"Look, if you use itunes you don't know what you are doing anyway."
One very good reason not to read anything else you've written. Learn some manners. Learn some respect. Become a human being. Goodbye.
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For Safari there is an add-on "Glims". What it does, among other things, is auto-complete your search suggestions as you type in the Google box (right of address bar), amending as you continue to type.
For example : if I start typing "gl" it will complete that as "Glastonbury" which I can go -> to accept, then type "f" and I've got "Glastonbury Festival" by just typing "gl -> f ->" (-> means arrow key). In other words 5 keystrokes only.
It also lists a few complete search suggestions in a window below, plus a few actual websites that it thinks might be helpful.
Is there anything similar, either already in Opera, or available as a plug-in, add-on, or extension?
No, it doesn't. But it WAS Apple's last "grown up" OS, unlike those since which have become ever more like versions of iOS.
I have toyed with the idea of upgrading to Yosemite, but can't run any version of iTunes except iTunes 12. If you've ever seen iTunes after iTunes 10, you'll understand why some long time users don't want anything to do with it.
Fortunately I can still use the most recent versions of Firefox and Chrome. I'd hoped to use Opera, but if it can't be then so be it.
(BTW OS X 10.6.8 is still 8 years younger than Windows XP which many users still run...)
Oh yes - unusual, but it does work (sort of) : the problem is, how do you get the box to include all the bookmarks that go below the screen (i.e. you have to scroll)?; dragging the box downwards doesn't scroll the screen as you would expect.
Also, when I try to drag a selected group, only one bookmark actually moves (the one where the mouse pointer is) : how do you drag all the selected bookmarks at once?
Yes, I think I tried that, vux. The only problem is, how do you 'Select All'? I tried in icon view and it did nothing, so I confidently switched to List view, and again, it didn't seem to work there either. Does this mean I have to drag and drop my bookmarks one by one?
I've imported my bookmarks from Safari (via a roundabout route), and discovered that proper favicons are added after you visit the site in question. Now I have two questions :