A while ago, I wrote about Did I bookmarked this page yet?!!, which provide some workaround for the broken button (Highlight Bookmarks)... Well, this time I will introduce yet another useful trick - How to highlight ALL bookmarks that share the same domain with current tab! This trick will allow you to find all bookmarks with same domain quickly.
Do you wish that you can pick a folder when creating a new note with Copy to note command? Well, currently the Copy to note function (Ctrl+Shift+C) is very limited, & not very intuitive either... So, I decided to improve it to allow folder selection before a note is created! Here is how to do it:
OK, Kestrel got a new navigation mode called Scroll Is Pan (similar to Photoshop/PDF reader's Hand Grab function), but it's not very intuitive when first implanted into Opera 9.5... Today, I discovered they have improved this handy function & add a few possible ways for Mouse ONLY oriented user to enjoy this navigation mode with ease.
I discovered another trick after someone requested a "Merge multiple notes together" function in the forum... Not sure if it will be useful, but I'll post it here & share with you all!
Great, I help someone in the forum to create a button that I will never ever use... So, I might as well post it here for you guys who like to use the panels to view webpage for whatever reason. Personally, I only use the panels for Opera default functions - I never understand why people prefer viewing webpage with a small-screen over a big one...
Sessions Manager is a great feature, but it's suffering from immature development. Currently, we can't edit or modify session's content, it's UI is hidden deep within Menu bar, & sometime older session will overwrite the browser's current settings with an older settings...etc. Thus, I'm going to show you how to utilize your bookmarks folder to create a superior version of Sessions manager.
Once upon a time, Opera got a function that notify user with a in the Address Field if current page is bookmarked. However, this feature is removed... When Firefox 3 adopted this feature, it became one of the most popular feature! Anyway, someone revived this with a button, but it doesn't work most of the time & require Reload to get an accurate result... That's why I came up with another trick to imitate Highlight bookmark function, it's not as cool as the button, but it worked!
Sick of scrolling through a lot of tabs in order to reach the 1st unread tab located on the far-right? Is there any way to "jump" directly to the 1st tab you just opened from current tab? Well, this is possible since Kestrel B2 introduced a new close tab behavior... But, you will have to closed current tab in order to "jump" to the 1st tab you opened! So, what if you want to jump to the 1st tab, yet keep current tab opened?!! Here is a way to do just that...
Today, I'm going to share another useful trick on how to enhance Find Inline function to be more powerful! If you have no idea what's Find Inline, just press . (period) or / (slash) once when the cursor is not focus on any text field, then you can start typing to find all matched word/phrase on current page instantly! So, how do we improve this handy function?
Finally, someone created an Editor for Opera's Search Engine list, all thanks to the author of this awesome tool mikko & the translators, now there are multiple languages available! You can get this handy tool from here: http://my.opera.com/SearchEdit/blog/
Go here for SearchEdit Tutorial
Go here for SearchEdit Tutorial
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