Oops, I found another recent post covering this: https://forums.opera.com/topic/13995/escaping-minus-sign-in-user-nick-when-addressing
I spent time searching for a duplicate, but I did not scroll down long enough in the category.
If you have many tabs open, it can be better with a vertical menu. But as we now have good sidebar extensions with vertical tabs, I think they solve the problem better, although I think tab menu is a nice, easy, native alternative. Therefore I want an option to disable open tabs in tab menu.
I consider myself as power user but I never had issue with that... even with 50 tabs+. Is there even one user that really think that feature is usefull and really using it? Using it once a year doesnt count... Regular users have 1 maybe 2 tabs so why do we need that feature... Dont forget that Opera is targeting on regular users only!
Here is a little preview with folders, it's already working with all drag and drop:
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But I still have to know if people prefer just classical tabs stacking without folders.
The difference is that when I go with folders I don't want to go with tabs children route, just plain tabs and folders like in bookmarks.
Now I've worked a bit on the extension and added the following features:
Back and forward buttons
Auto refresh options by right clicking the reload button
Mobile user agent option, by right clicking the expand button (three dots)
Also a couple of bug fixes
I plan to release it soon, but before I do that it would be great if some other user could test it. It's available on github, and if you don't know how to install it you can follow the steps there.
Report bugs, issues and suggestions here, on the addons-page, or on github.
It seems to be missing all those that are currently "lacking".
Are you really sure about that?
Which ones is it missing?
to mention a few
It's either that or find a PPA with a newer version :). Here are some instructions for compiling your own, which isn't hard: http://ruario.ghost.io/2014/12/19/adding-h-264-video-support-to-opera-for-linux/
I didn't know about this feature,
It was (and is still for me, as I'm still using Opera Presto as a mail client) from the page context menu entry named “Edit site preferences”, in the “Scripting” tab, via the check box labelled “Open console on error”.
Good point, and actually that has happened me too.
Perhaps they can still do it like a normal comment preview, but surround it with a thick red border or something, that indicates that it's only a preview, and that the user hasn't posted it yet.