@mashikha I honestly can't understand how did Opera not think about bringing this out of the box since the first release. I mean, they even have VK and Telegram in there!? So many Russian flavors for a Norwegian App.
All in all a good idea. After all, in Opera Neon you can have a pop-up with several movies (but you can only play one at a time).
@kened, And for now you can always have several installations of Opera as portable.
@isaacnc I agree. I have been using Opera non-stop for a long time (I've used the 12 or 15 version on the old engine), but the dark theme from "recent". And I can not imagine the bright mode setting right now. It is a pity that, for example, "Bookmarks", "History", "Downloaded files" are white in a dark theme.
@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.