Thanks for the answers.
I get few extensions, so I just dropped in their names.
And I have a sync profile. Will backup passwords by security, never add bookmarks issues (it's more like moving my speed dials from the old ref to the new one).
That sounds weird. It definitely should work all the time.
I am unable to replicate your problem, though For me following the instructions you provided in the first post always lead to appropriate post being opened.
Can you please try a different browser or an incognito mode and maybe create a wideo showing the issue, just so that we're sure we are talking about the same thing?
Thanks in advance
If you visit the site, click on the globe or lock icon in the address bar. From there you can clear cookies, local storage (shown in the Cookies dialog) and site settings. Sorry, nothing for cache or history.
@mmichel As said in the bug report page, if a problem is already being discussed in the forums or in the blog comments, then there should already have a bug report for it and there is no need to do another one.
It's really a matter of numbers and business sense. The fact is, MOST people want new and cool rather than old and proven. And numbers drive business decisions. Vivaldi will undoubtedly fail due to the simple fact that it only appeals to a very, very small group of geeks longing for a return to the 90's-style suite. It didn't really set the world on fire then and it won't now by an even wider margin. The world of technology has moved on past the suite, dong. It is what it is. Most computing today is done on mobile devices believe it or not. I dumped my tower a few years back since I found it too confining and bought one of the first ultra-books. And even now, I find that at least half of what I do online is done on my smart phone and a tablet. Most users today do not want email clients, instead opting for web mail and social media communication. Of course there will always be room for email clients BUT they really only appeal to businesses and a very small group of consumers who are still stuck on that mode of communication. Opera is not going to develop the older mail client so don't waste your time hoping for the impossible. Mozilla cut loose Thunderbird a few years back and it's now being maintained by the public. There's no money in it. It's a losing proposition and not worth a company applying resources to its development. I'm surprised that Von Tetzchner actually believes he can be successful with this old-style suite. Perhaps that inability to looked forward to the future is why he was ultimately pushed out of Opera altogether.
I know exactly what you're saying. In old Opera I would group all my bar items into one folder per location. So I had one for home, one for work etc. I would put bookmarks in that folder and for each I would select "show on personal bar" (or something like that). I really miss this functionality, along with saving as MHT and the notes.