I'm asking myself why that happens... In chrome there was no way to tell since all extensions where just in a popup (or a separate popup window), so active window was usually the current one, so maybe it's a recent fix in chromium 46, but I can't tell if that is the case. Or maybe just a bug in Opera.
I was searching how to that by myself and found no solution apart from grabbing page canvas and saving that, but tab must be activated to do it, so it's useless.
yea, there is no proper way to grab background (never active) tabs screenshot. We need access to already implemented tab previews
1)is there a limit for maximum number of context menu items?
documentation doesn't say anything (Opera or Google)
for anyone that is interested in this...
yes, there is limitation in chromium context menu
max number is 1000 context menu items
opera_autoupdate process is not related to an extension update. The extensions correctly update themselves also on a USB installation. If the permissions have been changed additional notification is displayed below the address bar.
I wonder this too.
Btw @vux777 your side bar extensions are really well made.
I just got info from dev's that from O31 opera:// is replaced with browser://
opera:// should still work but the DEV release may not work as expected
yea, I get that..on the hard way ツ
I switched to getRootByName in my extension
but it wasn't documented anywhere
btw. id's are not consistent...they are changed when adding new nodes (folders/bookmarks)
Chrome doesn't behave like that
BB is first child, other bookmarks is second (0 & 1). Everything else falls into those two.
In Opera other "major" roots switch their id's when something is added
I guess is chromium design
Uncaught Error: Invalid value for argument 1. Property 'maxResults': Value must not be greater than 25.
...but no mentioning in API documentation that 25 is max number :rolleyes: