@notatka To reopen two or three tabs, repeat Ctrl+Shift+T a few times. To reopen many tabs, open the Window Panel, select them in the Closed Tabs folder, right-click, and Reopen.
Reopen Selected Closed Tabs.png
This feature is so required. This feature would solve so many feature requests at once. The mark tab as important feature request, the distinguish open tabs from one other feature request. You can make it exactly like chrome and it would be more than acceptable. Also, while you are doing this, could the remove white background from favicon also be incorporated? And also one good thing will be to make the tab smaller and set its width = min(tab name, tab stack name, normal tab width). Chrome does this so beautifully with some background colors added to "Tab Groups" and resizing them exactly as the "Tab group's" name size.
This feature is so beautifully handled in chrome. When you are about to visit a url that is already open, you are presented with an option of "switch to this tab" in the address bar itself. This way of handling duplicate tabs is too clean. Vivaldi can also do the same.
@robert96757 That's a really good insight. And why remove the grid option? Just let it sit there for those who are happy with the traditional 4 tab grid layout. To enable a custom layout I think what can be done is there can be an option like "save current tiled tab layout". Just that. And then you can choose that layout later. If there are insufficent tabs to render that layout again, there can be two ways:
open startpage in the empty tabs option (start indexing the tabs as left to right and top to bottom), or
expand the tabs (if any) present in that column or row (this can be a customization option, like always expand tabs from current a) row b) column if insufficient tabs) instead of the empty tile.
Let me +1 for this.
I would also like to mention that the behavior @konoppo mentions (and I want, too)
opening the new tab from link right after the active tab
new tabs opened by the button should be opened at the end of Tab Bar
is actually default in the latest Chrome (93.0) and Firefox (91.0.2) as far as I can check on my Mac laptop. So I'm pretty sure that having more options to realize this can help smooth transition from them to Vivaldi further.
Personally it sounds that the suggested solution (1) can cover both types of users, ones who like the current behavior kept unchanged and ones who want the proposed style by setting option(s) by oneself.
@izicke Always use the File menu, Exit, then you won't have this problem. Assign a shortcut such as Ctrl+Q to exit.
If you don't want to always keep a window with lots of tabs open, save it as a session, and reopen the session when you do need it.
Settings, General, Close and Exit to enable confirmation on closing windows and/or the browser.
Very good idea.
I was trying to do it by CSS but the most you can do is color the N° 1, N°2, etc tab stacks, because there is no selector to define for example the domain of the stack:
@inanis I couldn't agree more! Tree Style Tabs is one of the greatest features in a browser. 8D
BTW: The reason why i want to switch from Firefox to another browser, is that firefox eats up tons of RAM and even eats up too much CPU power after some hours of browsing.
However, if ANY other browser supported "tree style tabs" (similar to that firefox plugin: http://piro.sakura.ne.jp/xul/_treestyletab.html.en), i'd witch from Firefox to that particular browser, faster than you can say the word "browser". 😉
Hi, thx for your reply.
Yes Bookmark Bar is ok.
Other browsers all ok: Chrome - Edge - Brave - Firefox.
I meant TAB:
Strange thing is:
If I move this Tab to a New Vivaldi Window - FavIco is ok...!
I have feeling these pics need refresh in current Vivaldi.
Is there a way to refresh pics or...?