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  • L33t4opera

    Hi Radek, thanks for the info and update 😉

    Please change the for “24.0.1558.51 – 2014-08-26” to , and for “24.0.1558.51 – 2014-09-17” to , and then 24.0.1558.51 – 2014-09-17> to 24.0.1558.61 – 2014-09-17 – thanks in advance.

    • rrzepecki

      thanks for spotting this 🙂

      • Prevedovich

        Let us disable SiteCheck. It is a huge security issue. You should take care of privacy of your users. Sending unencrypted data about my browsing history is unacceptable.

  • Ste

    Soooo many comments 🙂

    • Jonathan Aanesen

      Awwww yissss 😀

  • P0lip

    Hey Radosław (masz bardzo ładne, słowiańskie imię! :D). I’d like to know if you are going to create some more tools for web developers? I guess they are a part of Chromium project, but maybe someone here also works on this part of Chromium. I’d love to have something like notepad (it could be similar to the one in Firefox.I mean not “snippets” tab in “sources” tab.I mean something like in Firefox’s style editor.). It’s way better than the current feature in Chromium. Also, it would be awesome to have the possibility to change font and size of it as the current one is really annoying. It could use the system’s one – in my case it’s Open Sans Condensed (as you all know it’s a very narrow font thus it’s perfect for my use, because I can handle more text – I have monitor without pivot function 🙁 ) There is such a feature built-in in Firefox. I know it’s not something everyone would want to see here, but it could be useful for some web developers :). Wish you good luck and who knows? Maybe one day I’ll use Opera again. 😛

  • Anton Chelnokov

    SoooOO hard without “Tabs Groiuping”…..
    I cannot see any of 70 little squares(((
    1 year and 2 month of pain..

    • So you can open 70 tabs with this new Opera? I so envy youuu!! What’s your rig, Alienware? Falcon Northwest? No less than 8GB RAM I bet.

      • Prevedovich

        4 gigs RAM and 4 cores 😉

      • Cryio

        No Alienware but yeah, 8 GB+ is a must.

        It’s funny that my HDD bottlenecks everything ways before the RAM gets occupied.

      • Tommy

        70 tabs – impossible for “THE NEW” Opera… 70 tabs a day maybe :D.

      • Anton Chelnokov

        yes i have 8Gb, but up to half of RAM got OS and VS2013.

        i am developer and my 70 tabs is light html pages of documentation and forums. but navigate over they hard.
        i think anyone browser cannot open 70 pages with 2+ flash ads =)

        i uninstalled resharper. And now i can open over 150 tabs 😉

        • SQL

          Have you ever tried opening 20+ tabs with active SVG stuff inside? That’s literally killing Opera.

          • Anton Chelnokov

            no.
            i tried to open 70 tabs with flash… Flash dead, opera alive)))

    • Anton Chelnokov

      multiline tabs is posible too.
      _
      So, where is “block content” option??
      With Tabs grouping and full sync thay are only i wait.

      _
      New opera is not geek browser yet…

  • Dima Pursanov

    If i choose NOT google as default search engine – speed dial shows Google anyway 🙁 Can you fix this annoyance? For example if i choose not google – remove that search completely, it will be more relevant for me to see nothing then to see google there.

    • ahoj1234

      So, why you don’t disable the google bar in the SD? you are talking about 2 completely (for me) different features… address bar and SD search bar. It’s not related to each other.

      • Dima Pursanov

        I’d like to.. How to disable it?!

        • Em-a-il

          1) enable “advanced settings” in the settings
          2) Make sure you are not in the search field on the settings-page
          3) press the following keys gradually: “up up down down left right left right b a”
          4) Now enable the “Power-User”-option
          5) Now you can disable the the search bar

      • Dima Pursanov

        oh 🙂 saw the code 😉

        • ahoj1234

          was already typing about that 🙂 glad you find. (we are able to hide it since O19 – DNA-12667)

  • EggsAreCute

    After update Opera suddenly stopped working. Opera doesn’t to respond to any action, i can only open and close tabs, but they are empty. I removed completely old version and installed 24.0.1558.61. Result is the same.

    screenshots

    • Lacedaemon

      Happens to me as well on Vista x32. New tabs are empty.

    • Eroticus

      Try to remove ur “Data” in “C:Users*USERNAME*AppDataRoamingOpera SoftwareOpera Stable”

      • EggsAreCute

        It won’t work because i tried to reinstall clean version and had the same problem

      • Lacedaemon

        That’s just lol, Stable means average joe can use it with no problems after any update.

    • Cjcr

      I’ve reported this problem a lot of times when Opera 24 was in the developer channel. Nobody takes care. It has been moved to beta: nobody takes care. It moved to stable: same problem, but much fun now because there are a lot of people with the same problem.

    • Tommy

      Yep, “Loading” is one of the new features. You’re starting to miss the old IE 5.0.

  • Lacedaemon

    So no asterisk this time… means issue fixed, while asterisk means bug fixed iirc?

  • Lacedaemon

    So wait a minute… you couldn’t print pdf in Stable???? That’s pretty bad.

    • NoName

      The changelog is only a headline, it does not go in details about the bugs.
      Sometimes the bug only happens in edge cases.

  • Krasen Ivanov

    What is new in this chromium version ? Would be nice to know, maybe copy it in the post or link it. Also can anyone clarify what is the difference between Chromium and Blink ?

    • Leonardo Gomes

      Blink is Chromium engine , if I’m not wrong.

      • SQL

        It’s the “rendering” engine (not really cause it does lots of other things too) But so does Chromium itself so it’s not very clear what does what. (and also Skia is really the “rendering engine”, chromium is pretty complicated)

        I guess you could say everything (almost) you see on screen (webpages etc) is blink stuff.

        • P0lip

          Yes, Skia is the rendering engine and V8 is the scripting engine. A bit outdated, but some stuff ist still up to date.
          http://www.paulirish.com/2013/webkit-for-developers/
          Its pretty more about webkit browsers, but there is also Chromium included. BTW, are you a web developer?

          • SQL

            I am, sort of 😀

          • P0lip

            Yes, thats true. They want to clean up code as much as possible. I guess blink wont be “compatible” with webkit soon. Google will persuade their own standards. Aura is an UI framework to provide the same user experience across all platforms, but as you said, its difficult to understand whats under Chromium. 😀

    • Lacedaemon
  • ayespy

    You couldn’t, and still can’t, print from Google Maps. This strikes me as a good deal more serious and more worthy of bug-repair attention than not being able to print from a PDF (which, in truth, I still could, because I use a pdf plug-in) – for which there are easy practical solutions.

    • Davey126

      I agree 100% on priority – except a funny thing happened when I installed the latest patch: printing from Google Maps (and Amazon plus a bunch of other sites) started working again. However, the language is all screwed up. Garbled characters on some jobs. Not sure what is happening. Need to reboot and run a few more tests before pinning on Opera. At least the page/buttons were responsive and the tab didn’t freeze. Progress!

      • ayespy

        Yeah. Weird thing is, Opera Beta and Dev print just fine – you know, the two versions I DON’T use for every day routine tasks?

  • Like that Apple with its new OS Yosemite will be adopting advances I already have within Opera Browser – good on Opera – can’t wait for being able to import bookmarks and some more flexibility on managing the SpeedDial

  • Egon Ruuda

    Is there an option somewhere to disable the stupid icon labels in speed dial. Some sites use the much more helpful miniature screenshot, but others (like wikipedia) only shows the globe icon.

  • Opera stable no longer stable, not at all, for some reason I can’t figure out, it is hell of slow and seems like impossible to use, been happening since I first updated to O23 and never got solved, O24 Dev, O24 Next, O25 Dev and O25 Beta all run fine, same profile transfered from Stable to Next to Beta and Dev. So it should be fine as I’m upgrading the profile, not downgrading it, that same profile I copied from O23/O24 stable Windows version to O24Dev/O25 Dev/O25 Beta Linux version, which rocks. And it happens in all scenarios, opening new tabs, bookmarks, RSS reader, settings, flags, whatever you do.

    Happens in both computers I use with Windows, i5 Qcore Intel, Win x64 at work. AMD-A6 3420M, QCore at home, Win x64, in this one I even run it on a SSD.

    Easy to reproduce:

    Install Stable, run it, go make a coffee or some popcorn.
    Install Beta or Dev, get to work as soon as it finishes.

    • Any flags enabled?

      • Nothing of importance since O21, but as I said Dev/Next/Beta all working just fine, same profile.

  • Guest

    After the update, I can’t open New window, New tab or New private tab from taskbar icon.

    C.Program FilesOpera23.0.1522.77opera.exe
    Unspecified error

  • Guest

    After the update, I can’t open New window, New tab or New private tab from taskbar icon.

    C.Program FilesOpera23.0.1522.77opera.exe
    Unspecified error

    Any idea how to fix?

    • Leonardo Gomes

      Hmn, why it is pointing to an old build?

  • Safy

    After the update, I can’t open New window, New tab or New private tab from taskbar icon.

    C.Program FilesOpera23.0.1522.77opera.exe
    Unspecified error

    • EggsAreCute

      1. unpin Opera icon from taskbar
      2. Opera installation folded, right click on launcher.exe, “Pin to Taskbar”
      3. Click on Opera pinned icon

      • Safy

        It doesn’t work

        • Sidney Moraes

          Delete 23 version folder

    • Carson Coyote

      Same thing has been happening to me for months now.

    • ArkhamParkinson

      Download the Offline installer, close the Opera Browser, install the latest version since the installer and voilá: Opera 24 Updated!

  • Scribe_uk

    Opera is slowly getting better, but I still can’t use it until the rendering of this page which I use a lot, has been fixed. http://theroyalwindsorforum.yuku.com/ After an update it loads a mobile version, then after clicking on ‘Desktop’ the rendering is wrong, and only the text will zoom. I don’t see how it can be the website because it’s perfectly OK on Opera 12, Opera Mobile, Chrome, Firefox, IE, Maxthon etc.

  • Dave pete

    Is their easy way to integrate Opera stable version (24.0) Passwords & Stash to opera beta edition.

    • Ste

      Try install O beta in Opera stable folde 🙂

      • Dave pete

        Nope. It did not worked . but thanks for the help 🙂

        • Vux777

          copy “Login data” and “stash.db” file from one profile folder to another (if you can’t find where they are, look for paths under Opera menu>>about Opera).

          In new Opera (with new bookmarks system, stash should!! be under unsorted bookmarks directory… but form my experience, that didn’t happen

          then use tip from here how to see stash in new bookmarks

    • Marko Koivuniemi

      I don’t know easier way than just copying content of folders located (in Windows) to one folder to another one. I usually switch between Beta/Next and Developer version when I change my main browser. (Of course you loose all the old ones.)

      C:UsersUSERNAMEAppDataRoamingOpera Software

  • Richard Boere

    I have the same problem, after restarting the machine (Win 7 64 bits), Opera starts, the tab title says “loading” and…. nothing happens. And I mean, nothing, new tabs, settings, about, nothing ever loads. Please fix this as soon as possible!

    • Old Prestopera used to simply ignore those settings it didn’t recognize, but Opera Software decided Prestopera was not user friendly and that Chromium/Bink represented a much simpler way, now we’re screwed.

      I want to go back to O19!! I’m just too lazy to config everything again, maybe when we one day get to sync. And BTW, Opera 25 Beta just deleted all my bookmarks, all of a sudden I was again with this 4 default empty folders. Beta is supposed to be the stabilization period, no more radical changes but merely bugfixing to get it ready to become “Stable”.

      I can forgive changes of direction, changes in design, no matter how foolish they can look to others. I won’t forgive sheer stupidity and idiotic choices.

      • ArkhamParkinson

        Come Back, Opera Link!

    • ArkhamParkinson

      Well, the 64-bit compatibility must be resolved in the next updates.

  • EggsAreCute

    Wow, i managed to run Opera eventually. As i described earlier Opera wasn’t working anymore after last update.

    What needs to be done: unpin Opera icon from taskbar, then open Opera installation folded, right click on launcher.exe, “Pin to Taskbar”. Then just click this pinned icon and Opera will run normally.

    • ruduh

      The same happened to me with off-line installer package. 🙁

  • Prevedovich

    Let us disable SiteCheck. It is a huge security issue. You should take care of privacy of your users.

    • P0lip

      Chromium doesn’t guarantee any safety. If you’d like to have your privacy respected, you should choose Firefox. 🙂

  • Helder

    Its just here that the controls of any flash video players keeps blinking when not in fullscreen and your mouse is on top of it?

  • Biggie Winner

    it is hanging, sticking, on loading pages if you get that far…stutters when you type in a search. either fix it or back to chrome or firefox…

  • Biggie Winner

    i tried a reinstall…hangs, black page, then not responding. will try one more time then bye opera for good as this is painful

  • Biggie Winner

    clean reinstall. i guess using your added extensions is the issue. i was using only 3 that i always used on firefox without any issues. so, this is too much of a hassle, i will go to firefox because i need the extensions.

  • After trying –enable-smooth-scrolling and verifying it works just the way it should in all builds and stop caring why the devs of this thing are so uncapable of telling the truth, at least in Windows, can anybody please tell me how to add it to Unity?

    Or point me to a good tutorial?

    • SQL

      That flag is incomplete as it stands. It’s not expected to possibly even work – if it works for you then great, if it doesn’t then just wait. There’s like one chromium guy who has been trying to recreate smooth scrolling (or so i believe, skobes he is called) and the latest smooth scrolling related commit by him is from 2 months ago.. ( https://codereview.chromium.org/393713002 )

      So i wouldn’t expect anything anytime soon.

  • BarskeKjekken

    Html5 videos on youtube seem to crash/stop alot. Needing to reload the page.
    Anyone else with this problem?

    • Leonardo Gomes

      Nope, they are playing fine here.

      • BarskeKjekken

        Hmm. Mine does it on almost every video, especially near the end of the videos.

    • ArkhamParkinson

      The WebM VP8 is buggy. In Youtube HTML5 page shows that VP8 is not working, meanwhile HTML5 test is showing that is present.

      • BarskeKjekken

        Think most of the videos are VP9,

  • Marko Koivuniemi

    Is there bookmarks-importer anymore? Now it could be time to find my good old Opera 12.x adr-file and import them. (More nostalgy value than real valua – my precious bookmarks.)

    • Opera 25 might have something for that when it gets to the stable channel

  • Threepwood

    Still no fix for DPI > 100%? Why I even bother…

  • Lacedaemon

    Clicking on Opera blogs on the top left leads me again to Opera RUSSIA…

    FIX THE DAMN THING ALREADY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Baahh, New Opera = only problems. SO tired of your childish sicknesses.

    • Why is it bad? just make a bookmark to this site and nevermind that icon, at least you got a Russian version and that icon is meant for the general public, I get the english version always and I’m an Mexico City, I speak english but most mexicans don’t, and there’s no hispanic version, which is fine at a certaing extent, I hate being assimilated to islanders, colombians, bolivians, etc, hahaha.

      • NoName

        Do you bookmark each page you visit? 🙂
        I use the top bar to visit all the sites, as I read them all.

        This issue was fixed a few days ago, but is now back again 🙁

        • You’re not the person I replied to, but if you both are Russian, why is it so bad?

          Unless you’re being directed to a Russian page when you’re not Russian.

          • Lacedaemon

            I’m not Russian man… would I complain if I were? Jeez…
            Also, you could have clicked on my profile to see my country or if you knew who a Lacedaemon is…

    • Leonardo Gomes

      Here it leads me to https://blogs.opera.com/news/ as it shoulds.

    • ArkhamParkinson

      ISP recognition issues? Well, in some cases, will be blame of the modem-router and ISP.

    • Lacedaemon

      This must be a problem with the cache files and what Opera reads from it, because I deleted all my cookies, history etc, except for the cache and the problem still persists. If I delete the cache it does not redirect me there. Note that I didn’t view any russian site and that I’m not russian or live close to Russia and I know that my ISP give me IPs from inside my country…

  • Cryio

    You need to fix the Flash Player acting all trippy when embedded in pages. On YouTube it works no prob, but embedded … it always needs a refresh to work properly.

    • Leonardo Gomes

      What’s the issue. I usually don’t have problems with embedded flash videos on pages.

    • Yes, there is something wrong, but that is on the blink-part of Opera afaik. “Wrong” is maybe the wrong word. 🙂

      They did a bunch of work in that area in blink/chrome (like unprefixing some stuff, deprecation of webkitEnterfullscreen) and that breaks for example old versions of JW Player (older than version 6) if no workaround on the site is applied. That will probably get sorted out with time as they update the JW Player or add workarounds.

      So I am not sure if there is really a “bug”.

    • nicks

      confirm, still problem with players.

    • Use pepper flash and all your problems will be gone.

      • Cryio

        I have no idea how.

        • Go here: http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer.html

          Download this: Download Flash Player for Opera and Chromium based applications – PPAPI (EXE, 17.8 MB)

          Install it. Then Open Opera, click Opera > More Tools > Enable Dev Tools > Developer Tools > Plugins > Show Details. Then find flash and dissable Type:NPAPI the one that has to be enabled is type: PAPPI (out of process).

          • nicks

            Thanks, now it’s working good, on all sites I hope.

          • Thanks for the tutorial. But in my case Opera even does not detect PAPPI version of Flash Player. Chorme detects it.

          • Leonardo Gomes

            Pappi flash is listed under opera:plugins?
            Btw, which version of Opera?

          • No, there is no PAPPI under opera:plugins. But it is under chrome:plugins. And it is installed properly (works with Chrome). Opera 24.0.1558.61.

          • Leonardo Gomes

            Chrome has its own built-in flash player.

          • Yes, it has. But in chrome:plugins are visible all 3 of them – Chromes PPAPI, installed PPAPI and installed NPAPPI. Opera doesnt see PPAPI at all.

          • Leonardo Gomes

            Is the flag for pepper flash enabled on opera;flags?
            Which file did you downloaded and install ?

          • Leonardo Gomes

            Same one that i use here.

            Can you find the flash dll at WINDOWSSysWOW64MacromedFlashpepflashplayer32_15_0_0_170.dll?

            If so, is Opera installed for all users? Running with admin rights?

          • Yes and yes.

          • Leonardo Gomes

            What happens if you try with a new clean opera profile?

          • Cryio

            Done. Thanks.

            Also typing in the adress bar opera:plugins is much easier to do than “click Opera > More Tools > Enable Dev Tools > Developer Tools > Plugins”

  • Tommy

    Where’s my last comment? You didn’t like it? Youtube STILL can’t work in fullscreen, great FEATURE!

    • Leonardo Gomes

      Flash or html5 player? Which OS?

      No problems with fullscreen on YT on Win8.1 here.

      • Tommy

        Don’t really know if it’s html5/flash, it worked before. Why do I need to know such things? It works in every browser I tried. Not in Opera though.

        • That would make it easier for us to reproduce the issue.

          You can see it on the contextmenu if it is HTML5/Flash. The contextmenu is different in html5 and flash. To see the contextmenu just right click on the video. In case of Flash there is some text like “About Adobe Flash…” (translation as it is in german here).

          • Tommy

            It was flash player. It started to work after browser restart but anyway it wasn’t the first time and it’s quite annoying.

        • Leonardo Gomes

          Right click on the video to see if it’s flash or html5.

          If it’s flash, try download an install ppapi flash from http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer.html

    • Works fine here. Maybe try again with add-ons disabled.

  • Tommy

    I’m planning on buying 128 GB of RAM for my desktop. Can you guarantee that Opera will use all this memory without a problem?

    • 128 GB? Really?

      I am not sure if Opera (on Windows at least) could allocate that much memory or any other 32-bit application. Probably max. around 4 GB.

      http://stackoverflow.com/questions/639540/how-much-memory-can-a-32-bit-process-access-on-a-64-bit-operating-system

      • Tommy

        So I believe they should release 64-bit version. That way it would be possible to open more than 100 tabs 🙂 I wonder what is so special about Firefox that it can open hundreds of tabs without a problem and without taking all the system’s available memory.

        • the OS X version is going to be 64bit soon, Linux one soon also, Windows one I would guess in the future

          ps I have done over 100 tabs with 2GB of ram :angel:

          • András Ács

            (FYI, Linux version has been 64-bit-only from the start)

        • András Ács

          I think it is to do with its single-process nature, at least in part. I wonder if they can keep the memory advantage once Firefox goes multi-process.
          Hmm, I should try this. Setting browser.tabs.remote to true in about:config enables multi-proc, let’s see how it behaves then with a gazillion tabs..
          (Responsiveness is light years better with the setting on, a bit buggy here and there but it should be default soon:)

  • Tommy

    Maybe you should stop censoring comments and fix this pathetic excuse for a webbrowser?

  • ArkhamParkinson

    Well, I’m happy of use Opera Blink 24. It’s better than Maxthon and another Chromium forks.

    Fantastic work.

  • Rafał

    Google Maps problem. “Failed to load resource: net::ERR_CACHE_MISS ” using Opera 24/25. Any solution?

    • Leonardo Gomes

      No problems on Google Maps here.
      24.0.1558.61 and 25.0.1614.5 on Win8.1.

    • Works fine here, too.

      You could try to disable add-ons or just clear the cache.

    • Leonardo Gomes

      Btw, it happens on all maps or just on some of them?

  • Rafał

    @blackcoder:disqus I don’t use any add-ons. This problem is in the web inspector. The same problem, but different construction of sentences I have in Cyberfox (Firefox in 64 bit architecture). And cache is empty – I cleared this.

  • Haris Mohammad

    Hi, I’m new to Opera. How I can import bookmarks from other browser?
    Thanks.

    • ayespy

      The Help site would appear to be out of date. That was the procedure in Opera 12. There is no way in versions of Opera after 15, to initiate the import process on your own.

      When you first install it, it is supposed to silently import the bookmarks, passwords and history from your existing default browser. It populates a bookmark database that you don’t see initially. You can find the “Bookmark Importer” both on the Start (speed dial) page and under the Opera menu button at More Tools/Bookmark Importer. This displays the bookmarks that have been imported and gives you the option of whether you would like them imported to Speed Dial or to the Bookmarks Bar, which you can turn on under Settings.

      • It might come in version 25 which is in testing

    • ahoj1234

      there is no official way (only the first start-up as ayespy already wrote there).
      Unofficial way is from other chromium based browser like google chrome or maxthon – replacing bookmark folders or even better, use some import/export chrome extension for that.
      nevertheless, I would wait a few more weeks (but you can try some workaround if you feel good about it), it’s a must and I hope that it will be added soon (bookmark manager is new and it’s not a secret that they will work on it in the near future)

    • ayespy

      I used xmarks extension to get my bookmarks into the new versions of Opera.

  • Lacedaemon

    About the redirection to Russian blog issue:

    This must be a problem related to the cache files and what Opera reads from it, because I deleted all my cookies, history etc, except for the cache and the problem still persists. If I delete the cache it does not redirect me there. Note that I didn’t view any russian site and that I’m not russian or live close to Russia and I know that my ISP gives me IPs from inside my country… but the only thing that could make sense is the gismeteo extension which is russian and how Opera synergises with it. Please check it.

    Also: Provide an option for disabling sitecheck2.opera.com . This is really unethical of you hiding it from us in the first place. Fucking NSA and British Intelligence spying everything from us… all Google searches, all e-mails, chats, everything.

    • ayespy

      Hm. I don’t use gismeteo and I don’t have an extension for it, but I was still redirected there.

      I do have a friend on facebook whose timeline sometimes has comments from Russia and a couple other Slavic-language countries – so some of that could be in my cache, I guess…

  • Tab crash on https://twitter.com/meredithfrost/status/514248594715852800 when Opera tries to play the animated part and it crashes in 2 seconds (tried 2 times)

    Opera 24.0.1558.61 (crash reports auto sent)

    OS X 10.9.5

  • ovtza

    Is there any way of defining custom mouse gestures? This feature was very useful and I can’t find it anymore.

    • Vux777

      only with extensions

  • Anton Chelnokov

    when u repair youtube interface hiding?
    its not serious!

  • L33t4opera

    New build for the Opera stable: 24.0.1558.64.

  • Jon Froling

    How do you export bookmarks to a html file? Google sucks and now Opera is just another half-baked Chromium piece of crap…

  • marek

    where is e-mail client?

  • CENTRO LOCAL DE INVESTIGACIÓN

    Nombre del evento de problema: APPCRASH

    Nombre de la aplicación: opera.exe

    Versión de la aplicación: 31.0.1889.174

    Marca de tiempo de la aplicación: 55d1efb8

    Nombre del módulo con errores: pepflashplayer32_18_0_0_232.dll

    ¿Que hago si me sale este error a cada rato?