Sorry I missed your reply. This was on Win7 x64, 64-bit build.
I don't recall seeing this before but I guess if Ctrl+← and Ctrl+→ are no longer in the standard keyboard shortcuts then perhaps it's no longer an issue?
You may expect really important and already announced features like email client (and sync, and drag-and-drop tabs between windows) when they are ready. Developers are working hammer and tongs on these, but no date can be predicted.
For instance, I am using the email client in its current state. It is not ready for public consumption. It is a huge and complex project equivalent in scope and scale to a web browser, and has a team of four working on it (used to be a team of two). It will be rolled out when it's ready for prime time.
Where did the keyboard shortcut for translating websites go? Did they remove it or am I just not finding it? Background is, I prefer to translate a website by hitting a keystroke and don't want auto-translation nor do I want to click the icon with the mouse.
@luetage Could be a strange extension/modding/random issue.
On that site the reader mode don't work with main profile (latest snap); but I see it on test snapshot (same version). Windows (10 1803), of course.
It works with main profile if enabled from page actions - which I think is kept as fallback method.
But then again, the icon disappear again when clicked (urlbar) and I don't see the gear icon to access reader view options/colors.
Or maybe it was just fixed
@Pesala I just found this after filing bug VB-78992 where the pin entry fields on disney+ are filled by entering numbers AND at the same time the single key shortcut is triggered.
There is also references of shortcuts triggered in edit fields, in particular in the Confluence Wiki editor but also elsewhere. Hard to reproduce these things when they happen occasionally or only when specific conditions are met. With a little luck the disney+ case is descriptive, at least here it happened every single time that I entered a number that the same thing would happen with single key shortcuts enabled.
@favincen said in Vivaldi takes tabs to the next level, literally:
TST with a narrow vertical tab bar could easilly get too narrow after some few nesting levels
Nope. Definitely not for me.
I would like to be able to get the emails without having to post because sometimes I don't have anything concrete to say but without posting I can't get the emails. After a while the blog gets so long that keeping up with the new posts becomes impossible without reading the whole thing from top to bottom. Thus the beauty of emails.
@Ayespy, I appreciate this remark, even if it comes across a little argumentative and as if against prioritizing the implementation of extensions, to which this topic is dedicated to. I don't think this was your intent.
Sync is lovely and I care about sync too (to a degree), but what I care about more is convenience and functionality, which is why I switched from Chrome to Kiwi as soon as I learned about it and from Chrome to Vivaldi on desktop earlier this month, because Chrome has been continuously and unreasonably removing the customization flags and stifling user power and convenience, and whether intentionally or not is of no matter to me because why chose anything less than the most convenient browser option in availability. So I gave up on its sync and I gave up on it being the main software in my everyday use. And I might do the same with Kiwi in favor of Vivaldi, same as might other users who want sync AND extensions, and are currently using other options.
Apologies for the lengthy nature of this reply, feel passionately on the matter.