- ctrl+r now reloads from cache, very useful when viewing and editing source in an external program
Semi traditional setup
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.
There's also a personal addition. going between tabs ca be done with alt+1 and alt+2, handy when the cursor is focussed on a text field.
UPDATE: A shortcut for opening a new private tab (Opera 10.50 only) has been added. ctrl + alt + n
To install, simply click on the file, click OK on the warning message. Opera will then install and ask you to confirm the installation. If you are not satisfied with the new setup you can change back to the old one by going to file->preferences->advanced->shortcuts and selecting the setup of your choice. It is also possible to delete or edit the new setup there.
If you want to look at the source of the file, open it in a new tab. Whether by middle-clicking or right-clinking and selecting "Open in new tab"