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Do you mean, when you have to first click to enable, and then be able to play the video? there isn't a way around it, it's a legal thing that has to do with Opera. It's the same way on youtube, and a lot of video sites.
It deals with a patent from some company called Eolas("Embedded Objects Linked Across Systems"), and it has to do with "Embedded Objects". Opera does this so they don't have a chance to get sued for big $$$.
In my opinoin, it's a bunch of crap, but they're only doing this to play it safe. Eolas has sue'd many companies, from Ebay, to Rent-a-Center, to JCPenny. Looks like they sued everyone that used any kind of embedded links at one point.
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