Absolutely ridiculous. Opera is becoming worthless.
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RE: can't customize toolbar, other stuffOpera for Mac
"Navigate back" button should go all the way on the leftSuggestions and feature requests
When the browser is maximized, the button for navigating back, should be able to be clicked, when your mouse is all the way to the left on the screen (any button that happens to be on the left, should have this functionality).
This way, you don't have to hit it exactly with your mouse, but can just move all the way to the left on the screen, and still click the button.
I know there's an option, to make tabs able to be clicked, when having the pointer all the way at the top. This is basically the same situation, just with a button on the left.
[Moved to Suggestion Box]
RE: Home button?Opera for Windows
Opera doesn't even has a home page, so having a home button has no meaning.
Nonsense. Opera does have a homepage. Some of you just are confused about what a homepage is. In the settings it has "Open a specific page or set of pages". This may not have been named home page, but that's what it is.
It's common sense, that if I have chosen that setting, then of course I want a button that takes me to that page, but even more importantly, I want that page to open, when I open a new tab.
It is a senseless trend, that a new tab, doesn't by default open the same page, that you set to open with browser startup. But what's worse, is that this option doesn't even exist. It's something you need an extension for.
Browser have gone a completely wrong way. Instead of adapting to how the users want to browse, they now have started to dictate how the user should browse.
You could argue that with the Speed Dial functionality, a homepage is redundant...
No, you couldn't.
First of all, that would require an extra click, to get to your desired homepage.
Second of all, some people have no interest in the speed dial, in any kind of way. It has nothing, that I desire as my homepage, start page, new tab page, etc.