@vbrHave you tried --privatesession? Is something missing there what you need?
@vbr, what about disabling cookies for selected websites?
@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.
Where is the best place to post feature requests for the forum itself? For example, Id like a discussion added for equipment -- not just cameras but tripods, accessories, The Kit, and so on.
@vbr, what about grouping them in one folder in bookmarks and adding an option to open them as private tabs?...
By 'grouping' you mean stacking?And I have a question about tiling and cascading - will this also be tied to stacking as it is in Vivaldi? (not to my liking)
Thanks, this definitively would be an improvement - however, as I understand it, these wouldn't be recovered on new start of the browser, right?
Is grouping meant visually - i.e. tab stacking in Opera 12 or would it be somehow internally connected with the bookmark folders mentioned earlier?
... This could be treated more like a fourth level of settings inheritance, right now there are global settings, per site overrides and tab specific settings (these are the most important ones, overriding all other settings) with addition of sharing resources.Kind of like multiple profiles loaded into single window, but with some limitations etc. ...
You mean like here? https://thedndsanctuary.eu/index.php?board=3.0
For example, Id like a discussion added for equipment -- not just cameras but tripods, accessories, The Kit, and so on.
It ask if you want to save, open (opera saved the file in a temporary folder) or save in another directory.
Another thing from Opera that would be convenient is the question whether you really want to quit the program. It's annoying if Otter with a dozen tabs open is closed because you accidentally click the X.
And it would be convenient to have an option (like in Opera) to show the X (close button for the tab) on the main window instead of each tab. The X on the tab slows you down if you have a lot of tabs open and want to change between them as you have to aim exactly in order not to close a tab by accident.
The X on each tab can be hidden with TabBar/ShowCloseButton in about:config.
Another thing from Opera that would be convenient is the question whether you really want to quit the program.
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