Ok, so let me ask this, instead. I gather, from the lack of any responses and my own searching, that there is no extension that does what I need. So I'm willing to try and do one, myself. There's just one thing I haven't been able to find (or know that I've found it in a list of extensions related to bookmarks): how to basically intercept a user opening a bookmark, whether it be in bookmarks, the bookmarks toolbar, etc., and, using code that I have found, open that bookmark in a new tab? I just need to know how to see that click on any/all bookmark(s) and act on it. Suggestions? Thanks.
@Repter As I see on the extension support page in the Chrome Store, the developer knows about the problem in Opera. You need to wait for the next version of the extension in the Chrome Store or use the old version.
The fact that you have to download an add-on to deal with a nonsensical issue that shouldn't exist in the first place is Hot Garbage .
I'm a many-tabs-per-window browser user, and using opera right now on a single window with about 30 tabs open. When I click to open a new tab from the "main" tab that's all the way over to the left, sometime it will open immediately next to the "main" tab, sometimes it will open randomly in the sea of tabs I have open to the right. And I have no idea when either protocol is going to occur.
Something else I have no idea about is the speeling in this paragraph as it's below the field of vision even though I'm typing this On The Opera Browser .
WTF is wrong with you people? Amateurs isn't strong enough of a word...
Yes, indeed it does, thank you! It appeared that I have to hold the wheel being pressed for the very long time (a couple of secs perhaps) to make a click successfuly. Guess I need another mouse, thought of Logitech better
@oplover I assume you are clicking a bookmark from the bookmarks bar. If so, I agree with you.
One workaround is to simply hold down the Ctrl-key when clicking on a bookmark from the bookmarks bar to open the bookmark in a new tab.
Maybe a better workaround would be to press Ctrl-Shift-B to open a bookmarks tab and then pin that tab for easy access to bookmarks in that pinned tab. When one clicks on a bookmark from this pinned tab's contents now, the bookmark will automatically open in a new tab.
Adding for posterity @avl that it appears that when a window's open for a while, even if the white bar does not appear (because I'm actively using that window), the display will become off-calibration with what's on the page, forcing me to move my cursor below where the link actually is to click on the link. The behavior fixes itself if I switch tabs.