Maybe the Chrome's behaviour it's possible in the future.
Anyhow, now I just need to find the setting where I can use Tab to search on a website straight from the address field instead of just using space, which might actually be better but then I have to re-learn myself to do that since I'm so used to use Tab from Chrome.
I don't understand this part.
In Chrome, I was always using the function where you can search straight on a website through the address field/URL field. All you have to do in Chrome for it to work is to go to the website, let's take IMDb for example, search for a movie and Chrome automatically added that search engine to itself without you even noticing it. Then the next time you want to search for a movie all you have to do is, in the address field write imdb and press Tab and then search for the movie, press enter and Chrome automatically search on IMDb for you.
It works in Opera as well but you have to manually add the website by right-clicking the search field on the website you want to add and choose "Create search engine..." and choose a Keyword (for IMDb the default was just a single 'i', but I chose imdb).
Then let's say you need to find out who played the Bond girl in GoldenEye you write either 'i' or 'imdb' as in my case and press Space and you are ready to search directly on IMDb without having to enter the page first. In other words you write imdb, press Space and write Goldeneye and press enter.
I hope you understand what I mean, I haven't slept very well the last couple of days and English isn't my native language. The best thing would be for you to try it out yourself. You can take IMDb.com as an example since it's such an easy site. I recommend choosing 'imdb' and not just a single letter since that could mess things up in the future.
- Enter imdb.com
- Right-click the search field and choose "Create search engine..."
- Name it whatever, I just keep it what it is since it doesn't matter at all. Choose a Keyword, this is where I recommend imdb. Press Create
- Close the website, open a new tab/window and write imdb in Operas address-field, press Space and write your favorite movie followed by enter and voila! Opera just searched on IMDb for you.
I probably overdid that didn't I? Oh well... sorry. But what I want is to change the Space to Tab. It's no real biggie but since I'm used to using Tab for this purpose (at least like 8 years if my estimation is correct) it will be really hard to try and remember to use Space each time instead.