why is it not possible to edit the google tile ?
gugumuc last edited by leocg
i just realised that the speed dial tiles come now without the http address - very inconvenient ! Especially when one has several tiles for a newspaper, for ex. Or for Google. It is not even possible to rename these tiles !
So whenever l want to go to a specific address - which l formerly could see bc de website was shown with the tile - l have to click on "edit tile" so that l can see which link it actually is.
The former arrangement was generally much more user-friendly, in that one could determine how many tiles per line there should be, and one could change the label of the tile at will.
I am with Opera for more than 20 years now and it's the first time I am shocked and very disappointed
burnout426 Volunteer last edited by
I see that when you hover over a speed dial (tile), the tooltip on the bottom left of Opera's window hides "http" for the site's tile's address. But, it doesn't hide "https". So, if there's no "https" in the tooltip, then you can assume it's using just "http".
Or for Google. It is not even possible to rename these tiles !
Not sure what Google tile you're referring to. You have a default Google tile that you can't edit? Or, are you talking about speed dial suggestions?
The former arrangement was generally much more user-friendly
What former arrangement? What version of Opera has the behavior you like better?