moved to latest version, questions

  • Would anyone know if it was possible to click on a link and load it in the current tab? I know that clicking on a link holding down cntrl opens in the background which is great but it would be nice to have more features like the old Opera for tabs. These are features that Opera sucked me into and then they take them away from me.

    Another thing I miss was I could right click on a page and allow cookies to only the sites I wanted and all other will be deleted when I close the browser. Is there an option for this or an extension. I couldn't find one.

    Is there an option in Opera to warn before closing the browser? I did enjoy that in the event I forgot I was downloading a file.

    thanks, so far the browser is pretty smooth which I love but I hope one day for those features in Opera that separated it from the other browsers. It is great you guys when to the new engine but please work to make yourself different from the others like the old days.

    thanks for any help

  • Would anyone know if it was possible to click on a link and load it in the current tab?

    Not currently no. Have a look in the extension store, might be one there.

    Another thing I miss was I could right click on a page and allow cookies to only the sites I wanted and all other will be deleted when I close the browser.

    That is basically what Private Windows do. If you like you can set a command line switch on the shortcut for Opera that will always launch the browser in a private window.

    I did enjoy that in the event I forgot I was downloading a file.

    There is a test version where it will warn you on exit if a download is in progress. It should be out in the next month or two.

  • thanks, the extensions seem to do it different. Hopefully at some point the can add more features to right clicking on tabs. I'd love to see many of the previous features into this newer version.

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