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  • Originally posted by rafaelluik:

    Oh. 😛

    Opera menu -> Preferences... -> Settings -> Advanced tab -> Tabs. Check the option "Open new tab next to active".

    That doesnt work.

  • When I open a tab in the background, its doesnt open next to the current tab. When I cycle through tabs, the new tab skips older tabs and isnt next to the current tab. How do I make sure that tabs opened in the background are opened next to the current tab?

  • Try the Classic Tabs extension.

  • Originally posted by rafaelluik:

    Try the Classic Tabs extension.

    Unfortunately, the extension that you suggested works only with Opera 16. I got Opera version 11.52. Do you have other suggestions?

  • Oh. 😛

    Opera menu -> Preferences... -> Settings -> Advanced tab -> Tabs. Check the option "Open new tab next to active".

  • "Doesn't work" is no useful description.

  • Originally posted by missingno:

    "Doesn't work" is no useful description.

    If you dont understand "it doesnt work" then you need to take some english classes.

  • Originally posted by taurusx5:

    If you dont understand "it doesnt work" then you need to take some english classes.

    Unfortunately, what you need can't be taught in any class.

  • Originally posted by fluxrev:

    Originally posted by taurusx5:

    If you dont understand "it doesnt work" then you need to take some english classes.

    Unfortunately, what you need can't be taught in any class.

    That made no sense.

  • Originally posted by taurusx5:

    That made no sense.

    That's because you have no class.

    If you don't understand "description" then you need to take some English classes.

    Rafaelluik gave you the right solution, or at least the only one that I know of. That works to open background tabs next to the active tab for every method that I tried (mouse gesture, middle-click on link, right-click menu) except for double-clicking on the tab bar, so you need to describe how you opened a new tab in the background that did not open next to the active tab when the right setting was used. Otherwise, no one will know what you mean by “doesn't work.”

  • Hm I thought I have posted a new reply to that topic.

    lol, people, calm down.

    Yes what missingno meant is that we need you to explain what doesn't work to us. After setting the option and middle-clicking a link, in what position does it open in the tab bar?

  • Originally posted by Pesala:

    Originally posted by taurusx5:

    That made no sense.

    That's because you have no class.

    If you don't understand "description" then you need to take some English classes.

    Otherwise, no one will know what you mean by “doesn't work.”

    No it's because visitors like you who are new to my country have never been to an English class.

    If you still don't know what "doesn't work" means, visit google, enter the word in the search bar, then click go.

    Any idiot will tell you that if a suggestion doesn't work the natural response would be that it "doesn't work."

    Next time, learn proper English before commenting with your broken grammar.

    DUHHHHHHHH !!!!!

  • Originally posted by taurusx5:

    visitors like you who are new to my country

    Where's that? Never, never land?

    Originally posted by taurusx5:

    Any idiot will tell you that if a suggestion doesn't work the natural response would be that it "doesn't work."

    An idiot would say that, but an intelligent person would explain so that almost anyone could figure out why the results are not as expected.

  • Or to be more "precise": your reply "doesn't work".

  • Originally posted by Pesala:

    Where's that? Never, never land?

    No.... It's at: Never, never can you speak English correctly in my land, land.

    Originally posted by taurusx5:

    An idiot would say that, but an intelligent person would explain so that almost anyone could figure out why the results are not as expected.

    Exactly. And obviously you failed to ask the intelligent person to explain.

    DUHHHHHHHH !!!!!!

  • Originally posted by missingno:

    Or to be more "precise": your reply "doesn't work".

    :cheers:

  • Can't wait for the purging of these forums and the ridding of these threads of such useless noise.

  • Originally posted by leushino:

    Can't wait for the purging of these forums and the ridding of these threads of such useless noise.

    I completely agree. Amen to that.

  • @taurusx5 not interested in solving the issue anymore?

  • Originally posted by rafaelluik:

    @taurusx5 not interested in solving the issue anymore?

    taurusx5 still is interested. As long as the trolls dont mess up my thread any further.

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