This page provides explanations for several common commands used for customising Opera 7. See EditingINIFiles for more information on their usage. A complete list of all actions can be found at AllActions.
These commands to turn on/off various bits of the UI look as follows:
View main bar,X View address bar,X View page bar,X View navigation bar,X View status bar,X View personal bar,X View hotlist,X Enable menu bar | Disable menu bar Enable scroll bars | Disable scroll bars
The X means:
0 = off 1 = left 2 = top 3 = right 4 = bottom 6 = default location (7 in Opera 7.x)
The other states are only applicable to special toolbars:
5 = floating
This only works with the Hotlist, and
6 = auto (Opera 7 only)
This only works with the site navigationbar (<link>bar).
So, for example to make fullscreen mode show the address bar, personal bar and scrollbars, use:
Leave fullscreen | Enter fullscreen & View address bar,7 & Enable scroll bars & View page bar,7
Another example, if you want to add on/off toggles to your menu, use:
Item, 148440 = View hotlist, 0,,, Blank | View hotlist, 7,,, Blank Item, 145550 = View main bar, 0,,, Blank | View main bar, 7,,, Blank Item, 145570 = View status bar, 0,,, Blank | View status bar, 7,,, Blank Item, 170210 = View page bar, 0,,, Blank | View page bar, 7,,, Blank Item, 150740 = View address bar, 0,,, Blank | View address bar, 7,,, Blank Item, 67400 = View navigation bar, 0,,, Blank | View navigation bar, 6,,, Blank Item, 170510 = View personal bar, 0,,, Blank | View personal bar, 7,,, Blank
(The blank image is used in this case to prevent any other images from taking over.)
When you close a page (tab) in Opera, the last active tab is reactivated. Some users prefer that the next/previous tab in the tab order is activated. If you want this to happen use:
Close page & Switch to next page
To move to the next page (tab).
Close page & Switch to previous page
To move to the previous page (tab).
See EditingINIFiles for a tutorial on how to do this.