From Tech Team with Love: What's Going On Behind the Scenes Vol. 5

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ratrosaw

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Oct 23, 2017
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Hi!

It's #tech again. We just applied another temporary fix to the system; iOS users, Safari users on macOS and Edge users on Windows 10 can also view HTTPS imgur images without a problem now.

Please be aware that due to technical complications (iOS, Safari on macOS and Edge do not support the latest standard) this is only a temporary fix, and it only works on posts. We will update the system again once iOS and Safari/macOS add support for the latest standard.

Let us know if the fix fails to work on your system.

Sincerely,
#tech

P.S. Internet Explorer (all series, including 11) and Opera Mini do not support the policy we implemented at all. As a result, there might be very little we could do for users with these browsers. Many apologies.
 
Oct 25, 2017
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Why aren't Giphy images showing when viewed with Opera 12.15?
No one loved Opera 12.x more than I did, but.. it's time to bury it. Presto was the best. The built in mail and IRC elements were amazing. But it's just too out-of-date in key areas, especially media representation. I use Vivaldi now - yes, it has a ways to go, but the foundations are good. Firefox Quantum just came out as well and it's very solid, even though it's missing some features I find critical.
 
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No one loved Opera 12.x more than I did, but.. it's time to bury it. Presto was the best. The built in mail and IRC elements were amazing. But it's just too out-of-date in key areas, especially media representation. I use Vivaldi now - yes, it has a ways to go, but the foundations are good. Firefox Quantum just came out as well and it's very solid, even though it's missing some features I find critical.
People are still working on it though.
 
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No one loved Opera 12.x more than I did, but.. it's time to bury it. Presto was the best. The built in mail and IRC elements were amazing. But it's just too out-of-date in key areas, especially media representation. I use Vivaldi now - yes, it has a ways to go, but the foundations are good. Firefox Quantum just came out as well and it's very solid, even though it's missing some features I find critical.
As much as it pains me to admit it, you're right. Opera 12 has been dead for a long time, and more and more sites are going to have problems with it. I moved to Chrome 2 years ago, and I still miss it.
 
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