Increasing Opera's Speed Dial
One of the beauties of Opera is it's Speed Dial feature … a "page" containing nine slots in which you can specify websites to open at the click of the mouse. The problem, though, is that this feature (which I initially thought was silly, but grew to love) gets full pretty quickly, so nine slots does not quite do it. Especially if you have a large monitor.
(Yes, I know: Firefox now has its own version of SpeedDial.)
Any way, Remco Lanting at My.Opera.com has posted a quick method of increasing Opera's speed dial slots:
Edit speeddial.ini in your profile to add this:
What I had to do to be able to edit the speeddial.ini though, was not so easy. After closing Opera and locating speeddial.ini in my profile, I couldn't edit it in NoteTab Pro … even after I dragged it to my desktop. I finally edited it in NotePad, dragged it back, and had 20(!) Speed Dial slots available. And, as always, you can drag items to other slots.
Cheap thrills, eh? :)
Kudos to Mr. Lanting.
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