[Duplicated]Non-clickable gap above tabs
jiri70800 last edited by leocg
I haven't seen this one posted yet (unless I missed it), it's a major PITA.
Opera One is currently the only browser on the market that has a blank non-clickable space above the tabs. It's super annoying because instead of quickly moving your mouse up and hitting the edge of your screen to click, now you must precisely aim at the tab. Same with the upper left menu button.
trajic last edited by
Came here just to say how annoying it is with the new Opera One look... Now both the tab bar and the sidebar has wide paddings, which is wasting the screen estate, and also tabs need precise clicks.
Disable tab bar's top spacing when browser window is maximizedsetting is no longer working.
namero999 last edited by
I really don't know what happened to the designers here. Just upgraded to opera one and from a design standpoint there is not a single thing that makes sense. Wasteful use of space with gaps all over the place. Round corners where not necessary (they are never necessary). Extensions in sidebar now squished at the very bottom. Workspace change animation that takes half a second and break the user concentration. I'm reverting back if possible.
shadowy last edited by
I whole heartly agree with this. This non-clickable gap completely messes up with my motor skills and constantly makes me going back trying to hit the tab precisely. It's really annoying and disturbing.
Tnanman last edited by
Completely agree, the padding of a few pixels boarding the whole sides and bottom are extremely annoying as well, would love an option to turn this off before I can make it a default browser.
mcedro last edited by
Same with the new tab button. You have to work hard to click it. Just like at the beginning I thought it was a nice refresh of the interface, so now I'm skeptical about it.
andrew84 last edited by
I thought it was a nice refresh of the interface, so now I'm skeptical about it.
I was skeptical already when I first launched the 'One' version. The refreshed interface looks cool only on their promotional videos and screenshots, but the user experience suffered a lot actually.