Active tab color! Make her color more distinctive.
azot last edited by
.... like green. So that when the user wants to close it, by mistake did not close another tab.
jojo0587 last edited by
@azot In both light and dark theme, the active tab has a different color than inactive. However, Opera still has only two preset appearance settings to choose from. I appreciate the functionality of Opera, so I do not intend to change my browser. However, in this respect, the Vivaldi viewer has more settings - a lot of color settings of individual elements (creating your own theme in many respects) and even automatic switching between 2 themes based on the time. Opera could have similar settings, but no, not because it's hard to distinguish between active and inactive cards. Just because it has richer settings.
test-bot last edited by
Well? How long does it take to option highlight features for a single tab? I am trying Opera after around 15 years being a fervent Firefox user. Still am a fervent Firefox user, and Firefox has several ways to manage tab coloration. Anything would be better than the choice to combine dark gray with black. So fix that.
krudtso last edited by
I was fine until the most recent update. Now I actually cannot see a difference between a selected tab and an inactive one, when using dark theme.
I am a giant opera fan and have been for years. This is a deal breaker for me, it tilts me to no end.
maisnet last edited by
I have the same issue
calebjcook last edited by leocg
It is my number one complaint. Dark theme, 5 windows and 78 open tabs (don't ask) and no hope whatsoever of knowing which tab was active. At least point me to where I can mod the UI like one can with Firefox. Or make such a tweak available.
kljoki last edited by
Same issue. Please change active tab color !
tonialb last edited by
Agree! Or make active tab with same border like address bar.
chlf99 last edited by
Yes! It's drives people crazy looking for the active tab button.
shackleton last edited by
The same here, I like Opera but this kind of being messy in terms if UX & UI might annoy.