I saw mention of Opera GX Mods, I think it was on Reddit, but it didn’t explain what they were. A little bit of research and I found out they were basically theme packs for OperaGX. They include animated background wallpaper, music, and browser sounds (like a sound when you click on the new tab button).
To get to these Mods, go to settings by clicking Alt+P or Ctrl+F12 or Opera menu, Settings. Scroll down in the GX section and click on the “Manage Mods” button.
There are five default mods but you have to click on the Install button to set them up first.
Then you have options to Modify the Mod. Uncheck what you don’t want like Browser sounds, Background music, and so on. You can also Enable/Disable or Remove. Options may vary from Mod to Mod.
If you don’t like the preinstalled Mods, click on the “Store” button to go to their website to download and install more Mods. Scan through the site and click on a Mod that you like.
It takes you to another screen with more information on that Mod. Click on the “Install” button. It installs and sets up automatically.
If you are the more adventurous type, try creating your own. Click on the “Create” button. It takes you to Opera GX Gaming Mods At Github for more information and resources about making your own Mods.
I installed this one called Zombie Apocalypse. The Zombies don’t walk but they sway like they are walking. The man in front raises and lowers his gun, but doesn’t actually shoot. There are Gray clouds going across the top and a mist across the bottom.
That’s basically Mods in a nutshell.
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