Why, I was answerinf you, @derangedbrony. You opened the thread by saying that you couldn't find the show menu bar. And when people told you there was none, you kept asserting what the menu bar was, as if there was one. As if . . .
I have no problem with the feature being removed. It was! Indeed, I'm happy with it, gone, finis, history. I'm prefer to have the extra browser real estate, particularly when it's so simple to open the menu that even a brain-challenged person can do it by a mere touch of the alt key :))). Or alt. f. I know you can handle that. It's not too much for you.
I cannot find the "Show Menu Bar" option in the O menu
Clearly, I have had no trouble locating the only button left in the client, the O menu.
I shall try to macguyver something with the backup files. I'll post how I get on in case others have this issue, as being able to save sessions was the only reason I used Opera at all.
Clearly, I am not after the established multiplatform feature now more than a quarter century old known as the menu bar. Nobody needs to assert what the menu bar is any more than anyone needs to assert what a GUI is. Both have been quite clear for a good many years, irrespective of your opinion thereof.
I was pointing out --something I find myself forced to now do in even greater detail-- that far from asking something as assinine as the location of the only remaining button in the interface, my search was for a particular option IN that button's menu. Specifically, whether the absence of that option was the result of deliberate removal, or indicative of a client-side problem :
being rather a dramatic change to have gone unreported, I assume [the missing option] to be a bug of some kind.
I hope by now some low-wattage bulbs have come on for you, as I cannot envision dumbing this down any further. Noone is asking about your beloved O menu, nobody indicated wanting to know about desktop real-estate, and even less people indicated an interest in your opinion of being able to cram a quarter inch more porn or two whole extra lines of Dr. Seuss into your screen without the clearly devastating effort of scrolling. What moves you to reitterate which key opens the menu I specifically and repeatedly stated I am NOT looking for, is beyond me. I suppose I could return such unsollicited "help" with something trite like reminding you that geocentrism is well and truely disproven, or that Goldilocks & the Three Bears was not an autobiographical account of historical events. Utterly useless utterances akin to yours, but then I gather that was your intent?