[Solved]Bring back the "Recently closed" button on the top bar on the right
jimki last edited by
I want it back !!!
Why remove something that leaves blank space that nobody use anyway ?
arkus1995 last edited by
How to piss off Opera users:
- Remove useful function and add useless
Utkonos last edited by
Return last opened tabs, thats were more convinent then search
Give opportunity to change that.
riderleangle last edited by
As pointed by @burnout426
you can diasble the following flag:
Goto the URL opera://flags/#search-in-open-tabs, disable the flag, and restart Opera.
Thank you very much, the recently closed tabs dropdown was one of the most important features that I used extremely regularly, glad there's a way to restore it. (And hopefully it returns to being the default on all future updates as well)
anonan last edited by anonan
Return it back!
Opera have replaced it with useless "Search for open tabs". It's a search for a word in tab titles.
Really? Who will use it? One from thousands?
Do you think that it the more popular use case than reopening the one of the last of closed tabs?
UPD. Oh, I did not note that there is already the topic of this problem: https://forums.opera.com/topic/39176/bring-back-the-recently-closed-button-on-the-top-bar-on-the-right
outofwords last edited by
I wholeheartedly agree with the posters above. Please please do not remove it, and especially not with a function that promotes bad use of the browser...
Users who close tabs regularly will miss the feature dearly while only psychopaths that enjoy having 200+ tabs open can enjoy the search-in-open-tabs function.
outofwords last edited by
I wholeheartedly agree with the posters above. Please bring it back as a standard feature.
I have absolutely no use for the search-in-tabs feature you seem to be replacing it with, I think only psychopaths find a use for that while they keep 200+ tabs open.
ksekator last edited by
Guys, why on earth did you remove the "last opened tabs" drop-down list button on the right side of the tabs instead of that frankly useless "search through the tabs" button? Could you please bring it back or make this buttons somehow customizable in the settings? Thanks.
SilentHugOfDoom last edited by
I think they are going to add recently closed tabs feature into this search in tabs feature? no? if so, what they are doing is right. because this is a search feature, so it makes sense that they are building it first and then other features will be added. if it's going to stay like this it really makes no sense.
matzz last edited by
Everyone! this brings back the desired button. Stop complaining and use it!
Rogerb last edited by
I registered on this forum solely to post this comment because this feature's removal has frustrated me so much. I used it constantly. I don't want to search open tabs.
gianlucazamagni last edited by
Thank you, I was going mental
ericartman92 last edited by
@ericartman92 This is exactly what I wanted to ask. For a while Opera seemed to quit doing stupid things, but it looks like they are at it again.
Exactly. The problem is that many features are really useful, many are unique to opera, the presence of many is pinnacle of reasons why some use this particular browser.
Opera is moving from being a browser that can do so many separate different things to one that has questionable looks and is as tailored to a simple majority as it can be.
The real fanbase is dwindling when it comes to those that use opera for more than ten years and still love it for what it once was.
TJCJC last edited by TJCJC
I use this all the time.
As others have said, it discourages lean browsing.
I don't want 50 tabs open 'just in case',
Bring back the recently opened tabs please.
vadimkazealot last edited by
Bring it Back!
Having some useful buttons was always making Opera better than other browsers. I was in grief when they removed a button that toggled Flash-autoplay while loading sites, then a button that switched loading images.
Now this super handy "recently closed" button. Please, don't
superduper last edited by
@vadimkazealot That's why I keep on using Opera - because they have some very handy features that other browsers don't. And it really pisses me off when they start "improving" things. For example, I really miss the "Notes" feature, where you could highlight a chunk of text in a web-page and save it to a note.