Sync same Speed Dial on every device
quicksite last edited by
@maxdule This kind of reply is never helpful. The first rule of User Experience Design, recognized everywhere across the world, is never tell a user their request is stupid or futile or "why would you ever want to do to that?" . It is never helpful. It should be self evident yet it is not, that whenever a user posts about a request, unless it is being done as a troll or to detail a topic, it's because the user finds the requested function helpful to their workflow.
Unfortunately the people who are constantly castigating people on help forums with "why would you want to do that" or "just do it my way, my way is best" are the very ones who will never understand user experience design precepts. Psychologically, it essentially boils down to being extremely judgemental of others, and this is a negative personality trait that is extremely difficult to ever change unless the person chooses to.
maxdule last edited by
@quicksite But I suppose your reply is very helpful, arguments full and strictly related to the topic. Oh wait...
First of all, I am not member of the Opera team, nor I am related to the software in any way (has to be repeated for the slow ones obviously). I was simply explaining my point of view, and explained it in details whatsoever. So I am also a user posting about a request that conflicts with others' request. What is the rule of User Experience Design that solves this problem? And could you please explain how the sentence I find it hard to grasp that user case turned into why would you ever want to do that? in your twisted mind?
Your lousy attempt of being a psychologist is funny as well. It's nicely wrapped packet of insults with fallacies instead of arguments. It's summed in one word - projection.
quicksite last edited by quicksite
@maxdule If I have wrongly characterized your response, I apologize. I just don't understand the purpose of questioning another user's desires in using software. This was your comment I was refrering to:
@neoseo This post is about Speed Dials not Bookmarks, those are synced across devices (even android ones). So you calculus is basically crap.
Or you'are actually telling me that you change speed dials every day? That issue won't be resolved by any feature in the browser bro.
bob-dobalena last edited by
My 2 cents worth - yes sync same speed dials to every device, or have that as default
neoseo last edited by neoseo
My solution is to run the portable version of Opera and just dump the whole thing in Dropbox. Works great on fast fiber connection, but when I am the road on public wifi, it's pretty slow. I tried moving the cache outside of Dropbox, but it then i have to login to opera sync account every time I switch computers (apparently session credentials are stored in the cache).
It's a kludge, but, it syncs speed dial bookmarks - that makes me happy.
MSSS last edited by
I would also like to sync all or some speed dials... It is easy, please make this option...
JuliusCaeser last edited by
alright i have the same problem as all you guys.
But if you send the page from my flow, say your reading a website, send that website to My Flow. You can then continue from where you were. It works alight i guess
proxon last edited by leocg
Greetings from April 2023 to anyone who'll read this in the future:
Yes, the desire for "Use Synced Speeddial on this device [Yes|No]" is still here and growing strong since 2015. GX we believe in you, you will make it!
neoseo last edited by
Really surprising this hasn't been done.
Makes you wonder don't it? 9000 features that no one was asking for later, and still no Speed dial bookmark sync.
None of the hacks for this work any more.
Is this possible at all through an extension or external program? I just don't think you can get real time access to update the bookmark file to fix the sync. It would have to be after you close Opera to have a program fix the bookmark file.