@sgunhouse Yes i have a high definition monitor. I have been using the Zoom extension with 5% increments for while but I find these days that it doesn't always retain settings for some reason so I want to ditch it and use the native facility.
@pheggas I do not think that this option should go directly to the Opera. You can always use an extension (both from the Opera add-ons and Chrome Web Store add-ons). Or use my proprietary solution
In Opera, add a new search engine with the address:
Of course, "%s" must stay, because here "searchable" text will be inserted. Only change "pl" to the abbreviation of your language. However, thanks to the "#auto" you will not have to set the language of the source text, only Google Translator will search for it automatically.
In any case, now just select a piece of text, display the context menu and "search" it with the help of this "search engine". I immediately warn you that if you select too much text, it will be cut off in Google Translate. But the point is to mark literally a dozen sentences.
If you do not like/dislike Google Translate then it seems to me that you could adequately deal with another translator online.
We cannot control the color, but we can change the image in each speeddial. I suppose that you know this; but I want to give a note to new Opera users here.
How to use site logos in Opera Speeddial?
When you open a speeddial click to heart icon at the right end of the address bar then a pop-up windows will be opened. At this window, we can select one from many different images on the web page. Most probably one of them is the site logo. You can select and set it as the speeddial image for the site.
Here is an example:
Here is my startpage:
ps. In order to remove titles of speeddial delete its name!