@mib2berlin Yes, Vivaldi does the two things already; I was just context-setting. The Feature Request is only for flashing/displaying (on the Notes panel icon) the number of notes added which bear the same url address as that of the current active tab/page. 🙂
@Ayespy Hi, my comment wasn't specific to container features. It was against the notion that only handful of the user are using this. Firefox is the prime example of it, they started removing the features following the footsteps of chrome, be it legacy addons or adding their own bloatware. As a result they lost hard-core users with an idea of privacy and the control of the customization and on top of that they were failed to get onboard new users. Outside of browser IBM and Kodak and many others had the same faith.
I want to reiterate every voice matters, in every industry.
Ok, I came back to show that I'd found it. I was looking at the Quick Command settings, but these are for the Ctrl+E thing, which I tend not to use.
What you need is the Address Bar settings. Disable Address Auto-Complete, here:
And search is now the first thing that will happen when you hit enter. The history and bookmarks still show below if you need them.
@HectorB said in Download Prompt with Download Again Prompt for PC:
@pauloaguia, I've been intensively using other browser where this feature is implemented. It distinguishes files from different sites, I'm positive it's not that difficult for code.
So I give you my word: such functionality is extremely handy.
I never said it was hard to implement. I know what to be on the lookout for. I merely pointed it out as something to be taken in consideration when someone does implement it...
@Pesala said in Side Panel Icons' Heights Should Be Greedily Taller:
If the full height of the viewport was used, it would significantly increase the amount of mouse-movement required.
This. It would be a very bad UI design. Inefficient.
@greybeard What you describe is the way Firefox and Pale Moon (Firefox fork) work -- if you select the option to "always ask when downloading", it opens the dialog box to allow you to select the name and directory/location, but the starting location is where you last saved a download from that domain.
This is the roadblock for me to use Vivaldi exclusively. I have 120 tabs open in Vivaldi (lots of web development) and another 40 tabs in Pale Moon for downloads.
There are also ways to "more easily" restore JXL support in chromium-based browsers.
See here to know what Thorium used to re-enable JXL support : https://github.com/Alex313031/thorium-libjxl (BSD license).
Or here for another patch (which I don't really know the license - if any): https://github.com/OpenMandrivaAssociation/chromium-browser-stable/blob/master/chromium-restore-jpeg-xl-support.patch .
This is a definite need for those of us exclusively using the side panel for tab management. There is currently no way to access synced tabs without "wasting" screen space by leaving the unused tab bar enabled.
Lack of visibility in the Window Panel also hinders feature discoverability, as I had to go online and search for how to use synced tabs since they are not surfaced in the UI with the tab bar disabled.