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Opera has built-in proxy and presser of traffic - it is very useful for me. But opera, instead of to show a video, downloads it. It isn't I want. How can I (without root and with android 4.3) learn opera to show a video as well as chrome does?

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    Maybe the video you're trying to view requires a HTML5 player? I've heard Opera doesn't support those. – aureljared Jul 24 '14 at 11:09
  • No, it is flash. Android from 4.1 do not support flash player officially, I hear. But somehow chrome ignore it. The second fact is Opera is exactly the same chrome, because it use a chromium. I think there is a solution must be somewhere((( – Kirill Golikov Jul 24 '14 at 11:13
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If you disable the Off-road mode in Opera then it plays the video rather than downloading it.

  • My opera is non-English, what do you mean "off-road mode"? "Pressing mode" needs me as proxy to get a site, where I want to see a video. Nothing passerby to "off-road" in options I did not find. – Kirill Golikov Jul 24 '14 at 13:47
  • Thank you. I handle it. So "off-road mode" translated as "pressing mode". First it must be turned on to surf a site, next it must be turned off and open video in private tab. – Kirill Golikov Jul 24 '14 at 18:49

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