@ostankin hi. Thanks for the feedback. Upgrading the toolbars to be more customizable is an on going process, and more abilities will come in time. For now, I'm moving this back to the main forum as its feedback rather than a feature request.
you should vote for this request to seamlessly integrate the scroll to top/bottom functions into the scrollbar...
I really miss the buttons as well - that was one of the best functions of the good old Opera. ❤
Although it is way harder to program an extension than a button, maybe some people can try to program an extension or ask for help in this forum to do so? Or maybe there is even a way to create some kind of generic extension or at least a template for an extensions that may be used to easily convert the button functions into extensions...?
I'm not sure if Vivaldi is up for introducing buttons again, I think the Chromium spirit is more towards extensions, even if this is a much higher bar for people to create these.
P.S.: in case you're interested in developing extensions, I started here:
and had a look at many examples I found in the web.
Edit: maybe there's even a way to link extensions with the Vivaldi commands mentioned here
@margarita In recent versions Quick Commands have been added. Not what you requested, but another way to quickly set the page zoom to a precise value without using the mouse. Also works for the User Interface Zoom. Adjusting that by fine increments can be useful to fit one more column of speed dial thumbnails on the start page. Examples after pressing F2 to open Quick Commands:
Page Zoom 115
UI Zoom 118
@cantankrus said in Use Trash Icon to Show the Clear Private Data Dialog:
Everyone has there own use case scenario.
I predominantly use the mouse and frequently delete my history.
The trash Icon seems a logical place to bring up the "Clear private data" dialog.
There is no visual clutter as the icon already exists.
The option would go under or above the Clear All option. That is the clutter I was referring too. Not really something to be concerned, just saying...
@Ayespy I don't understand why the Settings Gear button is on the (often hidden) Panel Toolbar at all. What does it have to do with panels? It would be better on the Status Bar, but one can use the Sync button as a workaround, and move that to the top with the navigation buttons.
@lebaux There again, since monitors are generally wide aspect ratio, one can tile two tabs and hide the panels until they are needed, if one puts the buttons on the address bar. The zoom slider won't work well on the panel toolbar in its default configuration. Not so bad if "Use Buttons in Range Control" is enabled. Either will work on the address bar as I have arranged it in Opera 12.18.
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Configurable Toolbars is definitely the way to go to please everyone. Quite a lot of modifications can be done already by using CSS.