Title bar removed from latest Opera on Ubu 16.04?
janp last edited by
Just to say that they RUINED the browser on Linux with the CSD choice.
I am asking myself how has been possible possible to make such a radical, counterproductive and absolutely wrong choice. It costs about nothing to allow who wants it to show the titlebar.
Why remove it to get an app looking so bad that one wants only to remove it just to not even have the possibility to look at it.
tarsolyger last edited by
I am a long-time Opera user, and I have been very much satisfied with this piece of software, that I've been using on Windows. But now as I am moving to Linux on my home machine, I just realized, that the CSD of the Opera window while fits in well with the Windows 10 UI design, it ruins the consistency of the look on the Linux desktop.
I wish the option came back to use the title bar. I love Opera, but just looks so out of place on my Linux desktop
gleycon last edited by
back to native window decorations! PLEASE!!!
flyingspaghetti 0 last edited by
@gleycon If you are tired of Opera's lay-out nowadays it is possible to get the Otter Browser. Controlled by the user, not vice versa. It's a rather new browser and goes back to the best aspects of the classic Opera (12.x) UI using Qt5. It's not as big as Opera today, but however it can be a good answer to less development on your favourite browser..
Less is beautiful!!
jamesisin last edited by
A year. Pathetic. What happened?
jimunderscorep last edited by
Obviously, the devs have no interest in fixing it.
oldrivers last edited by
I am no expert on this subject but I do use Opera on three Ubuntu boxes on different multi-boot combinations of a few different Ubuntu and Opera releases and desktops. The title bar/menu options seem to differ, some have the Opera Button at top left on, some do not and so on.
What I can say is that so far double-clicking the sidebar (even totally empty) toggles between full screen and back and the tile/menu bar then appears on all of mine. A bit of a nuisance but if it works for you and you love Opera it gets by.
However, I do hang with LTS Ubuntu releases, and it does seem that the Opera Button itself MIGHT agree with Gnome more than Unity- but of that I am not sure.
Since the double-click works for me in all cases SO FAR , I just use that on my Unity installs.
oldrivers last edited by
Sorry, I believe that I misunderstood your original note. I thought that you simply did not like the menu being in the "top of screen" position rather than the application's title bar (I'm with you on that) so i suggested that the double-click on the Opera side panel was at least the easy way to switch back and forth and get the menu when needed. The "O" button was there at one point but that seems to have been abandoned.
At any rate, on my system settings/appearance/behavior the "in the menu bar" & "always displayed" does at least work for Opera, but the fact that it then puts every program's menu there (that does not have a menu "button") at the screen top means that I stick with "windows title bar" & "always displayed" that and just do the double-click for Opera, for me the easiest way to toggle full screen.
On my boxes (combinations of 16.04, 18.04 Unity and Gnome) Chrome on most boxes seems to be operating like Opera with no window menu, Firebird and Chromium work just fine, Vivaldi uses a menu button. I have a few other browsers and Windows 10 but this note is far too long already..
At least I can get it title bars somewhere on them all. Bummer for you.