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Opera browser - how to 'cycle in page bar order' without 'showing list'?

Posted on 2004-08-11
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how to 'cycle in page bar order' without 'showing list'?

This option isn't normally available, so how can I make it work like this?

I know about the 1 and 2 buttons that move left and right tabs respectively but I want ctrl+tab to work like this as well, but not show the list.

Thanks!
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I've read that "Ctrl+Tab" has the same function as "2" (and that "Ctrl+Alt+Tab" has the same function as "1"). I've read it many places. Just remember to open two or more tabs. I don't have the chance to test it now, but after what I've read, "Ctrl+Tab" should work.
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Never mind.
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