For sure, this is a no-subscribing solution : I mean that when I use the example add-on, I never login anywhere.
But you add an other image source that I also find interesting : Vivaldi has two of them. Probably the four solutions could take the idea of a general image source object that can be easily copy whereever we need to set image source.
I also would also strongly to use interfacelift image ressources, and others. But downloading them is quite boring and then only occasionnaly. For myself, I found an add-on that makes what I searched a long time ago, this is Tabliss. Does Vivaldi should suggest image feeds like interfacelift, unsplash... ?
tabliss example :
@yes-aravind I tried it without having spotlight turned on. It seems that Windows will only download the latest images if you have spotlight turned on.
There are probably other programmatic ways you could get the latest images without spotlight being turned on (e.g. From bing via the Internet) , but I don't know any off the top of my head.
Instead of having another mode with a warm dimmed paper like background for the reader, I'd like to have more settings inside the readerview. For example the backgroundcolor and a background texture. Also the Fontface should be ajustable to fit every users taste. In general you could take a shorcut here if you just assign a theme for your readerview witch is only active as long as the page is inside readerview.
Like @pafflick suggested, background-size is all that needs to be changed:
@nomadic said in Optimal resolution for Window Background Image?:
@Gumballer I did a bit of investigating, and it looks like the issue is because the image is being applied as a background to cover the whole browser window instead of just the header. That is why only the top part of the image is visible.
Inspecting the header, I found it to have a height of 39px, so with a simple CSS mod as @Ornorm suggested, you can get the desired result:
background-size: 100% 39px !important;
Note: I believe 39px should be standard across all instances of Vivaldi, but if the image is slightly off, you should adjust it to the height of your header.
@pesala said in Tabbar background-size:
Still not sure about the ideal dimensions.