I'm not a programmer, but I've got an acute feeling that this is probably an amazing job! Thank you so much.
Your "changed(2)" codes, together with some other mods, are used for my Vivaldi UI, which now looks as follows (minimize button hovered):
By pure guesswork on my own, the codes are modified to display a red background for the CLOSE button.
It's noticed that the width of the CLOSE button in the maximized window is always 5px narrower than whatever the width value is set in the codes. But that's quite all right for me. Width is normal in a shrinked window, though.
To keep the dragging function of the header, the min-height property of the header is set to 1px.
Thank you again.
In order to move down the Vivaldi button and the window control buttons to the Address bar, one may wonder why I don't just select "Vivaldi Button" from the Settings. I can't because of a mod I use to place the Tab bar below the Bookmark bar. See https://forum.vivaldi.net/post/507175
That mod is intened to do the job when horizontal menu is used. If I select "Vivaldi Button", although the horizontal menu will disappear as expected, the Vivaldi button and the widow control buttons will remain on the still exsistent header (I mean the Menu bar)... above the Address bar. That's no good.
I'm really glad that your mod solves the problem.
By the way, there is another mod that moves the Tab bar below the Address bar to which it also moves both the Vivaldi button and the window control buttons. See https://forum.vivaldi.net/post/490714
But that mod has a drawback:"No pop-up from the Address bar can appear." For instance, when you click the Vivaldi 5.0 Download button or the "hide extension" toggle, nothing happens. So I don't use that mod.
@treego yep, that is the way I do it too... I have a Speed Dial "inbox" in the bookmark bar, but still, a context menu entry "add bookmark to speed dial" is missing.
Would help to bring the speed dial a bit more to the centre and integrate it better in daily bookmark tasks ..... alien
I also want this feature. You have to click anyway the + button to open the tab and later move the mouse to address bar with right button and click paste and go.
So if you have to click anyway the + button this function will save a lot of time.
With this feature: go to + button and only 1 click with right button
Without the feature: go to + button and 1 click with left button, move to address bar, 1 click with right button, find the option on menu, click with left button.
@gigel2007 Stubbornness has nothing to do with it. It is just not feasible to implement every feature request when there are so many of them (over 4,000).
CSS modification are not always complicated. I use a few that are really quite simple. It is the best solution for requests that have very few votes after many years.
It is no longer necessary to update CSS modifications with each release. In Settings, Appearance, Custom CSS Modifications, select a folder for custom CSS files.
I keep several modifications in a single file named custom.css and keep backups whenever I make any changes. I have a bookmark to vivaldi://restart to quickly test any changes.
New Tab can be left at default in this case.
To open internal service pages like "Extensions" also as last tab, add additional row with string "extensions" = Always last
and similarly for other internal pages
Sorry for reviving an old topic, but this would be really useful. Maybe another option would be a button to toggle the "Auto-Close Inactive Panel" option, instead of floating and non-floating. The only downside to this is that it wil overlap part of the page, so I can see why the floating/non-floating mode would perhaps be better.
Usually when opening a panel, I just need to quickly read something and prefer it closing when clicking outside of it. But sometimes I would prefer the panel to stay open until I manually close it. A "pin" button would make this a lot easier and quicker.
@lionb I renamed the thread title for clarity and moved it, as it's not about tabs.
I could not find any other application that behaves in this way. I think it might lead to users accidentally restoring or moving the window when they are trying to use the menu.
@luetage In all honesty, I only suggested watched topics because, as of now, that seems more accessible than bookmarking a topic, in my opinion. Bookmarking something is after all hidden away in that easy to forget 3 dot menu. For this same reason I had completely forgotten that bookmarks even existed.
@healing_cross said in Floating panel switch on panel's toolbar:
@dannyromano This is the feature I would like to request, too. Just as you can have a specific width for any panel, it would certainly be great to have a choice, if you like it fixed for floating. As in Opera I would prefer to have Messenger or WhatsApp in a floating panel, there are some cases where I would prefer to have it open and next to the window open.
The feature request is here: https://forum.vivaldi.net/topic/28387/set-floating-option-for-each-panel/14
Please up-vote it if you haven't already.
An alternative solution is to get paradoxically more usefullness than only occasionally new tab clicking. I suggest to use its image to improve visibility of the selected tab which is interesting when tabs are a lot and shrunk for instance.
More, currently, the plus icon is the only way to create a new tab with a drag-dropped tab from another browser.