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Opera 8.0 Compatible Keyboard setup (v. 1.30)

A keyboard setup that takes you back to the Opera 8.0 era, which still had most the classic shortcuts.

This setup was made by editing the standard keyboard shortcuts as shipped by Opera 10.6, so you will not miss out on modern features. Some examples of changes as compared to the modern keyboard shortcuts:

Tested with Opera version(s): 
10.6x
3
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Opera 7.5 Compatible Keyboard setup (v. 1.30)

A keyboard setup that takes you back to the Opera 7.5 era, which still had all the classic shortcuts as build up from the first Opera versions.

This setup was made by editing the standard keyboard shortcuts as shipped by Opera 10.6, so you will not miss out on modern features. Some examples of changes as compared to the modern keyboard shortcuts:

Tested with Opera version(s): 
10.6x
5
Your rating: None Average: 5 (3 votes)

Semi traditional setup

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My personal keyboard setup, a mixture of the old and the new.

This setup retains some elements from the early days of Opera, e.g. to make a new tab you press ctrl+n, to duplicate a tab, you press ctrl+shift+n. Hiding Opera in the system tray is done with the simple ctrl+h instead of the finger wrenching thing that's the present default. Showing and hiding the menu bar can be done with alt+f11.

On the other hand, since it is based on a new keyboard.ini file, there is also support for the speeddial shortcuts.

Tested with Opera version(s): 
10.10
10.50
10.6x
11
4
Your rating: None Average: 4 (4 votes)
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