Standard Features Missing in Opera – Middle-Clicking Items in the Bookmarks Menu

Another standard feature that Opera is missing is support for middle-clicking an item in the bookmarks menu to open it in a new tab.

Firefox, Safari and Chrome all support this.

After years of waiting, Opera finally implemented right-click support for the bookmarks menu. Maybe Opera will get middle-click support some time too.

The workaround for Opera is to forget about the bookmarks menu and use the bookmarks panel (as it supports middle-click) or use ctrl + left-click or use right-click and choose "open in background tab".

3 Replies to “Standard Features Missing in Opera – Middle-Clicking Items in the Bookmarks Menu”

  1. Originally posted by anonymous:Névtelen writes:Shift+middle click and voila you can configure your middle clic That has nothing to do with middle-clicking items in the bookmarks menu though.

  2. Hamish writes:I switched from Chrome to Opera a few days ago and this is really annoying me.Also should be able to middle click a bookmarks folder to open all bookmarks in that folder.

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