setting to enable/disable all/specific extensions per page

  • I have a lot of Extensions loaded and even more installed but disabled by default and sometimes they cause a web page to malfunction. In the worst case the only thing that helps is to open that page in a new Private Window, where most of my Extensions are disabled.

    For example: Dropbox.com doesn't work anymore. Content simply doesn't show up and links don't react to clicking on them.
    Now, I need two open windows, the main one and a private with Dropbox only. That sucks.

    Most of you may say I have too many Extensions loaded, but that's what Extensions are made for, to extend the Browser functionality, right? Am I the only one excessively using Extensions? Hopefully not, I think Opera should be more "Extension-friendly"

    Currently there is one option: "enable Extension in Private Windows"

    how about an additional item like a blacklist?

    Extension Blacklist (don't use Extension for following pages; Wildcards * and ? supported,):

    -> http?://*.dropbox.com/*

    or another workaround, an additional settings item:
    disable all but Sidebar Extensions on following pages:

    -> http?://*.dropbox.com/*

    There may be other ways, but I would really appreciate, if I had more control of Extensions.

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