I can easily live without this feature. It would be nice, but I can just copy/paste the speed dial every now and then.
Unfortunately copy/pasting speed dial is something a little too complex to communicate to clients. People want now days a flow of using their devices, from home, to office, to phone while commuting and then back at home (PC/mac/tablet). Lack of one-speeddial between devices is, from average users point of view, something that is not a sales point for Opera in "tech enthusiast" crowd, for whats-a-browser crowd it most likely is. But which crowd is more likely to use Opera?
I'd love to see this also. After switching from Mac, I found myself naturally trying the two-finger swipe to navigate back. This worked fine in Chrome and, to my surprise, in MS Edge.
Opera is lacking here, sadly
@leocg Hmm, they must have thought that "blocked" meant to block the asking and allow automatically or something. Of course, with the current wording, when you disable, it sounds like the same thing. It sounds like you're disabling asking and allowing automatically.
Given the way the toggle and exceptions actually work, I think it'd be more like:
On=Ask to add site to allow/block list.
Off=Add site to allow/block list manually.
But, that's just me.