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Opera 70 comes with easier access to closed tabs, simpler searches, and new Workspace icons

  • I like that Citrus-Wallpaper. Where can i find it?

  • @sgrandin I submitted this as a bug, DNAWIZ-106411, and added screenshots from a couple of sites, but so far it's been blown off, specifically that I didn't wait long enough for the sites' pages to fully load in print preview. BS! So I've had to spend more time on this with screenshots, to make up for an Opera tech(s) not doing their job, or at least having the sense to ask the right questions first before drawing a conclusion.

    But even were it were a matter of waiting for the site to load, it would still be a bug, since in all the time Opera has been using the current print module, pages and thus page numbers have never been slow to load.

    With support like this, it's no wonder Opera's print module's UI design is so insensitive to users who need to print from it relatively frequently.

  • In recent days I identified that the other browser (Sorry, I have to say it, edge) has a utility called collections.
    It is the possibility of saving specific pages without the need to fill up with bookmarks.
    Opera is going to incorporate something similar, for example called a wish list

  • @sgrandin As far as I know, Opera uses Chromium's print module. And, at least here, pages don't get that much time to show up in print preview.
    Could be a little faster? Maybe, but it's not something that slow currently.

  • @Rlopera How those Collections work? Wouldn't it be just a different way to bookmark a page?

  • @leocg It works more or less like a bookmark, but you don't fill your bookmarks bar with many links, for example, you want to buy some shoes, view several pages and see many options that you like, 20 or 30, with the collections you keep that there and not you modify your bookmarks, you don't leave 20 or 30 shoe link in your bookmarks bar. My friend uses edge and I saw that she used the collections ... and I found it interesting

  • So it isn't really different from saving a grout of tabs as a bookmark folder?

  • @leocg FYI: After updates different sidebar icons are re-enabled (e.g. facebook, sometimes instagram) or re-disabled (e.g. addons, sometimes whatsapp). This "excellent" feature changes from version to version.

  • The reopening of the closed tabs only is now eliminated. The new version, where the opened and the recently closed tabs simultaneously seen is a nightmare. Before v70 the search-in-opened-tabs flag could be used to disable showing the opened tabs. Now it is not possible. Why was it necessary? It is an idiot "development".

  • @asnobli9 said in Opera 70 comes with easier access to closed tabs, simpler searches, and new Workspace icons:

    The reopening of the closed tabs only is now eliminated. The new version, where the opened and the recently closed tabs simultaneously seen is a nightmare. Before v70 the search-in-opened-tabs flag could be used to disable showing the opened tabs. Now it is not possible. Why was it necessary? It is an idiot "development".

    You can't understand why Opera did this. Completely removed.

    Please Opera, come back with the choice !!!

  • @wagnerfilho89: Unfortunately, I know why. Because the sw engineers rule the development. The users are less important.

  • @chawoobie said:

    @leocg: Yes. But when I click the button, nothing happens. Will notify APWG.

    It appears that APWG resolved the issue. So far able to open bank site with no problem.

  • The new feature of "Search in Tabs – recently closed tabs" is really bad.
    Please restore how it was on the previous version. Having a button showing the closed tabs was [Caps are not allowed] of the browser.

  • the toolbar keeps disappearing for me when watching videos in full screen mode, even though i keep setting it to "show toolbar in full-screen." occurs in

    MacOS Catalina 10.15.6

  • New update - Opera stable 70.0.3728.95 ;-)
    The change log and the announcement should be available later.

  • I am now interested in this question. I see Opera developers are in no hurry to implement this. The bottom line is this. All popular browsers are already able to sync extensions from your account. That is, when you install a browser and log into your account, a lot of things are synchronized, including previously installed extensions. Synchronization of extensions is available in such browsers as: Mozilla Firefox, Vivaldi, Yandex Browser, Microsoft Edge (Chromium), Google Chrome. Only Opera still can't sync extensions. Opera is the best in everything, the best among all the above browsers, but why is there no such necessary function as extension synchronization. When reinstalling Windows and installing Opera, each time you have to install all your extensions from the two stores manually, instead of Opera Browser doing it for you. Is it really that difficult to introduce this feature into the world's best browser, which I have been using for over 10 years (since the days of Opera Presto).

  • @sgrandin I made a video of the print preview not showing page numbers and uploaded it to OneDrive.
    https://1drv.ms/u/s!AqsCKHVTj0ydpkMhwAgx0AXlVK07?e=gxSL6M

  • I need a rollback! Return the list of all closed tabs!

  • If I use the V7 shortcut while the sidebar is open (ctrl + shift + s), it opens V7, but if I use the same shortcut when the sidebar is closed, Opera 70.0.3728.95 crashes & shuts down and relaunches

  • @bbildman said:

    If I use the V7 shortcut while the sidebar is open (ctrl + shift + s), it opens V7, but if I use the same shortcut when the sidebar is closed, Opera 70.0.3728.95 crashes & shuts down and relaunches

    Still happens in 70.0.3728.95.

    I mentioned this January 8th 2020 and a bug report was filed by @burnout426