Not seeing how to have Ctrl+Tab just go to the next tab
opedara last edited by opedara
I'm used to the way Chrome, Firefox, and Edge do Ctrl+Tab and Ctrl+Shift+Tab... the shortcuts just go to the next/previous tab.
In Opera, a tabs preview opens so that supposedly I can hold down Ctrl or Shift+Ctrl and hit the Tab key to cycle to the tab I want then let go.
I find this typically obnoxious though, as I usually just want to go forward or back a tab, and if I want to go to a certain further tab, I'll just click the tab.
I can understand the use of the overview, I just don't like it as the default behavior of Ctrl/Shift+Tab... it might be nice for it to have its own shortcut that I can activate when I want, and have Ctrl/Shift+Tab behave like other more-popular browsers that I'm used to.
I'm not seeing where in settings to change these things... so are these in settings, and if so, where?
burnout426 last edited by
Goto the URL
opera://settings/keyboardShortcuts. There you will see "switch right through tabs" and "switch left through tabs" that are set to ctrl + pageDown and ctrl + pageUp.
You can use the shortcuts as is. Or, you can remove ctrl + tab and ctrl + shift + tab from "cycle forward through tabs" and "cycle backwards through tabs" and add ctrl + tab and ctrl + shift + tab to "switch right through tabs" and "switch left through tabs".