I do not use ubuntu or gnome (or unity, if the screenshot is from 16.04 or older).
All the opera's .desktop file mentions is 2 entries that are only available under unity: one for launching it as usual and one for launching it in private mode, so I assume the other 5 come from gnome or from some gnome extension.
However, since opera is closed source, there is no ppa for it, you won't find anything to translate it yourself.
I answer myself: to repair (delete duplicated bookmarks) my bookmarks on my laptop:
Start the 2 computers (but do not start Opera on the desktop)
Export the laptop's bookmarks to the desktop computer for example with Dukto, usb key, email, etc....
Disconnect the Internet (offline)
Delete all current bookmarks (Desktop)
Import the laptop's bookmarks into Opera (desktop)
reconnect Internet & sync again (desktop)
It's also possible to simply...
delete all bookmarks on the desktop computer
3 Go online and wait for synchronization
Vivaldi - another Chromium-based browser - does list 32-bit versions on its download page. It isn't Opera, but it is under active development (as opposed to Opera which dropped 32-bit versions for Linux almost 2 years ago). Of course, if you have any issues post in their support forums and not ours.
@jimunderscorep said in Browser does not save login to sites:
Snap or regular deb?
Do you have any addons or external programs (e.g. bleachbit) that clean cookies etc?
Debian, I not have any addon or external.
@ridgerunner For the life of me, I cannot find any way to undo this.
And It's very frustrating to be forced to hide the extensions manually one by one. At least could you give us some way to resize the extension bar?