@burnout426 Iknow that Vivaldi is pretty good for the Tab management, i know it but lately the performance of it is pretty bad and shaddy... so i stick with Opera. I would love to have the tab stacking on Opera. I hope they can make it work again.
@warzcube said in Visual indication that opened page was updated:
a visual indication that allows us to see tabs that have not been opened
Vivaldi has this under Settings -> Tabs. The setting is called "Use unread indicators". Check it out to see how it could work in Opera.
In Vivaldi, by default, there isn't a bookmarks folder named "Bookmarks Bar". The bookmarks bar just shows all bookmarks and folders (including the "Speed Dial" folder). As in, the top-level "Bookmarks" folder is the bookmarks bar, So, right off the bat, that's nice.
But, there's more. Each folder under "Bookmarks" has a "Bookmarks bar" checkbox. If you check it, it changes the bookmarks bar folder to that specific folder so that what shows on the bookmarks bar is everything in it instead of the top-level "Bookmarks" folder.
It's definitely different that way, but nice when you get used to it. With the default of the top-level "Bookmarks" folder being the bookmarks bar, you don't have to separate bookmarks between the bar and other bookmarks (or make copies).
If you want to set things up like Opera instead, you can create a folder named "Bookmarks Bar", set it as the bookmarks bar and create a folder named "Other bookmarks" to put your non-bar bookmarks in.
Also, in the bookmarks manager, for each folder, there's a "Speed Dial" checkbox so that you can make each folder also be a speed dial folder if you want.
Opera could do some of the same, which might help your case if you're willing to have everything in bookmarks show on the bookmarks bar. However, for your wish specifically, if you could check "Bookmarks bar" for more than one folder at a time and have it available to check for individual bookmarks themselves, that'd allow you do to what you want while keeping your folder structure and while not making copies and while not even having to create shortcuts.
I remember looking at this before and couldn't a way to disable webp. However, for saving purposes, https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/save-image-as-type/gabfmnliflodkdafenbcpjdlppllnemd might help. But, you probably read that here in the second thread you posted.
So, yeah, an option would be great. If you get this implemented in Chromium, Opera should automatically inherit it.
It would be better to have an option to capture full scrollable screenshot and instead of have an option to save in multiple formats it would be much better if I can create and manage sharable links like Lightshot software.
@funinthesun89 said in "Easy" to apply changes and Features that would be gladly welcome!:
Simple things like being able to move more than 1 tab at a time, being able to select multiple tabs to create a window just by dragging it out of its current window
This has been wished for before. You might find some previous threads on those by searching.
In Chrome and Chromium Edge, you click "more" to be able to edit the URL. In Vivaldi, it's shown and editable right away.
I find it useful when bookmarking amazon pages that contain session info or when bookmarking youtube pages where I want to remove &list= and or continue_time= etc. Good for Google search result pages too.