Let me illustrate this with pics, with sort by LIST:
if Filter by store.steampowered.com > Select all > Delete, Vivaldi will delete every DAY's history with matched entry:
To delete ONLY the matched result/entries, one must deselect all DAY entry after Select all command, before execute Delete:
IMHO compare this to sort by Month method, it's actually much more troublesome & more likely to delete full DAY of history by mistake. I'm not sure if this is by design behavior or a bug, & what's the advantage of such behavior in practical usage as a "feature".
I hope Vivaldi dev will revise & improve this behavior if they read this post.
@Pesala I reopened my [Settings > Tabs] tab. There's indeed a general New Tab Position setting, and a Cloned Tab Postion setting:
I agree that the option to make Back-opened tab open to the left should not exist as one more option in the "New Tab Position" selector, but rather as a tick box, named for instance "Tabs opened from the Previous or Rewind buttons should be placed left of the active Tab".
This box could be placed either in the "Tab Handling" column, or in its own special column, which could be named, for instance, "More Tab Position Options", or "History-related Tab Position Options".
@dude99 said in Replace Context Menu Back & Forward items with Tab History:
The context menu is too crowded, here is one idea to simplify it: Replace both Back & Forward entries with a Tab History submenu. User still can accomplish same result with just 2 clicks!
Bold text for current entry.
BACK - Older history on top of current entry.
FORWARD - Newer history on bottom of current entry.
I totally agree. I had the tab history in right click menu in the opera days. It was great !!!
How to remove all searches from ALL websites not just search engines/browsers.
How to remove all your old searches that keep popping up on ALL websites you visit. This is not just search engines/browsers like Google, Bing, etc because they all have a "clear browsing history" so this is not for that simple fix this simple fix is to remove past searches from popping up on any/all websites you visit and using in their search bars.
Open Control Panel + Internet Options + General
In General see; Browsing history then click on Delete (Temporary Internet Files, Cookies, and saved passwords and web form information).
I use Chrome only and doing this did not remove my pc's saved passwords but it did remove my past searches from popping up on any/all websites i'd visit in their search bars..
I have (the awful, obtrusive, and annoying) Windows 10.
I also think this is necessary. Perhaps this thread explains it better, but basically what this request means and what I would like to have is the equivalent of the "Open other tabs next to current one - Change opening order" setting on Firefox with TabMixPlus.
Say I have the tabs [a][b][c][d]; [b] and [c] was opened from [a] five minutes (or an hour) ago, so they are related, but I did other things and changed tabs after that. Now if I open new tabs from [a] in succession, I would get the following on Firefox:
With Vivaldi's default option ("After related tabs"), however, I get the following:
I find this unintuitive because in my mind [a], [b], [c] are no longer related; I don't remember which tab was opened from what previously, and there isn't any visual indication that they are grouped this way either. When I open a new tab from [a], I expect it to be next to it, so I can Ctrl+Tab to it immediately. But with the default behavior, not only it is not next to it, but I have no idea where it will end up and how many times I will have to Ctrl+Tab to reach it. Will it open after [a]? After [b]? After [c]? Were they related? Who knows?
To imitate TabMixPlus's option, I just select the "After Active Tab" option, and click on them in the reverse order (,,) to open them in the actual order I want. This is what I did on old Opera as well, however, I wish there was on option to replicate TabMixPlus's behavior on Vivaldi. I think that would be much more intuitive than the current implementation of "After related tabs". And if that option will be retained as is, I think some visual indication is necessary; e.g. I think Internet Explorer used to color tabs to indicate that they are related. In its current form, it just leads to unpredictable and confusing behavior: it is hard to guess where the new tab will end up.
Hey! Grande nosophorus!
Seu nome está definitivamente associado ao site da NASA. O problema era causado pelo provedor de acesso que bloqueava uma porta. Lembro bem.
A antiga comunidade mudou de nome e lugar. A Sincronização do Vivaldi entrou na fase de teste público. Ainda tem o M3, testado internamente e Mobile.
Sua gramática continua impecável, e fiquei com saudades daquele tempos.
Valeu pelo Link e sempre que precisar, estamos por aqui.
PS: notou que estou usando letras maiúsculas? :p