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Is there a changelog subfile for a Comprehensive List of Shortcuts over all versions and alternative

  • Just had to remember for Opera 12.17 (my DELL XPS-Z can't keep up with Die Neustes Opera any longer - somewhere between 17 18 or the Opera Next and I dropped back to Opera 12.15 then 12.16 which I morphed into Opera@USB, and then to Opera 12.17 and 12.17opera@usb - but I forgot you need to choose "Opera standard" shortcuts if you want to use CAS+H for reducing Opera to the systray -- before I remembered couldn't find anything in my searches of "HELP" or "SUPPORT" and now that I've somehow managed to remember this distinction,& narrowly avoided having to resort to electrode stimulation I wondered if there is a summary table of the difference in shortcut "sets" e.g. the difference between the Opera 9 standard shortcuts and the Opera 9.2, as just one case -- and if not is there any consensus about compiling same -- I have been using Opera since 1997 and there is no way I can remember or even find my notes about these differences, but if we agree perhaps a community effort, and I would be willing to participate could result in a compiled and searchable database? In addition to its speed I believe the Opera shortcuts and extensions are two features which make Opera of all flavors and dialects (and I look forward to using the "Child of Opera" as soon as a newer faster, etc. PC system is financially
    feasible)as attractive, and desirable -- there is no faster way in my experience than using keyboard shortcuts and Opera keyboard shortcuts are as fast and impressive as Opera's speed with graphics?

    For your consideration and comment,
    deralter (nicht Konrad Adenauer)
    NB: there is a piece of, I believe freeware available,sorry it is 'cardware' "Shortcuts Map" which seems feasible for an extension - a bit above my pay grade as they say to evaluate the feasibility, but checking it only convers up to MS WXP and WServer2003 but on reflection it only works at the "PROGRAM" level....

  • Finding your current shortcuts is pretty simple - go to Preferences > Advanced > Shortcuts and click the Edit button next to the list of keyboard setups. From there if you know the actual name of the action you are looking for (in your case, "Hide Opera") you can type it into the Quick search and see what shows up. A complete list of all shortcuts is pretty long and is complicated by context: a shortcut that means one thing in one context can mean something different in another context (shortcuts in mail versus in a browser window versus in a text field versus ...)

    If you're not trying to change any shortcuts, you should use Cancel or Close to dismiss both the Edit and Preferences dialogs (to make sure no changes are saved).