I knew that you won't fix the nonuniform text (some text bold, some is thin) on Settings page even after multiple reports in both Beta and Dev threads.
I frankly don't know what's going on with Opera recently. They killed Opera Mini on iOS without saying a word, Opera Touch for some stupid reason doesn't have bookmarks syncing which kills any incentive for me to use Opera on desktop, they aren't commenting or acknowledging bugs or issues, they aren't updating extensions even though its devs have updated and submitted them months ago (Bitwarden in particular) etc. I really liked Opera when I came back to it when Opera 50 was released and it felt like this is it, I can finally return to Opera after I had to ditch it after they've gone with Chromium foundation and now they are doing all these really weird decisions that aren't helping them in any way. Why, I don't have a single clue. But if they were listening to users and be more in touch with us, they'd be doing way better than they are now. And that's just a shame because I always liked Opera.