Thanks in advance to whoever may be of help. My question is, how can I get Opera's window to match the color of Windows' color choice for windows, the taskbar, title bars, and so on? Firefox and Chrome offer this ability (to color-match their interface with the color users specify for Windows' taskbar, et cetera), but apparently Opera doesn't ... ? Opera has two themes - "light" and "dark." I don't like the current implementation of the "dark" theme, since it is actually too dark for my choice of color for the taskbar, title bars, etc., in Windows. Is there any way to enable Opera to have the same color as Windows does (when picked by the user)? If there isn't, then this should be added as a standard feature, since other browsers do this. Thanks again.
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RE: How to get Opera to match Windows' color choice ... ?Opera for Windows
Sorry to say, but that is a shame. For a browser that prides itself on being customizable, it doesn't offer a simple feature that most of its competitors offer, and have done so for years now. I'm not trying to be passive-aggressive here, but at the same time, it's like, "come on." I hope the developers see this post, and reconsider tweaking the "dark" and "light" modes so to include a "custom" mode or something like that. Thanks.