When you create a tab stack, you'll see 2 (or more) thin bars above the new tab stack. Clicking those will switch to whichever tab you'd like.
this was one of the first things, that I've tried, but it doesn't do anything. Neither in Ubuntu, nor in Win7
Not sure what you mean by "proper bookmark management", Vivaldi seems to do it's job much better than Firefox in this departament.
I may have missed something but Vivaldi does not appear to have a right-click Sort By Name feature in bookmarks.
just wondering if there is Chinese language pack for vivaldi
if there is not…. where i can start help translate them?
i don't see there is Chinese Category in this forum
I'm cracking from messages.jp. See: http://vivaldi.club/viewtopic.php?p=740450&sid=da0a45224f2ef55c912e91ef57081806#p740450
Hi, the same for me. I loved Opera, it was the best browser available, although it was targeted mostly to tech users. There is no browser with similar funcionality available now - chrome doesn't know anything, ChrOpera is slightly better but still in shadow of its predeccessor. I'll try to use the Vivaldi as much as possible, since it has already overeached functions of mentioned browsers.
Thanks for the initiative.