I enabled "Open bookmarks in new tab" but was unable to reproduce this. I tried both middle-click on a Speed Dial, and middle-click on a Bookmarks Bar bookmark. Both opened the bookmark in a background tab as expected.
1.3.501.6 (Developer Build) (32-bit) on Windows 64-bit
I ever remove extensions in extensions page, because not all etensions will be emoved completly with right click.
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After being stuck with the issue for a while I did a couple of things. First I went to Tools> Plugins in Vivaldi and checked Adobe flash was activated (it wasn't). Then I googled Adobe Flash, went to the official page, downloaded it and installed it (closed the browser before installing just to be safe) and problem solved.
You can do the same or simply check this link: https://get.adobe.com/es/flashplayer/?no_redirect
If you notice the page detects your browser as detects your browser as google chrome, you're on the right path.
I hope ithis helps you out.
The problem was fixed prior to the introduction of Chromium 52. The update to Chromium 52 appears to have broken it again, but this time, only intermittently. It is not a problem on all pages with text entry boxes, all the time. It comes and goes.
I am sure the developers will fix it AGAIN, and the Chromium Project, not caring one iota about Chromium-based browsers which are not Chrome, will doubtless break it again, as well.
Just installed the latest fast ring build of Windows 10 (due out next month). Just thought I'd report that Vivaldi is working great as usual. :)
Yes it works well on any recent W10 version. Including the new (almost) crapfree LTSB (which now is now labeled Enterprise S as the old LTSB internal name)
Short-cuts are very good (if you remember them). I think it is a questions of GUI and design. I have seen that Vivaldi like their short cuts. For a user who spends most of his time in Vivaldi you will quickly pick up most of them. From a user point of view - it is very easy to remember that I can "right click on everything", and access what I want. A few more clicks, not as fast, but I get done what I want.
Just my comments. I got no preference. But I would say the "right-click" option saves me time when I can remember the short-cut.
No, it's not currently possible to switch the direction. Scroll up to go to the previous tab, and scroll down to go to the next seems perfectly sensible to my way of thinking. RMB scrolling in Opera 12.17 is the same, so that's certainly what I would expect, though I don't use either feature (preferring to use the keyboard Ctrl + Tab)
Is it possible to reverse it in your Firefox Add-on so that you don't get confused. ;) :silly: