@phoenlix I believe workspace feature and my flow are both still can be develop to something more. maybe they opera developers make them work together or something. I don't know. but for now both features are really cool but they are very unfinished in terms of functionality. I would also like to see some auto-tab-hibernation feature...
@tito666 What doesn't make sense is someone who needs to open 100 tabs all the time even if just 10% will be used. In fact, I think that someone who always need to have hundreds of tabs opened simply has a problem with the closing of tabs.
Those people don't need a browser feature but just learn how to close tabs.
An regarding the other issue, it shouldn't be a problem in 2020.
When you're on the site, hit ctrl + shift + i to load the developer tools. In the developer tools, click the kebab menu (3 vertical dots) near the top-right of the developer tools. In the Menu, goto "more tools" and then "Network conditions". The network condition settings will appear at the bottom. For the network condition settings, check "disable cache". Then, uncheck "select automatically" for the user agent. Then, in the user-agent drop-down, set Chrome for Windows. Then, hit ctrl + r to reload the webpage.
If things load correctly when you do that, it means the site is serving Opera broken code/HTML.
@cerzel for me that doesn't even work in standard Opera anymore.
The sidebar opens over the open webpage instead of taking up it's own section of the browser window.
Which is a shame. I loved that feature, allowed me to have "2 tabs open at the same time in 1 window".
@ShariLee said in Can't identify current tab and ditched pinned tabs:
it ditched all four of my pinned tabs I had saved for a project and now I can't remember what they were.
We may help on this.
Follow the Backup | Reset link and come back if you want to try.
For the other, it's Company's related, has been asked for a while, but no response.
"Off Topic Tip"
Follow the Signature's Backup | Reset link.
Take the opportunity to start a Backup plan and even create a Template Profile.
SyncBack | Synkron helps.
Windows 7 (x64)
Opera Test profile | Opera Backup | Reset
@leocg You've obviously missed my point. Yes, I know all about those options. However, not all browsers choose to open every tab, but for the top one in each window, upon relaunching, thus saving many Gigs of RAM, and allowing the user to decide if and when to open any of those tabs. So my question is why doesn't Opera go this time & energy-saving route, instead of the pointless one of having to open every single one?