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Old 14-06-18, 23:15
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Default Get Chrome extensions in Opera and Vivaldi

Although it's easy enough to get Chrome extensions in Vivaldi by going to the Chrome Web Store - that's where their extensions come from, people may not be aware that you can also get Chrome extensions in Opera. I posted about this a few years ago here, but it's slightly different now. The extension you need to have installed in Opera is this one:

Install Chrome Extensions extension - Opera add-ons

It's basically an updated version of 'Download Chrome Extension'. Once it's installed, you can get any extension from the Chrome Web Store to install in Opera. You can install extensions only. Themes are not supported.

If you want to install Opera extensions in Vivaldi, to find out how to do it have a look here:

Opera add-ons in Vivaldi ~ again - Web User Forums
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Default Re: Get Chrome extensions in Opera and Vivaldi

The developers of the extensions probably try to sell it out to all the top browsers. It could go by the same name or something similar. You can even search Google for your desired extension followed by the browser name.
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Default Re: Get Chrome extensions in Opera and Vivaldi

You should get add-ons by using each browser's extensions site. Doing a search could lead you to getting dodgy add-ons. Chrome will let you have add-ons from the Chrome Web Store only and there are specific methods for getting one browser's extensions to install on a different browser as shown in post #1.
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