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Posted : admin On 1/25/2022

Command the browser with your mouse

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Opera’s mouse gestures let you perform common browsing actions with quick, small mouse movements.

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To enable or disable mouse gestures:

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Click Advanced in the left sidebar, and click Browser.
  3. Under Shortcuts, turn on or off Enable mouse gestures.

Mouse gestures work by holding the right mouse button, moving the mouse a certain direction, then letting go of the button. With practice, navigating with the mouse can become fast and efficient.

Note: Enabling mouse gestures while using a Magic Mouse or trackpad can cause unpredictable behavior.

Navigate with mouse gestures

The following mouse gestures work when clicking the empty space of pages.

ActionGesture
Go back one pageMove left
Go forward one pageMove right
Open a new tabMove down
Reload the pageMove up, then down
Close current tabMove down, then right

Follow links with mouse gestures

The following mouse gestures work when clicking links on a page.

ActionGesture
Open a link in a background tabMove down, then up
Open a link in a new tabMove down
Open a link in a new windowShift ⇧ + Move down, holding shift

Go backward and forward through a tab’s history with rocker gestures

When you enable rocker gestures, you can navigate backwards and forwards through pages by rocking your fingers between the right and left mouse buttons. Simply click and hold one button, click the other, then release the first before releasing the second. With a little practice, you can speed through web pages with this gesture.

To enable rocker gestures:

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Click Advanced in the left sidebar, and click Browser.
  3. Under Shortcuts, turn on Enable rocker gestures.

Rock right to left to navigate backward, and left to right to navigate forward.

Note: Enabling rocker gestures while using a Magic Mouse or trackpad can cause unpredictable behavior.

Navigate faster with keyboard shortcuts

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Opera allows you to customize keyboard shortcuts for most browsing actions.

To customize your keyboard shortcuts:

  1. Go to Settings (Alt+P).
  2. Click Advanced in the left sidebar, and click Browser.
  3. Under Shortcuts, click Configure shortcuts.
  4. Hover your mouse over a command, and click Type a shortcut.
  5. Type your new shortcut.

Here’s an overview of the available keyboard shortcuts and their default keyboard combinations:

Command the browser

ActionMacWindows/Linux
Open Downloads page+J Ctrl+J
Open Extensions page+Shift ⇧+ECtrl+Shift ⇧+E
Open History page+Shift ⇧+HCtrl+H
Open local file+OCtrl+O
Focus address bar+LCtrl+L
Open Preferences (Settings) page+,Alt+P
Print current page+PCtrl+P
Quit Opera+QCtrl+Shift ⇧+X
Save a page locally+SCtrl+S
Open helpF1
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Find text on the page

ActionMacWindows/Linux
Find on page+FCtrl+F
Find next+GCtrl+G
Find previous+Shift ⇧+GCtrl+Shift ⇧+G
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Navigate pages

ActionMacWindows/Linux
Cycle forward through page elementsTab ⇥Tab ⇥
Cycle back through page elementsShift ⇧+Tab ⇥Shift ⇧+Tab ⇥
Go forward one page+Alt+
Go back one page+Alt+
Go to bottom of page+End
Go to top of page+Home
Page downSpaceSpace
Page upShift ⇧+SpaceShift ⇧+Space
Reload the current page+RCtrl+R
View current page source+UCtrl+U

Control tabs and windows

ActionMacWindows/Linux
Close current tab+WCtrl+W
Close current windowAlt+F4
Cycle forward through open tabsCtrl+Tab ⇥Ctrl+Tab ⇥
Cycle back through open tabsShift ⇧+Ctrl+Tab ⇥Shift ⇧+Ctrl+Tab ⇥
Cycle through open windows+`Alt+Tab ⇥
Minimize a window+MWindows+M
Open new tab+TCtrl+T
Open new window+NCtrl+N
Open new private window+Shift ⇧+NCtrl+Shift ⇧+N
Reopen last closed tab+Shift ⇧+TCtrl+Shift ⇧+T
Toggle tab menuCtrl+MCtrl+M
View previous active tabCtrl+`Ctrl+`

Manipulate text

ActionMacWindows/Linux
Copy+CCtrl+C
Cut+XCtrl+X
Paste+VCtrl+V
Select all+ACtrl+A
Undo+ZCtrl+Z
Redo+Shift ⇧+ZCtrl+Shift ⇧+Z

Zoom in and out

ActionMacWindows/Linux
Enter full-screen modeCtrl++FF11
Zoom in++Ctrl++
Zoom out+-Ctrl+-
Reset zoom to 100%+0Ctrl+0
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Use and configure advanced keyboard shortcuts

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Single key and alternatively-configured shortcuts are available by enabling advanced keyboard shortcuts. To do this:

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Click Advanced in the left sidebar, and click Browser.
  3. Under Shortcuts, turn on Enable advanced keyboard shortcuts.

Zoom Operating

ActionMacWindows/Linux
Cycle left through tabs11
Cycle right through tabs22
View previous tabCtrl+`
Find on page//
Go back one pageZZ
Go forward one pageXX
Zoom in+0
Zoom in more88
Zoom out-9
Zoom out more77
Reset zoom to 100%66