I can only find /#stash-suggestions.
Nothing related to bookmark suggestions.
Do more on the web, with a fast and secure browser!
Download Opera browser with:
One extra click, that is all, how is that not faster and more simple ?.
I'm sorry, but I have to ask if you really believe in what you just wrote.
How is that faster and simple?
How is clicking a file, click again in the download, open and then delete it manually... how is that faster and more simple that just click on the file and choose to open it?
Now, imagine 50 zip files. On Opera 12, I just click the file, it open 7zip and in the end the tmp file was deleted.
Only 1 click required, total 50.
In Opera 22, I have to click on the file for download, click again to open the file and in the end, click again to delete.
3 clicks required, total 150.
It's not more simple, it's not faster and it's not intuitive.
All we want is the OPEN OPTION!
- The temporary_downloads directory from Presto versions wasn't cleared automatically on exiting Opera.
Well, I never deleted any file that I didn't save. Remember that we are talking about "open", not "save".
- Why do you assume other users would like to discard the files they opened instead of keeping them (in a known folder, not an obscure temp directory at Opera's profile in OSs' hidden folders)?
What are you saying?! The users should be able to choose! All we are asking is to have 3 options: Open, Save and Cancel. All possibilities are covered if the developers just add a simple option.
Its a simple thing that, for me, makes this new Opera almost unusable.
Just make an option to open the file and then the browser automatically delete it, like before! Is that so hard? Are we that dumb? The developers seems to think so...
I "fixed" most of my issues with extensions from chrome...
But there is one that is driving me crazy and might be the thing that will make me change browser: no "open" option when clicking a downloadable file. I use it 10+ timer per hour in my line of work.
Zip files, rar files, small updates, small files... now I have to "save" them and then open it... makes no sense at all.
All I wanted was the browser to open the file, save it in a temporary location and then automatically delete it.
None of them do what I want. And I'm not the only one.
Daniel Aleksandersen, designer @Opera, wrote this:
It is a design decision based on the fact that everyone have enormous amounts of storage space available. You can clean up >your Downloads folder once in a while instead of having to decide between saving and opening files.
The old Open button in legacy Opera’s Download dialog but files in a cache folder instead of the Downloads folder. This >confused the heck of many who could not find where their files were stored (because either option would store the >downloaded file on the system).
The new way is easier to use because the same thing always happen when you download a file. But some control of individual >files is taken away to achieve this.
It is a simplification of a regular task that did not need to be as complicated as it was.
Click on a file download link, let it download, and then double-click on it. Having an Open dialog would require us to have >a Save dialog too. This is not likely to change.
And some more comments about this approach and that makes life easier for users with no experience!
It makes no sense! At least, make "open" an option! Or an extension / power user...
I want to open a Zip file, extract the content and Opera automatically delete the temporary file after closing! Same to flash updates, small programs, etc.
I don't want to download, open and then navigate to folder and delete the file!
Opera is dumbing down and limiting user choices...
I searched but didn't found any solution.
Using Opera 20 and when I download, lets say, a ZIP file, in Opera 12 I was able to open the file without having to save it to a specific location. In 20, I have to save the file or cancel.
I only found "solutions" for chrome, but they dont work on Opera.
So we are all good!
So far i'm using 20 and it's a good browser (with extensions). But still have 12 installed, just in case.
I can understand if some people do not like the fact that many of the features that made Opera unique are not in this new version. But I know that the regular posters and helpers create a self defense mechanism against those obnoxious and hostile posts that some of those "presto fans" open.
I believe that if the dev team implement all those small but important features from 12 in this great 20, we would have a perfect (and still unique) browser.
I already started converting Smart Clipboard as a Chromium extension, but lost interest somewhere on the way.
Would that be an adequate replacement for Notes for you?
I just found LinkedNotes, thanks to leushino. And all I really wanted as a righ click easy access.