Can`t customize and peronalize Opera browser version 25

  • Hello, and excuse me for my not so good english. I`m using Opera version 25 stable with Windows 8.1 on desktop and onether PC with Windows 7. I just want to peronalize and cosumize some panels, toolbars and especialy to put bookmar bar one level high. I did it fine this in Firefox a few days ago but in Opera absolutly nowere see options for customizing toolbars...
    Main menu/settings-no were
    In older versions of Opera when you do right click on the toolbar on the top have one option -customize but in Opera 25 nothing like that. Its important for me because i use only Opera. In mein menu O on the left corner in Opera 25.0.1614.6 Stable have no option appearance or customize. In Setiings menu-nowere.
    To understnd me i put this link from You tu be but these things there cant be done in version 25 because have no this menus to customize.

    How to customaze Opera Web Browser

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=_iC2_m0r4PU

  • I just want to peronalize and cosumize some panels, toolbars and especialy to put bookmar bar one level high.

    Not possible atm.

  • New Opera is nothing like the old Opera, it has been built from scratch using a completely different rendering engine (based on Chromium/Blink) and is basically a completely different browser. Customising the interface in the new Opera is not possible, as are a lot of things that were possible in the old Opera. With the new Opera, it is pretty much 'what you see, is what you get'. You can add extensions to add, extend or tweak certain abilities. But that is pretty much extent you can go for customisation of the new Opera.

  • Im not a beginner user. Just my English is not good. Im using Opera a few years ago and i told you that absolutly nowere cant see options to personalize toolbars and and bookmar bar.
    Please lets somebody write me how if its possible?

  • Please lets somebody write me how if its possible?

    No, customisation is not possible.

  • All Chromium-based browsers are well-known for poor customizability.
    Anyway, customization of the browser UI is just "too geeky" for an average user.

  • Average user, average product so far.

  • I understand. Customation not possible. Best answer from linuxmint7. Worst answer from this cat tjall.

  • It wasn't answer.

    you got ur answer in first reply from @leocg

  • Indeed, he did. And you tjail and stng, did not need to add demeaning comments regarding Opera and those who choose to use it AND like it. Instead you simply thought you were being clever by giving asinine answers rather than simply responding to his question. Look... if Opera Blink is so average and designed for such average users, why do you both hang about here? Why not just go somewhere else... like a Chrome forum OR a Firefox forum?

  • Most of my posts here were questions and suggestions for the devs.

    Unfortunly all I see here is sillence.

    you can't see on what are they working on, what you can expect in future, what are priorites to implement in new versions - nothing.
    Im quite new on the forum but just realized how it works.
    Mostly It's the wall for crying, becasue most of ppl asking about giving back some old features and rest of users have to tell them truth.
    Maybe we would get any feedback from devs finally?

    All I need is simple queue things which will be added in future or not.

    Get the point @leushino I'm still giving the Blink chane but the way of one-way discussion make ppl annoyed, and almost every new forum user signing in to complain.

  • You can check in Desktop team's blog and their comments about the future development.

  • All Chromium-based browsers are well-known for poor customizability.
    Anyway, customization of the browser UI is just "too geeky" for an average user.

    No, not all Chromium based browsers lack customization abilities, I've mentioned the best one for that recently BUT, Opera is for the average user such as your grandmother or someone. Operas customization abilities is probably the least out of all the Chromium based browsers definetley not for geeks. The new Opera was created with simplicity in mind and is it's main trait, since you cant change much in it, the average user such as your grandmother can't screw anything up 🙂

  • You can check in Desktop team's blog and their comments about the future development.

    And what is there? One post a month, every time heavily criticized by users. What is most depressing is the lack of response from devs 😞 It's December already, so I guess nothing will change this year.

  • You can check in Desktop team's blog and their comments about the future development.

    And what is there? One post a month, every time heavily criticized by users. What is most depressing is the lack of response from devs It's December already, so I guess nothing will change this year.

    It is not a post per month, it is some posts per week.

  • Well the fact that the feature is present DON'T means that the people HAVE to use it ! Its that the real problem with the Opera dev team.

  • Correction. There is no problem with the developers' team. The problem lies with uneducated users who refuse to read their blogs and bring themselves up to date on what Opera has been doing for two years now and will continue to do. If you want to see some favorite feature put back into Opera, go over to the Suggestion Box and add it there... respectfully... not demanding and threatening and behaving like spoiled children. If you find the new browser does not meet your current needs, use Opera 12 and keep an eye of the new browser's development rather than rag on the developers' team. You did not pay for the browser. You did not sign any contracts for the browser. You were given free use of it along with free technical support and the company does not "owe" you anything... particularly if you make petulant demands.

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