@stanislavstratil I see, maybe it's a matter of different settings in your Opera's profile, e.g. opera:flags#enable-lazy-frame-loading, or other flags and switches. As I said, it can be hidden at first on some pages, when the page is loaded, but when you move your mouse down, or closer to the right edge, it should show up.
Yep, using an extension seems to be a better solution, since it offers a bit of customization right away, and may provide you with the same "look and feel" in the future, without depending on the changes in the built-in feature.
Ok, I just tested Opera 47 and it doesnt work... my bookmarks didnt even imported properly...
I will probably give up soon, cause there doesnt seem to be any solution (Recuva also didnt help), but now Im looking at https://sync.opera.com/web/ and I have there synced 12 devices, so...
Would it be somehow possible to synchronize my bookmarks to the state from older device and with this, restore also thumbnails? Do they store separate bookmarks for diferent devices? Does Sync even store thumbnails?
Yep, it costs money for Opera to mantain the service.
But that service still works.
I have there some shared bookmarks, and they are still accessible.
The service hasn't yet been closed completely. First they seem to be blocking new sharings.