Opera is still using ctrl+shift+t instead of ctrl+z for undoing last user action with tabs.
subj. Nothing done from the moment of same topic (2014?).
We (users) are using machine interfaces for applying some action in accordance with what we see on the screen.
User->action(kb, mouse)->interpreted result (screen, in most cases).
Sometimes something goes wrong and we should undo our action (mistype, close needed tab).
The most common shortcut for this is Ctrl+z.
All machine interfaces shoud be user-oriented, not browser-oriented. We want to undo last USER action. Why do we need to use "another standard"?
I prefer CTRL + SHIFT + T
On Mac Safari accepts both shortcuts:
- CTRL/CMD + SHIFT + T is used for reopening the most recently closed tab
- CTRL/CMD + Z is used for undoing the last user action
Since the shortcut for undoing the last action is pretty much universal I think it would be a good thing to have it also apply to the tabs in Opera.
CTRL + SHIFT + T would still be needed for when you want to reopen a tab after you did something else on the active page.
e.g. if you've typed something in a form CTRL + Z would undo the typing, while CTRL + SHIFT + T would reopen the last closed tab
Basically this would change nothing for people used to the CTRL + SHIFT + T shortcut, but would make it more intuitive for people that associate CTRL + Z with 'undo'