Go to Settings and choose Opera to continue from where you left off, instead of opening Start Page. By choosing that option, Opera will open any pinned tabs that were pinned when you left the browser (and it will also open any normal tabs that were open when you quit the browser).
Latest posts made by rafaeljvieira
RE: Opera 23 not saving pined tabs in Windows 8.1Opera for Windows
RE: URL History arrow missingOpera for Windows
When Opera moved from Presto (their own engine) to Blink (Chromium's engine), the browser was rewritten from scratch. More info here, specially:
"When we took the decision to switch to Chromium, compatibility was one reason — but most importantly, we wanted to spend our time on browser innovation, rather than competing on building a rendering engine. We had a deep look at Opera’s internal architecture and it soon became clear that Quick, the cross-platform UI framework we’d introduced back in 2003, was so entangled with Presto’s code that just swapping Presto with Chromium was far from a straightforward task."
RE: We need a poll, to allow the devs to better understand the expectations of their users.Opera for Windows
Opera Devs have been relying on info voluntarily provided anonymously by (some of) its users to improve its browser. That was one of the reasons why bookmarks were not implemented in Opera 15, as you can find here: http://blogs.opera.com/desktop/2013/07/ctrl-z-of-ctrl-d/
"Since 2007 we’ve been asking randomly-selected people if we could anonymously collect information from their Opera install (via opera:config#UserPrefs|EnableUsageStatistics) so we could see the features they use. Some of these users have volunteered to give us this data since 2007.
Based on the group of 100,000+ users, we saw that more than 90% of our users never actually added a single bookmark to the ones shipped with Opera."
Hopefully, Opera Software will continue on listening to their user base feedback and improve their products not only, but also according to the feedback provided.
RE: How to delete speed dialOpera for Windows
Sorry to inform you, but with Opera's move to webkit last year, the browser was rewritten from scratch and several features were not (yet) implemented.
- It's not possible to delete Speed Dial.
- opera:settings is all there is. You may, however, activate Power User Settings, by entering the Konami code in the settings menu (↑↑↓↓←→←→BA [notice: you might want to remove focus from the search field before entering this code]), which will make a few more settings available, but nothing compared to the good old opera:config.
- You have Google Search on Speed Dial, other than that you have to search using the address bar (a.k.a. omnibar).
- Skins were replaced by themes. Check opera:themes and https://addons.opera.com/themes/ . Themes are basically background images. It won't change the browser's skin.
So... yeah. What you want is Opera Presto.
P.s.: I believe leushino does not work for Opera Software and neither do I.
RE: Also a real bookmarks menu would be nice.Opera for Windows
Meanwhile, you might want to check this thread: https://forums.opera.com/topic/4350/rip-stash-and-long-live-bookmarks
Opera 25, currently in alpha stream, brings an experimental bookmarks menu. It can (and will) be improved, but it's definitely a solid foundation for the future.
RE: how to revert to last working verson?Opera for Windows
Keep in mind that Opera Presto will not receive content updates, only security updates, if needed.
RE: how do i remove the google search bar from the speed dial?Opera for Windows
You can simply right click on the search field of the search engines you want to add and choose "Create Search Engine". You can then add a keyword to that search engine. If you do that, the URL should be correct by default.
RE: Opera 23 Tools Menu MissingOpera for Mac
On Mac, simply go to View -> Show Extensions (or press Shift ⇧ + Command ⌘ + E). This will show you a list of all your extensions. You can then disable the extension or completely remove it (by pressing the cross on the upper right corner).
RE: General ChatLounge
(rafael in another thread)
Trying to learn German. Not the wisest idea.
Maybe I could help with some advice or like that.
I used to learn it as a second foreign language.
I am following this course and also practicing on Memrise and Duolingo.
Being Portuguese and all, I'm used to a difficult grammar and having studied Na'vi for fun I'm also used to the cases. At the moment, my main issue with German is... the exceptions. Why do they exist? It would be a lot simpler if they didn't.
RE: What are you doing on the Net right about now? :)Lounge
Trying to learn German. Not the wisest idea.