@Mattches. I think ditching the Other Bookmarks “hard” (unmoveable, undeletable) folder was a good thing. The Chrome team made a mistake when they invented Other Bookmarks. It makes a mess and causes confusion when comparing bookmarks between desktop and mobile devices. And, not to mention what goes on under the hood. The “hard” folders in Safari and Firefox, with their Bookmarks Menu, are even more confusing. Of course, they had a longer legacy to deal with.
To @nelson906 and ada111, there is a simple workaround. Move your Other Bookmarks to be the first in your Bookmarks. Yes, that means it is going to be on the left of the bar instead of the right. But I’m confident that you can handle it. Imagine that your usual supermarket moved the apples from the right side of the aisle to the left. Yes, you would be a miffed at first, but after a couple trips there, life would be fine again. And now you have the advantage that you can name that folder whatever you want to. You are no longer stuck with the rather inscrutable Other Bookmarks. Consider a very short name like simply +. Now you’ve got room to fit at least one more item in your Bookmarks bar. Nice!
Congratulations to the Brave team for not being afraid to ditch previous bad designs and move on. Trimming back to a single hard folder, and allowing everything under that be user-configurable, makes the bookmarks structure simple and sensible, with minimal cognitive overhead. Actually, you are not the first web browser to do this – Vivaldi has had this design for its whole life, I think. My congratulations are underscored by the fact that only three users (two in this thread, one in another thread) complained about the change. That is not bad!