@sgunhouse D'oh, I didn't read it as carefully. Turns out they are the new limiter indicators depending on what you have enabled from GX Control.
Top to bottom: Network, RAM, CPU
@themaciekk said in Opera GX - Update Released!:
[NEW] Enabled limiters are displayed at the bottom of sidebar.
I made this a long time ago but hopefully this should still work. You will need to inspect element and replace the entire HTML with this:
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
<img src="INSERT IMG URL">
<!-- After making the thumbnail, switch the current thumbnail to the generic thumbnail (the one with the website name in it) and save it. This will clear the current thumbnail, allowing the new custom one to appear. After saving the generic thumbnail, open the thumbnail editor again and go through the options to find your newly made custom thumbnail! --!>
Honestly it's a bit overkill, but I find it's the most effective and simplest way to get those custom images in. You will need to host the images online (like imgur) due to security reasons browsers won't load local images on websites on the internet.
I don't know, but it doesn't matter. It is important that the problem disappears after this change.
NZXT didn't explain it to me either.
I bet on errors in the program code.
Anyway, that's enough for me because it solves this problem and I don't need an explanation.
It works a little different from the one in the URL bar. The one in the sidebar will open a new tab in speed dial screen, while the other will change your active tab into the speed dial. The one in the sidebar is in the standard Opera too, and I think having the one near the refresh button would be a great addition to Opera GX.