Is it somehow possible to mark several bookmarks to be opened as a group?Maybe via a marker set by right-click or in bookmarks manager.
Is it somehow possible to mark several bookmarks to be opened as a group?
,only with confirmation, please! I once accidentally opened all of my Opera bookmarks... The only sensible solution is to quit the program immediately.
Quote from: py-thon on 2015-05-10, 17:49:59 ,only with confirmation, please! I once accidentally opened all of my Opera bookmarks... The only sensible solution is to quit the program immediately.There's WarnOpenBookmarkFolder in about:config and it works for me. Doesn't it work for you?
Doesn't it work for you?
Quote from: ersi on 2015-05-10, 20:30:41Doesn't it work for you?It probably does, I never tried. According to your and rincewind's posts it is not possible to open multiple bookmarks so it didn't come to my mind that there might already be a warning against doing what as yet cannot be done.
@florian17, [...] Do you mean remaining time as window title, which in turn was shown there?
@ersi, when grouping will become available then we could consider "private groups", having cookie jar set per group, the same way like is currently done for opening new tabs from private one, they share single, private cookie jar.
It would be great to switch the browser engine while running Otter browser! So that you could easily view a page rendered be different web enginges (first using the default renderer, then witch to another one, maybe to another version etc.).This is useful 1. If a pager isn't rendered correctly in a special browser engine and2. This is especially useful for web developers who could easily test pages using different engines!This would be a quite nice feature, right??Or is this possible right now? As far as I know, the browser engine can be chosen (webkit or blink) at compile time, right?
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