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Lastly, give MDI mode a shot (Check- Prefs->Windows-> Heading: "All Windows"->Open Windows Inside of Opera Workspace). I know most of the old pro Opera users tend to prefer MDI mode to stand alone SDI because it doesn't clutter up your task bar (umm, right now, I have 22 pages open and the task bar is neat and tidy with one button for opera).
1. Right-click + mouse wheel scroll :: get a panel with opened windows
2. Switch between windows using several options:
2.2.  key (focus should be out of any form field)
2.3.  key for reverse order
3. Shift + click on any window tab on "Window bar" :: close window
4. Double click on "Window bar" free space :: open blank window
5. Rigth-click on any any window tab > Page :: see document properties without activating that window
I have probably forgotten something else, but I think that this list is quite enough to show the power and flexibitily of Opera. And this is only about windows management, without mentioning tons of other things...
No other browser can provide such (or even close to these) abilities to the user.
It's Opera. Period.
(FYI, the main reason I don't like MDI is have to open/close windows trying to find the one you want. I want a quick easy tab to take me there!)
Ever see thirty browser windows in cascade? Looks like a file cabinet for the obsessed! Or do I mean possessed? ;) Got luv it! Raw power... the way I llike it!