@guigirl Right, they are, I don't deny that. But I'm happy thinking they aren't needed anymore, because you have a tree in the window panel anyway? At least that makes sense to me and I'm using it that way. Perhaps I'm wrong and you can correct me. I'm only thinking as someone who feels flat-tabs aren't overwhelmingly useful when you have a tree-like structure.
This feature is priority A for me. Unfortunate I have to use Opera as my main browser just because of this although Vivaldi is my default choice.
Workspaces with stacked tabs will be the absolute definition of tech perfection.
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Thanks. I have done that.
With the recent update breaking the CSS to move the tab bar below the bookmark bar this has become an even more critical improvement that Vivaldi needs to implement.
On the bright side I see it's been marked with In Progress! Hopefully we see it sooner rather than later, it's absolutely critical for Vivaldi getting a solid userbase of those of us incredibly frustrated by the Chrome-ifying of browsers!
For anyone interested -> there is a little workaround. You can select tabs (in this case subtabs of this stack), then right click and click "Reload tab". Unfortunately, there is a bit more clicking and no keyboard shortcuts, but better this than nothing I guess.
@npro I just updated to Vivaldi 4.0. Yes, it's now 360 pixels. A bit better, but why not to make it similar to panels? I guess we'll have to wait until Vivaldi 7.0 to get decent width for vertical tabs...
For comparison, Microsoft Edge allows vertical tabs to be resized up to ~50% of the main window. It is a mystery why Vivaldi insists on such narrow tab pane.
I woud recommend a pulsating color of the tab which have a sound, something playing and not only in stacks but also in a regular normal tab. So to be very visible which tab has something playing. Two type of tabs should be very visible, active tab and tabs with playing sounds in the background. Good suggestion! 🙂
+1, yes please. This boggles my mind because it just feels natural to open tabs from page as cloned, and new-new tabs at the end.
Tab stacks, yes, but i don't want to have only them on my first tabbar. Option should be hard to implement too, since it's easy to diffirentiate between new page and any other page.