Ctrl + 0 (zero)/Ctrl + 9 to send to the last tab
A Former User last edited by
@yanta This is slightly off-topic, but you can middle-click links to open in new tab. It might be faster than pressing Ctrl. Just click the scroll wheel.
carehart last edited by
@concretable probably for the same reason that some people only scan a forum reply or email, and reply to it, raising an issue addressed already in what they didn't read. Different strokes...
subanana last edited by
Yes, i too second the thought to have Ctrl-9 shortcut for the Last Tab.
Developers, please implement asap.
burnout426 Volunteer last edited by burnout426
In Opera Developer, at the URL
opera://settings/keyboardShortcuts, there's now "Switch to last tab". There's no shortcut set for it by default. But, to match other browsers, you can delete ctrl + 9 from "Switch to ninth tab" and add ctrl + 9 to the new "Switch to last tab".
burnout426 Volunteer last edited by
It's in the changelog for Opera Stable now.
carehart last edited by leocg
@burnout426 Thanks for the news, but I will say that I updated to the latest stable 77.0.4054.146 (Windows 10), and I did restart Opera, but I don't find any "switch to last tab" option listed in the shortcuts in settings.
And while that bug list does indeed show this being fixed in this version (as ticket DNA-93637), I couldn't find any further details on it.
Has anyone else gotten this to work?
I'm really looking forward to it. Sure, it's one less than doing ctrl+1>shift-tab, but since I do work in multiple browsers on multiple machines (that are usually other than Opera), I would love to see this work as it does every else on my main browser.
mmichel last edited by
It seems to not work through workspaces. If last tab is not in current workspace, the shortcut does nothing.
But it can change (crossing fingers).
Either work cross-workspace or in the current workspace. Not working at all is quite frustrating.