Oh does it? I wasn't aware that there was any kind of a dynamic gui element like in Mac. There's the finder bar at the top in Mac when you're on the desktop, so when you swipe over to opera in full screen, the tabs and title bar of the opera browser jump down to accommodate for the finder bar, even though it isn't there. It corrects itself as soon as you roll your mouse over it, but its not a smooth operation. Its very jarring, and as a whole opera does not have a very elegant implementation on Mac.
@xiamenese The shift down itself is abrupt without any animation. The web page contents have to be susceptible to height changes or they won't be affected.
My MacBook and its software is a work of art and anything that doesn't meet that standard is garbage and will be deleted from it.
Hi @alex-abrahamson, this was an issue on old versions of Opera. It was already solved and the fix was available with an update. I can see you're still using old version. Please update and the problem will be solved.
The bookmarks are already in there. That Bookmarks folder is the one on the bookmarks toolbar. There is no access to the parent directory of the bookmarks toolbar any more. That is the problem. The Bookmarks on the left at the top of the list is just a line of text, not the parent directory. The parent directory is simply not available to add things. Once you take everything out of there except the hard-wired directories, there is no way to get back.
I was wondering if putting most of the bookmarks back into the parent directory would make it possible to use the "Add to Bookmarks" menu item again. It does not work with Opera 56 or subsequent versions. The doorhanger that drops down from the heart symbol is totally blank.