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add bookmark here missing in 50

  • @ext That's just how Opera sorts things. It always places new things on top. Where for example, Firefox always places them at the end. Coming from Firefox, it was annoying at first, but now I like it more actually.

  • Why opera developers change something that was functional and good. I hope that the + button will return to Opera. Developers of the Opera can create the extension which will let for adding this button to the bar.

  • @ext No, extension for this is the bad way of doing it. Chrome has extensions for every damn tweak and it's such a waste of resources. A Flag or a normal setting would be more appropriate.

  • @rejzor agreed. works perfectly.
    i only use the heart to bookmark and i find it to be convenient. you click the heart, rename it if you want to, choose the folder you wanna put it in in the drop down menu, and that's it.

  • @acidinmyfridge So do I. All those + all over the bookmarks were an annoyance for me and with touch laptop I'm using I often hit them when I didn't even need them. So, having them gone is a blessing for me. Interface just looks so much cleaner now.

  • @rejzor in your case with the touchscreen i fully understand.
    i think this could be optional. so people can decide wether to use the + or the 💜

  • I'd better remove the heart button. How about giving users option which one they would like and which one not, instead of cutting it altogether?

  • Please give users option to set everything according to their preferences. So we can add or remove "+" or "<3" or whatever

  • @nenadandric said in add bookmark here missing in 50:

    Please give users option to set everything according to their preferences. So we can add or remove "+" or "<3" or whatever

    I support this. People should have any choice what want to use, of this option or this option.

  • How about klick Love Button ??

  • @bbildman - The right-click is SUPER. It's about the same as the "button" that is missing. The pop-up is there, but I like that, because I don't like all that extra verbiage. Most of my bookmarks just have an icon. For those that may not know, deleting the description gives you just the icon. The drag feature is good for when I want to put it into a specific folder. With the "button". I had to drag it after it was on the bar. Maybe your method would have worked, but I didn't know about it until now. Another thing, the new bookmark is at the end of the queue instead of the beginning. Now, that's cooking with gas. Thanks. Peace - ede

  • @edwinattaway said in add bookmark here missing in 50:

    @bbildman - The right-click is SUPER. It's about the same as the "button" that is missing. The pop-up is there, but I like that, because I don't like all that extra verbiage. Most of my bookmarks just have an icon. For those that may not know, deleting the description gives you just the icon. The drag feature is good for when I want to put it into a specific folder. With the "button". I had to drag it after it was on the bar. Maybe your method would have worked, but I didn't know about it until now. Another thing, the new bookmark is at the end of the queue instead of the beginning. Now, that's cooking with gas. Thanks. Peace - ede

    In a way, adding new bookmarks on top makes more sense since top menus are accessed faster than if you have to scroll all the way down. It just sucks that if you are switching between Opera and Firefox which position bookmarks in the opposite order, it sucks because you'll have them all messed up then. But coming from Firefox to Opera, I see advantages of having new bookmarks on top instead on the bottom.

  • @rejzor said in add bookmark here missing in 50:

    @edwinattaway said in add bookmark here missing in 50:

    @bbildman - The right-click is SUPER. It's about the same as the "button" that is missing. The pop-up is there, but I like that, because I don't like all that extra verbiage. Most of my bookmarks just have an icon. For those that may not know, deleting the description gives you just the icon. The drag feature is good for when I want to put it into a specific folder. With the "button". I had to drag it after it was on the bar. Maybe your method would have worked, but I didn't know about it until now. Another thing, the new bookmark is at the end of the queue instead of the beginning. Now, that's cooking with gas. Thanks. Peace - ede

    In a way, adding new bookmarks on top makes more sense since top menus are accessed faster than if you have to scroll all the way down. It just sucks that if you are switching between Opera and Firefox which position bookmarks in the opposite order, it sucks because you'll have them all messed up then. But coming from Firefox to Opera, I see advantages of having new bookmarks on top instead on the bottom.

    As often as not, I want to add the bookmark somewhere down (not on top, not on bottom) and this way allows me to put the BM wherever I want.

  • The + function is available here:

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    After right clicking mouse on the Opera bar, you can add a new bookmark "Add site..." like in case of the button + I am satisfied.

  • @ext said in add bookmark here missing in 50:

    The + function is available here:

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    After right clicking mouse on the Opera bar, you can add a new bookmark "Add site..." like in case of the button + I am satisfied.

    The big difference between what you are referring to and what I do...is that I am adding BMs to a FOLDER on the BM bar (that drops down when clicked to display MANY BMs). You are adding it simply to the BMs bar only.

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