General Opera One Tabs, Tab Islands and Workspaces Feedback Topic
Hexenschuss last edited by
Seems like they read and listen this topic, not commonly seen nowadays... One bug fixed, zillions to go!
...although I would argue that favicons shouldn't overlap the separator
The suggested piece of Opera One code may look like this:
faviconDisplayWindowSize = ...; // calculate the visible part of the favicon faviconDisplayWindowSize--; // <-- my humble suggestion ;)
The tabs are rendered in a completely illegible manner, with transparency and overlap, and without any cropping of favicons.
It completely ruined any remaining accessibility - please compare current version from Opera One vs. Opera GX. I admit I have a lot of tabs open, but they were distinguishable from each other previously, while right now it's a mess.
Why don't you test your soft on edge cases, instead you choose to go the safe path with only 3 tabs opened, with a full-screen window, and claim success afterwards?
Hope this cancer from O.O doesn't reach O.GX. If so, I honestly admit I will have to switch to Edge.
wladthemlat last edited by
I want to be able to close the island with a middle click like a normal tab.
If I open a few new pages from a single source (thus creating an island) I often want to get rid of them after I am done with whatever lead to them being open. I don't want to focus on the context menu and search for the close button (which could at least have an X icon so I don't have to read the options as I don't see that good)..
I want to quickly middle click on the colored bar of the island and presto, tabs and island gone.
lehuspohus last edited by leocg
@weirdtuned Totally agreed!
This "island" update is worst change since moving to Chromium engine.
Even Lucid mode fail has been quickly fixed after feedback..
I don't know what the Opera dev team was thinking when they added these "islands" to the main content area?
So my suggestion to Opera team: if you so thirsty and wanna add tab islands, add Tabs islands only. With option to completely disable this feature, not just to "automatically create tab islands".
Leave all other areas untouched.
We do not need content-island, bookmark-island or any other "island" on other places..
And what is is? Just ridicilous
supasnoop last edited by
@leocg I did disable it in Settings when my tabs were still open. It did nothing. Had to close all of them, clear the browser data, then restart the browser to actually get rid of the islands. I don't like islands or animations being on by default for updates or fresh installs.
abstractelk last edited by
Before the update when using touch screen I used to be able to tap a tab for the "x" to appear so I could close a tab. Now I have to hover over tab with mouse or trackpad to get the "x" to show up. Can this be fixed so I can easily close tabs while using touch screen?
wipo9476 last edited by wipo9476
Sometimes I close the new island feature by mistake while a video is playing so it's a little bit harder to find which one of them, espacially if you have a lot of tabs and islands.
Here is an example I did!
Adding it would be awesome.
Devids10 last edited by
Bring back the quickmenu button that was next to the search bar and the refresh button. It was such a good button, bring it back!
And secondly make on the tabs "x" button larger, because right now it is a pain to close the tabs with such a little "x"!
Olaf-Dun last edited by
Tab management is a disaster. I feel like someone came to my desk unasked and made a mess out of it. Why couldn't this have been an option for those who are interested? I was working on something with many tabs open, you wrecked it for me.
verbatimnew last edited by
The browser can no longer be used properly in touch mode. where is the "x" to close the tabs?