@leocg I don't think it will ever be a problem for anyone if the currently opened tabs are in history. Nobody would go "What?! There is a list of currently opened tabs in History! That doesn't make ANY sense at all! What were they thinking?!" Most likely people would probably just ignore that, if they ever even found out it existed.
Also, there is "security against threats" (as in encryption and such) and "security of use" (trusting you won't lose progress when using the system). I'm talking about the latter.
When Opera crashed, I lost a lot of tabs, which were never recorded in History. Opera failed to correctly handle the crash and I had to try and remember what the tabs were. All of this could've been avoided by my suggestion (a list, where I found all tabs that I haven't specifically closed myself).
Surprised this wasn't fixed yet, with so many people starting to use 3840x2160 or even higher these days web pages are a pita to read on many screens, by default I tend to change the default zoom level to 125 or 150%, on doing so the GX control tab increases along with web pages but without expanding its borders making the whole right side (where the actual controls are) un-selectable.
Anyone know a workaround other than staying on 100% and manually changing every page I visit? Or better yet, anyone know if the dev's are going to fix it?
Its been a known issue since at least early access since I first installed a week or so after to test Vs opera, chrome, brave, vivaldi etc and ran into the issue and saw report tickets about it.
today update opera Android to the version 56.0.
Something strange happened while browsing a web page, without wanting to, I think I made a long touch on the opera button, located in the lower right margin. Then, from that margin, a menu similar to the one that opens in the upper right margin when pressing the 3 points appeared. for a moment it made me happy because I thought they had heard my suggestion regarding the share button. I arrive I tried to perform this action again and it was never repeated. I think it was a bug or an optical illusion of mine!