Back gesture on touchpad Windows 10
alongarc last edited by
Hi, I don´t know if there is any option to do the gestures of going back and forward on the pages with the touchpad, so it would be nice if you added like chrome or edge do in their navigators. Because is a mess to use always the arrows at the top of the screen.
terry1223 last edited by
yes opera, please add this funtionality to use 2 fingers to go back and forward. You are the only browser which doesn't do so
dragonb last edited by
Seriously if some opera devs did bother to come check these suggestions but if it is please implement this. I mean even Chrome did it, so you must have almost all ready on Chromium.
solomon942 last edited by
why it`s not implemented yet ?
nenadppx last edited by
Wait this is not implemented yet? Opera is this a joke?
pryodiablo last edited by
@zXRennyXz Yeah, those have to be the most useless gestures for a trackpad I've ever seen. If i was using my mouse I would just use the Bound inputs. But on a trackpad, having to click while sliding it in the exact direction is difficult to do, so even though i have it on, it's more of a hassle to use it than to just stick to chrome.
exc last edited by
Hey, are there any updates on this feature request?
Or developers do not use touchpad at all??? Just copy this feature from any other browser plz
kice last edited by
Bro how is this not implemented yet?
I just switched and really like Opera, but this is a dealbreaker
ihsaaan last edited by
Still now feedback? I really love Opera but simple and important features like this forces me to use other browsers when on my laptop
Please implement this feature
DarryLazakar last edited by
Yeah, its so annoying that I couldn't do the two-finger touchpad swipe left/right for the browser. It's the one single blemish of an otherwise Chrome killer. I would switch to Opera full time but because its absent, I would be back and forth between Chrome and Opera then...
What's even more annoying is that my nephew Could do the gestures in Opera and even he didn't know that it was actually absent in Opera browsers. No extensions, no setting tweaking, nothing, so clearly the devs Could implement it.
christophehad last edited by
Opera still hasn't implemented back gesture yet, which is really unbelievable.
However, I found a quick solution that may be a good compromise: set three-fingers left/right gestures as Forward/Backward navigation in the Windows 10 touchpad settings. They're found in Settings > Devices > Touchpad > Advanced gesture configuration (visible if you have a compatible touchpad)
This doesn't solve the lacking two-fingers gesture, but I found that the gesture is really awesome system-wide (ex: Windows Explorer)