yeswap last edited by leocg
Version of Android: 62.1.3146.57513
Phone model and manufacturer: Multiple including Samsung Note 4 and S6, LG G4, Honor 8 and Motorola E2
Your version of Opera for Android: Multiple including Android 6., 7 and 10
If the problem is with a page, a link to it: NA
If ad-blocker is enabled or not: Issue occurs with it on and with it off
If data savings is enabled or not: Issue occurs with it on and with it off
A screen-shot of the problem if it's related to something not showing as should: N/A
Steps to (try to) reproduce the issue:
Create a new bookmark. Enter Tweet it in the Name field and the following code in the Address field:
(This will create a bookmarklet that share's the current page's title and URL on Twitter).
Open any web page in Opera. Go to bookmarks and select the Tweet it bookmarklet.
Expected behavior and actual one:
Expected: Twitter compose Tweet dialog opens with the current page's title and URI already entered.
Actual: Nothing happens at all.
I hope this issue can be resolved. Bookmarklets are an important part of my daily workflow. I use them for sharing to social media and updating sites I manage.
speising last edited by
i experience the same problem since version 62.
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dargor17 last edited by
@neetesha That's what I guessed, but it's still very annoying when features are removed because of "security", especially when it's something that distinguished your product from the competition. Is there any chance that bookmarklets can be white-listed or opted-in from the settings, instead of just disabling them outright?