I have been an Opera user since 1998. I don't much care for the chromium Opera. While I've gotten use to it, I have given up waiting for a usable bookmark manager and have gone elsewhere. I've been using Outertech Linkman for the last six months. It's a stand-lone program, compatible with all browsers, imports bookmarks from IE, Firefox, Chrome and more, including the oldstyle Opera bookmark db (including folders) without a hitch (I have about 1200 entries), has very fast search and search/replace functions, use the same db with all browsers simultaneously and a bunch of other features. There is a 20+ minute online video that just covers the basics, but the program has usable out-of-the-box settings. It's free (no 30 day trial nonsense.) The $30 pro version has db sync-ing, link validating and some other stuff I don't need. IMO it is better than the old Opera panel bookmark manager, and certainly better than what we can expect (eventually) in the new Opera. I believe most browser users, maybe even Opera users, don't want or need more than the speed dial or bookmark bar functionality. I know a few people that don't even know how to set a bookmark and use the omnipresent google search bar to find their favorite sites, really, every freaking time. P.S. I'm not associated with Outertech in any way other than being a satisfied user. You might have a look. I won't drop a raw link, Google Outertech Linkman (personally I use Startpage.)
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