I could really use this feature on desktop Vivaldi. And on mobile (Android and iOS), this feature is also very important! Firefox on Android has a feature where images are downloaded only on Wi-Fi; this feature could implement that, but take it to another level of customization with handling whether cached images are still displayed.
Without this feature, it's very difficult to capture a pixel-perfect image of the visible area. In particular, when DevTools is open with the Device toolbar screen simulation turned on.
There is a background that I don't want included in my screenshots, but only the visible part that a device sees. So it's always extra steps to copy and paste this into an image editor to remove the unwanted area.
@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:
If we accept that panel is only an anchored window into which we can have web page, basic info, then this is the user that decides what form is the best for him : i mean that he can drag an drop onto the panel tool bar for getting a panel style, or getting more free like a window instance...
This suggestion may make the problem clearer Unanchor panel / Free floating panel / Pop-up panel.
@lonm great thanks. Yes I tried and it will really open these files. thanks for clarifying. Haven't done this file>open thing in Chrome 'coz I always thought this should be something intuitive (don't blame me lol). Hope a drag and drop feature will be added to vivaldi real soon.