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TruOpera: Side Panel

  • Closing the Hotlist ... F4 - depending on settings, F4 would either hide just the current panel or would hide the entire Hotlist (including the toolbar with the list of panels). The x doesn't hide the toolbar, since then you wouldn't be able to click to open one would you? ... though if you want, I suppose we could give you a custom button for that.

  • Hiding has always been possible, without Fs.

  • It wasn't. Because I guess you mean regular tabs (a list of which is blah-blah-blah); regular tabs are o'k with me.

    You originally asked "is there a way to actually close/deactivate the page I've been using in that panel?"
    So, if you're weren't talking about closing tabs or windows from the list of them displayed in the "windows" sidebar/panel, what exactly did you mean?!
    🙂

  • The panel itself of course, sometimes his English is a little rough.

  • In that case I don't see the problem, my panels sidebar has an obvious large X top right to close it, or I just again press the panels button on my main toolbar, which I used to open it, to close it again!
    🙂

  • ...you're weren't talking about closing tabs or windows from the list of them displayed in the "windows" sidebar/panel...

    No, I wasn't talking about closing tabs or windows FROM that panel. 😛
    If I wanted to use the word "from", I would've.

  • But I can't seem to actually close a page in my side panel...

    ⬆ From the OP... :rolleyes:

  • Fair enough, but "is there a way to actually close/deactivate the page I've been using in that panel?" could be read as you wanting to close the tab or window by using something "in that panel"!

    Anyway, before we get into a pointless debate about how things that are written can be interpreted in different ways, if that isn't the problem either, what exactly is it?!
    🙂

  • ...but "is there a way to actually close/deactivate the page I've been using in that panel?" could be read as you wanting to close the tab or window by using something "in that panel"!

    I don't think so.

  • Anyway, before we get into a pointless debate about how things that are written can be interpreted in different ways, if that isn't the problem either, what exactly is it?!

    Global warming...

    :lol:

  • Sorry, but this thread has now become pointless and beyond a joke.
    Goodbye.
    😞

  • It booed me just now again - though a coupl'a times before it didn't... <_<
    I've no idea what's causing such - glitching?

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