Celebrating a year since last review. Going for two now.
Seriously? Do you mean you have waited A YEAR?
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Another important thing (or perhaps I should say "a thing that actually is important") is how tab stacking is implemented, because I personally do NOT want to have it they way Vivaldi have implemented their so called "Tab stacking" (aka "tab hiding", because that what it really is). I would like to have it similar to the Opera 11/12 version. If some similar survey is made in the future perhaps this could be included.
And I'm suppose to copy it manually on all my systems every time when Opera Sync could do this automatically?
I think they should just use the old icon. It felt more like an 'O', the new one just looks like a malformed sort of ring. And it's obvious that people like it more, because almost every compatibility table you see where Opera is included, the old icon is used.
@asker77 and everyone else: You have to enable the canonical partners repository in order to install adobe-flashplugin. You can do everything with these three commands:
sudo add-apt-repository "deb http://archive.canonical.com/ubuntu `sed -n '/UBUNTU_CODENAME/s/.*=//p' /etc/os-release` partner" sudo apt update sudo apt install adobe-flashplugin
Then restart Opera.
The first command adds the repository. You can also do that graphically by following these instructions, but the command is easier (cred to Ruarí Ødegaard).
It used to be easy as in documentation "Search with 'General principles of manual installation' Installation of Plug-ins for Opera on Linux
That documentation is outdated.