The mouse gestures offered by Opera are basic and don't accomplish much, if anything.
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RE: Versatility and speedOpera for Windows
Versatility and speedOpera for Windows
After trying again Opera, I am impressed by its speed and look. Still, as much as I would like to switch to Opera -- I used it for a long time a few years back -- there are two features that FireFox has, that, as far as can't be found in any other browser, including Opera: A sidebar for bookmarks, history, etc that will auto hide and mouse gestures that make it possible to navigate and do a number of tasks without touching the keyboard. These to features are so important to me that I will wait until Opera catches up, if it ever does. I also find it interesting that no other browser offers these add-ons. If anyone feels that these features are available in Opera, and I just didn't try hard enough, please let me know.
Auto hide SideBar and others...Opera for Windows
I tried the newest version of Opera and was impressed. However, the one feature that has kept me on FF is the versatile sidebar feature (ad-on) where I am able to open and close the side bar on the browser displaying bookmarks etc. by hovering the mouse over the edge of the page. That is something I have not found possible in any other browser. I like Opera a lot, but the auto-open-hide feather of the sidebar is important for me. Is there a way to accomplish the same thing with Opera?
Also, as with MS Edge, I was unable to view streaming video from CBS News. I understand that CBS is behind the times when it comes to flexibility. I did install the latest Flash ver because CBS uses Flash for its website, but it did not work.
Thanks in advance,