I pinned the address of my local butterfly terminal. Doing front-end dev nowadays usually involves a shell running webpack dev server or the like in the background. It's nice to have access to that from the browser too.
Also want to point out that web panel isn't just great for websites, it's pretty dope with extensions too. I have Tabs Outliner and Search Plus, huge productivity boost and I don't need the tabbar anymore.
Hello Vivaldi-team, thank you for more than two years of your hard work! Without you I would have to stick around with Chrome or Firefox all the time. shudder
However, I miss a behaviour: I have set "gesture right" as scroll to bottom and "gesture left" as scroll to top. Most of the time it works perfectly well but there are some pages that embed a frame of some kind. When performing the gesture above that area I'd like to scroll its content instead the page that area is embedded in. Would it be possible to make an option for that? Thanks and happy coding!
Its a must. but i HATE the mobile view since then most extensions for chrome/vivaldi don't work. So i switch them to desktop view and for facebook i use social fixer and removes the sidebars on desktop view and bam i can use social fixer features as hide posts i have seen already or other things. Only need support for notifications on the vivaldi web panel icons now . and on twitter i still use mobile view. not that found off it but it is okay. So love this ideas keep them coming is all i have to say.
my English skills are much too poor to phrase an reply to your elaborated hym for the "believers" of individuality and non-conformism.
For me the Vivaldi experience is like sitting in a time-machine putting me back when the internet was in his childhood and new ideas were coming and going every day. The opera idea turned out to be a mindset meant to stay!
Thanks to everybody at Vivaldi for your hard and fruitful work. Being part of the heart to it must be a wonderful experience for every imaginative and creative developer.
Cool ride, me thinks.
Hm, that's a fun (and weird) feature. Unfortunately, the user interface isn't quite there yet. I've got 15 hue lights at home, and 6 of these were found. And then all represented in the Settings with the name of a different light (though in the correct room). So it's nice that you can easily see which light you select