Is it possible to change the white O letter to something more colorful?

  • I am using opera-next right now on my Arch Linux box (xfce). For me it's very annoying when I switch the aplications on the taskbar, and I accustomed to the red O. Is it possible to change the white O letter of the embedded icon to something more colorful, let's say a red, orange or blue one?

    [Moved to the Linux area as it's not related to Next/Developer]

  • Is that a 12.x version? Should be, as 24 isn't to Next status yet ... then it should be possible, as it was possible in the Windows versions. I'll have to look into it ...

  • In Windows at least, you can change Opera Next 12.x into Opera 12.x (with the red O, and the menu text reading "Opera") by going to opera:config and setting System > Opera product to 0 (then save and restart). Likewise, I suppose someone could change Opera to Opera Next by setting that same value to 1 (if they wanted a white O). Those appear to be the only choices.

  • In my opera:config -> System all I get is "DisableTextSelect" option, nothing else.

    My Opera version
    Version 12.15
    Build 1745
    Platform Linux
    System i686, 3.14.1-1-ARCH

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