- If you click on an icon in the dock, a MacOs program starts working, or, if already running, opens a new window. Not so Opera: Opera doesn´t open a new window, when the icon in the dock gets clicked. You need to press cmd-n or »new window«. Why is it like this?
- If clicking on the red button, every window gets closed, doesn´t matter if its in the foreground (activ) or in the background (not active). Not so Opera: there is no response, if you are clicking on the red button as long as the window is »not active« or behind an other window. You have to click on the window in order to bring it in the foreground to be able to click on the red button in order to close the window. Thats a senseless non-feature in my opinion.
- If you open an external link, which is e.g. stored on the desktop, Opera opens the website in the background of an other, empty tab. So, you have to close the empty tab first in order to see the website you want to see. Thats also some kind of nonsense …
I hope these things will be changed into standard MacOs behavior soon.