Hi, I think this idea is great. Currently, sessions are opened in a new window and this is inconsistent with the rest of the Vivaldi functionality, such as: notes, or introduced in the last version: calendar, mail, contacts.
Along with this idea: https://forum.vivaldi.net/topic/24257/make-sessions-editable
The session panel would be a really powerful tool
And above all, I would like the errors to be corrected: VB-46973 ("Save selected tabs as session doesn't handle pinned tabs correctly"), VB-66398 ("Saved sessions are opened with pinned tabs"). I have a few cards pinned all the time and because of these errors "Sessions" are useless to me.
I'd like this too. I'd like for my non-essential panels to be floating so as to not take up space from the main page. But not for Mail, Feed, & Calendar panels, as using floating panels make it a bit difficult to navigate.
@code3 said in Visual improvements for Downloads:
you cannot drag and drop it like a file
You mean when you have browser and File Manager side-by-side, it's possible to drag file from downloads to the File Manager?
Well, that's a very specific feature, I personally can live without it 😉
@catweazle said in Open Vivaldi's task manager in new tab:
@stardepp , would be a good improvement to open it in a new tab or in the web panel.
In Windows I use Process Explorer, its more complete as the Windows Task Manager (It's from MS itself)
Thank you for this very valuable tip😎👍🍀
@lotionexplosion I have my panels on the right, so I have moved the button to the right, after the clock, and I then moved the clock to the Navigation Bar. This must be done in that order as it is not possible to move the button after the slider if the clock is not there.
@rrrrrrrr Better than using the pane at the bottom, which may not be open, and which is far away from one's natural eyeline. After a download is finished, the details are shown there, and the text is in two lines for that field, but does not wrap for the others.
Download Information Pane.png