There's info on this here: https://developer.chrome.com/apps/tags/webview#method-find
And it may be possible that one of the webkit css extensions will help, but I had a look and none stand out to me: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/Webkit_Extensions
@pafflick said in Unread forum message highlight:
@beemer I'm sorry, I've opened the page you've linked in MS Edge and I don't see any list items with bold text. Do I have to be logged in to see those unread messages?
Oh dear! you are correct. Normally I'm logged in all the time when using Chrome browser and I had not yet logged in using Vivaldi.
All is working now.
More or less the same request, but framed in the sense of housekeeping issues.
So my sessions will contain cruft (unused tabs) maybe 40 out of 120 pages. And it becomes worse after more tabs are added. At certain point I start creating new tab where I had an old one and so on. And more tabs makes finding the active tab also more complicating (different bug)
You can say this a end-user failure (it might be). However it would be nice to have some incentive & tool to clean up number of open tabs. It's to some extend self-inflected pain by session restoring. Which stops forcing people to 'actively' check tabs. And bookmarking the relevant ones. And you become lazy and such with tab management.
Less tabs would improve performance too (without perf tweaking). Speed drops surely noticeable after 120 tabs. Even if those tabs only restored from session and not 'activated' - reloaded - the still causing a lag. So simply the presence of session tabs will cause perf issues.
There perspectives. At the on hand duplicates to the same domain. But well, not always that helpful. I open tend to open every link in a new tab. And well, Wikipedia has lots of links. So saying you have multiple tabs to Wikipedia isn't helpful. Next comes exact path, but that less likely. But having tab pointing the text page. Can happen, but how common?
There are instances where I accidently open webmail in a new tab. Maybe I should pin that on to top. Anyhow the filter duplicates so be fine grained; ideally somehow configurable. So explicitly saying: look for tabs pointing to gmail.com. So user defined.
Another request would tool tracking unused tabs. To prevent clogging. Say al tool showing tabs not access anymore in say last 4-7 days. Which pretty obvious indicator it became irrelevant. With option to quickly close those or move them to say bookmarks.
Blinking tabs as indicator for duplicate isn't my preference, though. There must be some alternative. One problem: someone with epilepsy might have problem with that.
Honestly, I couldn't say whether I had watched something in full-screen mode; but it's definitely something I couldn't rule out.
And I have to add, that I'm kind of a tab addict, e.g. currently 103 tabs open (some stacked). Boy, that sounds so wrong :). But it's awesome that it handles these quantities so well.
But yes, it could have been a full-screen video.
Speaking of full-screen: another observation I made: sometimes after full-screen the browser window expands ALL the way to the bottom, covering the Win7 taskbar. No biggie, just an observation I made 2 or 3 times.