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Further design updates
Some time ago we introduced a redesigned interface, with features like light and dark themes, so that your browser could be adjusted to your mood and help you focus on your browsing. Today we are furthering the R3 design with a new dropdown list for search suggestions in the address bar.
The new dropdown list is displayed over the page with an overlay mask for visual clarity. A suggested list of visited websites from your History, Bookmarks or Speed Dial includes different icons, bolded titles and parts of links, so you can easily recognize what you are looking for.
Bookmarks in the sidebar panel
We are also happy to present a brand-new look and layout for bookmarks in the sidebar panel, which is now more accessible when browsing. You can quickly and easily get back to saved websites or, if you’re not a bookmarks fan, those you frequently visit.
When you click on the heart icon in the sidebar, which opens the panel, you’ll see a layout that reflects exactly what’s in the standard Bookmarks Manager view. In this sidebar panel view, you can easily edit or delete bookmarks or folders.
We’ve fixed some issues for macOS Catalina users, such as a crash when navigating pages or maximizing a window after it’s been minimized.
- Focus issues when navigating back and forward
- Video pop-out freezes within seconds of being opened
You can see all the fixes in the changelog.
- Opera beta for Windows (Using Opera beta for Windows installer means Opera for Computers EULA is accepted)
- Opera beta for macOS
- Opera beta for Linux – deb packages
- Opera beta for Linux – RPM packages
- Opera beta for Linux – snap package