup Duck. When you stop scrolling it’s like crashing into a concrete pole – not like putting on the brakes.

    • Sebastian

      Reported. Thanks.

  • C.C.

    It’d be nice to add a function to upload a screenshot to some cloud for quick sharing

    • Nekomajin43

      Would be nice to implement a few APIs like dropbox or imgur.

    • Leonardo Gomes

      Sometimes I miss a share tool in Opera. People use to share things a lot in the Web nowadays.

  • Cryio

    Of all things, they add a screen capture tool? Why?

    • Leonardo Gomes

      Why not? 🙂

      • Cryio

        It’s really something the browser shouldn’t bother with. We already have so many options to take a screenshot.

        • Nekomajin43

          Actually, it’s a very useful feature, especially to capture a selected part of the page. Yes, there are addons to do this, but there are addons to block ads or handle bookmarks too. People communicate with images more and more nowadays. I won’t be surprised if screen capture tools would appear in other browsers too.

          • Regnas

            “I won’t be surprised if screen capture tools would appear in other browsers too.”

            Check Vivaldi, all of those features are already in there, but it’s always cool to have those in Opera too…

          • Cryio

            I would be surprised 😛

  • Cyrris

    When every other major browser has Print as a first-tier option in the main menu, I don’t think Opera is doing itself any favours by nesting it in a non-obvious location.

    • Nekomajin43

      Why is the Page menu not obvious for the Print item?

    • Leonardo Gomes

      Well, I almost never print a page so having the print option as the first item on the menu wouldn’t make much sense, at least for me.

  • Nekomajin43

    Submenus are still mispositioned. They are shifted to the left by about 10 pixels. Especially annoying when the submenu opens on the left side of the menu.

    • Sebastian

      Known. I will try to increase the priority on this issue. Thanks.

  • Игорь Князев

    Screen capture tool does’nt work properly when windows system dpi is not equal to 100% 🙂

    • Leonardo Gomes

      It’s on the known issues list. 🙂

  • redfox

    The printscrn key is not enough?

    • Leonardo Gomes

      For what?

      • Hans Hansen

        For taking screenshots, I assume. 🙂

        • Leonardo Gomes

          Well, it will take a screenshot of your entire screen that you will need to open in a image editor or somewhere else in order to edit and/or save it.

          • Thomas Sawyer

            You also have ‘Win + Print’ on Windows (8+) and ‘Command + Shift + 3’ on Mac for convenience (captures and saves the screenshot). At least it is something.

  • Renzo Ac

    Please, consider sorting bookmarks by url.

  • Ariane Lu

    Still a lot of issue in stable version, such as:
    1. Toolbar icon blurry, reported in O45
    2. Alert box text blurry, reported in O46
    3. Screen flash when drag tab, reported as DNAWIZ-18274
    4. Icons in address bar is not align to middle, reported as DNAWIZ-18275
    5. Text in settings page is not align to middle with checkbox, reported as DNAWIZ-18276
    6. Broken border in recent closed menu, reported as DNAWIZ-18277

    Waiting for reply 🙂

    • Sebastian

      Reports have been reviewed. Valid ones were forwarded.

      • Ariane Lu

        All replied with extra info by email, if need more information, reply me.

  • Hetai-Na

    I would love to see a Reading Mode landing in Opera 48. Firefox and Vivald have it!

    • Noted.

    • L33t4opera

      Hi, you can try the “Reader View” extension. The default background color is set to sepia – you can change it in the left side panel: click on “Aa”, and select “Light” or “Dark”.

    • Leonardo Gomes

      Would be interesting.

  • oldq

    Return “opera turbo” in the menu …! Do not need to capture the screen, for this there is a tool “scissors”

  • NoName

    Now I can finally take a screenshot of more than the viewport, without gluing multiple images together. Thanks!

    A “Capture the whole site” would be nice addition.

    Edit: I’m blind. The “whole site” feature is already there (why is the button not grouped with the two others?).
    It only captures the viewport, but I assume it’s a bug.

    • Mat M

      I fear not. The post says it is the specs. It does not fit the feature name, though.
      I too hope we will have a “Capture the full site” independent of the viewport

      • NoName

        Maciek has confirmed, that the feature is not yet complete 🙂

        • Indeed feature is not complete. There are some known issues that we need to handle. We’re also discussing and checking how we can incorporate your feedback.

    • mikemanger

      It is a little hidden but you can already do this with the developer tools – if you open it (ctrl+shift+i) then either open the command bar (ctrl+shift+p) and type screenshot or use the device toolbar menu.

      • NoName

        I didn’t know the “full site” feature was there in devtools, only normal screenshots. Thanks.

  • FluffyBoyo

    How about trying out extending the dark mode UI to all settings pages inc extensions.

    And also trying your own Opera version of the Firefox tab scrolling with the mouse wheel. So those using 100-200 tabs can actually see the tabs to click on them instead of tiny few pixel wide slithers.

    • Mat M

      You have all the tabs in the tab menu on the right (the double-bar with down arrow) of the tab bar

  • SciFi Factory

    Are you considering adding a proper session manager? This would be a killer feature and I would no doubt be able to convince multiple people to switch to Opera because of this.

    • Nekomajin43

      Manually saved sessions, not as a speed dial folder, and autosave of course. Also an optional confirm exit feature to prevent accidentally loosing the session.

  • Izer0

    Still no visible separators on tabs, staying on O44 and looking for some other browser. After 17 years with Opera, Opera is going to history for me. You guys don’t want make Opera for advanced users also. Sad.

    • Merkulov Sergey

      and loading tabs on demand removed. It’s too bad.

  • Keyt Gool

    -1 addon, yeah!

  • firuz_u7

    Awful font on this page
    https://pdalife.info/kak-vklyuchit-nochnoy-rejim-youtube-2629p.html
    And in other sites too

  • SteUeRunG

    Maybe call it Snap-Tool or something like that. Calling it Snap maybe mistaken for the messenger snapchat.
    At first look on the context menu screenshot I thought so because it is right under the other messengers.

  • Matheus Bitencourt

    Tab stacking (like O11) please!

  • Nekomajin43

    Guys, I’d like to ask you to fill a survey to somehow quantify the feature requests: https://goo.gl/forms/RtwV9af9Ot3I7waB2

    We have passed 200 answers! Thanks for everyone who participated.

    Some features (bookmarks export, expanding the number of recently closed tabs in the tab menu, unit converter, screen capture tool) are already being developed. (They will be removed from the list once they reach the stable branch.)

    The classic lazy loading is new on the list. If you have already submitted your votes, just open the link again, and you can vote for the new additions.

    I know it’s not representative, but it may help to show the trends and the top most wanted features. We’ve got some positive words from the devs, no promises though.

    If you find anything missing from the list, please comment here or in the forum: https://forums.opera.com/discussion/1883544/opera-browser-feature-survey

    • Rafael Luik

      If you have already submitted your votes, just open the link again, and you can vote for the new additions.

      I can’t, it says I’ve already answered the form.

      • Hans Hansen

        You have to click on “edit answers”.

    • Rudric

      I got the feeling from the survey that it’s tab stacking / grouping that’s impossible to do with the certain APIs… Am I wrong? But Vivaldi has tab stacking/grouping – and while Vivaldi’s iteration isn’t the sheer excellence that Opera 12 had – Vivaldi’s implementation is much well good enough. Perhaps if I may suggest dear Opera make some tradies with the old CEO 😉

      • Nekomajin43

        It’s not related to the Chrome APIs. All they have to do is to prepare the GUI for it.

        • Rudric

          OK. Hmm so why tab grouping questions weren’t in in later questions? Or wasn’t there a need?

          Perhaps now that Opera is in Chinese ownership maybe they throw more money at R&D?

          • Leonardo Gomes

            Maybe they have indications that such feature isn’t exactly something that would make a difference for most users.

            When they tried to add tab stacking to Opera Presto, people was kinda divided about it.

          • Rudric

            Sure, it’s much easier to consume time finding relative tabs from many open tabs instead of grouping them? even some color coding (not by url but manual) would be something.

            People being divided – yes if they don’t see immediate need for themselves then they usually push for other features that they would want to see developed first/faster.

          • Leonardo Gomes

            Or maybe people don’t open that many tabs at the same time to care about it?

            During the tests with tab stacking on Opera Presto, may people used to complain that tabs could be grouped by mistake when moving them. This was one of the reasons for people to were divided about it.

            And before there were people that hadn’t been liking the fact that tabs tacking was being done automatically.

            Tab stacking could be an interesting feature but it would need to be very well implemented other wise it will not bring nay benefits.

          • Haris Pilton

            some people care about tabs stacking (I personally don’t)
            I care about other details, but the point is, features shouldn’t be made just for majority of users.
            If 0.1% users likes tabs stacking, then it should be made for them, same as prompt on exit, private tabs, VPN tabs, bookmarks bar only on speed dial etc…
            None of those features is needed by majority of users, but the sum of those features would attract majority

          • Leonardo Gomes

            Maybe in an ideal world things should happen as you said but in the real one this is not how it works.

            Implementing a feature has costs, so it needs to have at least some potential of bringing some benefits to the company in oder to ‘pay’ those costs.

            Companies are always doing researches and tests to find out what people want, what people like and I don’t think Opera is different.

          • Haris Pilton

            this got nothing to do with ideal vs. real world
            it’s a decision making process, and building features only if they are somehow profitable is failed philosophy

            Companies are always doing researches and tests to find out what people want, what people like and I don’t think Opera is different.

            Like they did a research on bookmarks?

            and how do you know how much is the cost of implementing some feature?… like pinned sidebar, or snap on it?

          • Leonardo Gomes

            You may disagree, we may disagree but this is how business works.

            A feature may not exactly be profitable but rarely any company would add it if they don’t identify at least one of the following: A high, or an increasing, demand from the users; A opportunity to attract new users; and/or a tendency in the market.

            I don’t know how much is the cost to implement something but I know they exist and I’m not talking only about financial costs.

            Regarding bookmarks, I’m still hoping that Opera and other browsers will abandon it in a near future and implement a good full text index system so any visited page could be easily found without the user needs to waste time thinking on which bookmark folder(s) a page should be stored.

            Bookmarks in the past were used mainly to allow quick access to most visited web pages, something that Speed Dials have been doing currently. This was probably one of the reasons for Opera to tried to deliver a browser without bookmarks.

            Unfortunately such innovation was too much for the users as well as not exactly well implemented, forcing Opera to review the decision.

          • Rudric

            I dunno, tab stacking worked perfect in O12, the UI was very user friendly. And I think there were options on how new taps, links should behave if in or outside tab group.

            Doesn’t Opera hibernate tabs these days? That’s good – but tabs are still taking lot’s of space it’s had to see titles and the tab browsing mechanism.. well some kind of usability update wouldn’t mind.

          • Leonardo Gomes

            As far as I know the tab hibernation feature was remove a while ago because it was causing issues.

            Tab stacking in Opera 12 worked fine if you didn’t have that many tabs opened and didn’t want to move tabs, other wise you could stack tabs that you didn’t want to.

          • Rudric

            On that survey on Google tab stacking had quit a lot of support.

          • Leonardo Gomes

            Maybe but you know that most of Opera’s regular users probably don’t know about that survey. 🙂

          • Nekomajin43

            What questions?

          • Rudric

            There was follow up questions that didn’t have anything about tab stacking.

        • Rudric

          It is almost dew years now I got a reply from someone who knows dev issues at Opera – he said basically that they don’t have the know how? I’m not sure if this is valid but it seems that Vivaldi creator von Tetzchner who previously worked at Opera as we know was who created tab stackin on Opera <12.

  • Rudric

    Oh! A snap tool,,, It certainly seems that Opera isn’t on the cutting edge of browser feature and usability dev any more. Even MS Edge get’s features ahead of Opera.

    I’ve stopped giving feedback about the usual Opera <12 greatnesses – tab stacking / grouping being the most sought after.

    Anyhow. I hope that you very dear Opera devs unify the two sidebars.

    Also it would be great to have bookmarks bar not horizontal but vertical, on the side with (in) the sidebar without needing any extra extensions.

    thank you for reading.

    • Nekomajin43

      What kind of features do you miss exactly from Opera, which is in Edge?

      • Rudric

        Well rather I pointed that it seems that these days Opera get’s features long after some other browsers have been equipped with similar features. Edge works for example with Onenote app which pairs a wide variety of ‘power user’ ability.

        Sure Opera is unique and hope Opera keeps pushing wide variety of uniqueness. Perhaps then Opera would be again cutting edge?

        Vivaldi is pushing fast, strong and steady. Already Opera has some keeping up to do at least when it comes to power users.

        Overall I’d say that the path and journey that sparked from Opera 15 has been somewhat bumpy and – well – long. Yet I’m positively surprised how many times Opera has surprised us during these years 🙂

        • Nekomajin43

          Well, if you see my comments here on the blog, I am very far from being satisfied, but it’s not because of the lack of features, but because of the way they do it.

          Let’s not forget, that Opera is the only browser today, which has a built in adblocker, or free, unlimited browser VPN. On the other hand, the adblocker is the perfect example of what’s wrong with the company. It took months of begging to implement custom block lists, but manual element blocking is still not possible, while it’s much wanted, and it’s in the top3 on the fan survey.

          They ignore user requests, always referring to the majority, who don’t give a damn about these features. They act in haste, release unpolished features, abandon them, then circle back after months or years to turn the whole thing upside down, and release it unpolished again. That’s a very bad strategy, because the browser looks incomplete and does not have a feel of definite brand. I don’t know if it is the fault of the developers or the management, but it is definitely wrong.

  • NanoPi

    some pages are taller than 32k pixels. would it be possible to save all of it into a png?

    • Nekomajin43

      It looks like th current behaviour is not the intended.

  • Hector MA

    I already have the scissors tool in Windows. Non relevant.

    • Keyt Gool

      what about full page capture? actually this is why i use screenshot feauture extension

  • Юлия

    There are squares around YouTube video playback options:
    https://i.imgur.com/jpwvoN5.png

    Opera also drops a large amount of frames. Just clicking outside it’s windows there’s a high chance it will drop a couple of frames. Chromium drops a lot less, while FireFox drops zero frames (although Fx gets sent the mp4 h.264 video format).

    Also some weird glitches seen often when maximizing Opera from a smaller window: there’s (broken) chrome around screen (where it should be none, but on top of the screen) and the ony way to mend it is to minimize Opera completely then bring it back.

    Last two issues have gotten only worse since this new reborn UI..

    +1 for full page capture. I have no use for only a portion capture (I have Alt + Prt Sc). Full page is useful when you want top save some info for later use (a how-to guide on.. whatever you want).

    • Kornelia

      We’ve got the YouTube issue reported, thank you.

  • Ricardo Franzen

    Is anyone else seeing a difference in the blue color in this version?
    Colors in Opera Developer 48.0.2664.0 vs Firefox 54: http://imgur.com/a/YYd4n

    OS: Ubuntu 17.04 x64

    • Ewa

      We couldn’t reproduce this bug, could you provide more details? Did you try with clean profile?

      • Ricardo Franzen

        Hi, Ewa,
        I just did a test with a clean profile and the problem also occurs.

        I do not know what other information I can provide for this bizarre case. And it seems to have occurred only to me.

        Another comparison opera / firefox
        http://imgur.com/a/W5HPO

        • Kornelia

          Could you compare and send us screenshot of Opera and Chrome displaying this page? Thanks a lot!

          • Ricardo Franzen

            http://imgur.com/a/Pd8XD

            Chrome Stable, Chrome Dev and Opera Dev

          • Ricardo Franzen

            Just informing, even in version 48.0.2679.0 the problem persists. But in about:flags i changed the item “Color correct rendering” from “default” to “disabled” and now the colors are perfect.

          • Bruno Medeiros

            Thank you, that solved the problem on Opera-stable 48.

          • Kiririn

            Thanks a lot! It’s not only blue color. All colors have lost saturation in the menus and partially in sites. I thought it’s only me at first xD
            Windows 10.

        • Bruno Medeiros

          This also happens to me in Opera 48 stable. I’m on Ubuntu 14.04

  • Regnas

    I’m having problems playing Vimeo videos with this last dev version, the controllers (seek bar/volume) don’t obey my clicks properly…
    Other browsers are working fine.

    • Thanks. We already have this problem reported.

  • The Snapshot are zoomed in on my system. Seems it doesn’t take system UI scaling into account.

    Microsoft Surface, Windows 10 1703 x64, System Scaling 200%

    • Thanks. It’s a known issue in this build.

  • M92

    Sometimes, Facebook takes almost 3 Gb of Ram in this version. Don’t know why. With the same extensions, this don’t happen on the stable Opera

  • Opera is good web browser and useful https://www.babiesbloomstore.com/

  • Rudric

    Snap is a great addition to Opera and to sidebar.

    If also sidebar and extension bar would be unified that would be great. Also with a vertical bookmarks bar feature 🙂

  • Spiryts

    After update, autocomplete in google stop working for me, however, it works just fine in private mode.

  • Cryio

    About the screenshot feature, apparently Firefox is also working on this kind of functionality in FF v55 beta.

    So Opera isn’t the only insane browser out there apparently.

    • M Arafat

      why do you think it’s insane?

  • _artem_

    fix cast support

  • L33t4opera

    New build – Opera developer 48.0.2670.0 😉

  • M Arafat

    it will be more convenient if there was option to manipulate the image, like writting notes etc.

  • Alberto

    Great news, could you think about allow the rearrangement of the sidebar items? And what about choose what instant messaging to install? I don’t use Facebook Messenger almost nothing and it’s more modular, if the users can choose more.
    Greetings.

  • RetiredGal

    Print is not on the menu in version 48. How do I print? If I right click on a page, it gives me an error message about pdf.

    • Przemek Kudła

      It’s still there, please find it in the sub-menu “Page”.

      • RetiredGal

        Found it, thanks. When I try to print, it says Opera does not have a pdf viewer installed.I do have the latest version installed of Adobe viewer DC installed. When I try to print using “print using system dialogue” it just hangs up.

        • Jakub Ryć

          Hi. Are you using latest Developer version? Which Opera you’re using? Thanks

          • RetiredGal

            48.0.2685.35 (PGO)

  • Kiririn

    Life has lost all color with this version. Luckily, there is flag (‘color correct rendering’) to turn off )