Opera 66.0.3475.0 developer update
firuz-u7 last edited by
@firuz-u7 English here please
This is understandable, but it’s a matter of habit, and even when I want to select the scroll folder, it’s not very convenient because there are two scroll bars and sometimes one scrolls sometimes the other.
And Opera GX has both side panels combined, but in regular Opera you need to open the second side panel to use extensions for the side panel.
Sorry, I wrote in Russian
spiryts last edited by
Finally, we have one side bar, thank you, so can I have hope for option to move it on the right side ?, and, can something be done with "wyślij do mojego flow" to make it shorter.
burnout426 last edited by burnout426
done/ready button is just a "close dialog"
I thought this is a chromium's limitation and can't be changed, but in Vivaldi it works logical/correctly: if I don't press 'done' button, bookmarks won't be added.
Yes, I think Vivaldi's way makes more sense. Vivaldi's UI is a giant web page, so when you click on the bookmark icon, I don't think you're invoking the add bookmark function directly, which allows Vivaldi to not invoke the real function until you (the user) really chooses to actually save the bookmark.
elspivo last edited by
Dear Opera, how about posibility to adding custom websites to the left side-bar (mobile or desktop version)? It will be great to pin Twitter, or Instagram, for example. Something like Messenger, or Whatsapp. Do you have any plans for it? I will be grateful for your response.
xantares last edited by xantares
Just happened that Opera was locked into a fullscreen mode (Linux Mint/Cinnamon, latest). Neither
F11helped to cancel it;
Ctrl-Q-ing out was possible, but Opera re-started fullscreen (– and I mean fullscreen, not maximized!).
The way to go was either to lose the current session deleting
Current Sessionfile from profile – or hacking that file with an hex-editor, changing the
.statevalue in the
int32's a little) and thus keeping the session.