Opera 81 Stable
PurpleT last edited by
I hate things that pop up without good reason. They get in the way and I found no real use for them. They offered no advantage time wise, certainly not enough to make a real difference.
Anything like that should have a nice little introduction and a nice simple way to disable them.
Having them as an option for those who like them is fine, but why make it complicated to disable something if we don't like it?
I came to Opera on mobile quite a while ago, and very recently on desktop, because of horrible design on my last preferred browser, yet straight away Opera have shown the same kind of disregard.
leocg Moderator Volunteer last edited by
@fabricen Let's see:
You replied to avl saying:
@avl : I'm not sure to understand : are you talking about the point 3, the windows popping on top of others ? i
Then I replied answering:
The question was about the fast tab tooltip, that appears when you hover the mouse on a tab.
FabriceN last edited by
@hwpc48 ubuntu here, maybe that's the reason.
Anyway about opera windows raising on top of others when it shouldn't, apparently the very annoying bug is still there in the 83.0.4239.0 https://forums.opera.com/topic/51465/opera-moves-on-top-of-all-other-windows/14
jakub-oe last edited by
Could you, please, implement vertical tabs? Even Microsoft Edge has them now and more and more people use ultrawide displays nowadays...
qrcze112 last edited by
@avl: I can say what annoys me there
It's kind of pointless, it's not really helping much besides some very extremely rare cases where you have so much mess in the tabs that they're all over the place.
But it's a bit redundant, there's already a duplicate page highlight feature (which is very nice btw) and page preview which would be enough to tell you what you need.
Also in general I don't have a problem recognising the domain from the favicon, so a non-issue for me.
On top of that the way it highlights the pages when you hover on them there is way too subtle, if it at least did the visuals like the duplicate page thing with a blue underline it'd be better i think.
Basically, it's just an additional clutter that covers your screen with not much value and doesn't seem to be very useful.
Just to note, it's cool you guys keep experimenting and don't just stagnate. I feel like opera has always been pioneers in this kind of stuff, even if it's sometimes a hit or miss.
Also p.s. the page preview is broken, some pages cause complete hang up, i posted about this issue on bugs report long time ago; no response.