Have no access to recently closed tabs or the CTRL+SHIFT+T shortcut

  • I'm on the latest Opera developer build because I needed by passwords synced and this is the only version with that feature that I know of. Over the course of a few installations I noticed that Opera inevitably stopped being able to reopen closed tabs. As far as I can tell, no extensions are at fault here, and the problem occurs as soon as I go into the settings and check any option but the default "Continue where I left off" under "On Startup." This actually extends to the TabHamster extension, which doesn't even save sessions anymore. Is this a quirk of this particular build (32.0.1933.0)? Has anyone else had this problem, and would you happen to know how to fix it? Any help would be appreciated.

  • Go to settings > Shortcuts > Configure shortcuts > Click on "reset all". See if it helps.

  • Go to settings > Shortcuts > Configure shortcuts > Click on "reset all". See if it helps.

    No, didn't help. Still lost on this one. I can't imagine why this is happening.

  • Any extensions being used?

    Can you see the list of closed tabs?

  • This is a known issue and already fixed internally. 😉

  • Any extensions being used?
    Can you see the list of closed tabs?

    Nope, not at all. The only lists are those of of currently open tabs and tabs from other devices.

    This is a known issue and already fixed internally.

    Good to know! I take it this means that I just have to wait for the next update or so?

  • So I closed the window with 25 tabs, 20 of which I was saving for future research so they haven't actually been opened for weeks. There was another window accidentally opened, with only one tab. Now I have NO HISTORY of those 20 not-recently-opened tabs. WHY DOESN'T OPERA ASK LIKE FIREFOX DOES? And HOW CAN I GET MY TAB-LIST BACK?

    That's not screaming; it's crying!

  • Good to know! I take it this means that I just have to wait for the next update or so?

    Yes!

    So I closed the window with 25 tabs, 20 of which I was saving for future research so they haven't actually been opened for weeks. There was another window accidentally opened, with only one tab. Now I have NO HISTORY of those 20 not-recently-opened tabs. WHY DOESN'T OPERA ASK LIKE FIREFOX DOES? And HOW CAN I GET MY TAB-LIST BACK?
    That's not screaming; it's crying!

    This is the forum for Opera beta and Opera developer. If you're using beta/testing versions, you should know things like these are likely to happen.

    If you're talking about the stable version, Ctrl+Shift+T only works for tabs so you should find the recently closed window in the Tab Menu at the end of the tab bar.

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