I like this idea a lot. I'd love to bind Shift+Left click trigger "Open Link" and Left click to "Open Link in New Tab" (instead of its current behaviour of "open in same or new tab depending on the link").
Is it all sites, and what do you mean by "blocks the site from opening" ?
Are you sure it isn't protecting you from bad web sites, because you can disable "Google Phishing and Malware protection" in the privacy section of the settings, but you probably should not !
If you insist on disabling it, I would advise a second opinion from an AV extension that will do the same job.
Take your pick.
I would recommend having the power of VirusTotal automatically scan anything you download.
@maxtao No one voted for this feature request yet, so don't hold your breath waiting for it. There are about 2,000 feature requests. If a feature is currently being worked on, it will be tagged as In Progress. Otherwise, you won't hear any news.
@hyfrehyfre The original menu is for tabs, so it wouldn't be possible to just "move" it to the context menu. It would be possible to do this via a mod or an extension, I suspect, if you want to ask someone in those sub-forums to help.
@Pesala Yes, dropping the link on the tab of the tile is the only way to do this
However, as a user of the really old Firefox (pre-57) TileTabs, I really love the ability to just drop the link anywhere in the page to be replaced. It is VERY much faster than finding the tab for the tile, especially as I prefer to use CLOSED accordion tabs at all times.
Regarding super-drag-n-drop, I think I voted for that one too, but that request has a ton of features that are just not part of my workflow, nor is this request an explicit part of it. I will re-read it to be sure. (Update: that one is all about opening stuff in new panes. Not at all like this one)
This one is clean and simple: (Note also, this is FireFox's normal behavior)
If a user drops a link (or shortcut) anywhere in a pane, then load the link in the pane that got the drop. Done.
@padu The message does not apply to feature requests, but is a generic message to reduce necro-posting. If I remember rightly it shows up if a thread has had no replies for more than six months. Extending that to a year would not help. Some feature requests are more than two years old already.
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This is a neat feature, however I'm currently not that happy about it. If I google something, I want to have most of the links opened not in a tab stack, but in a separate Tab. So, I'd like to have the option "Open Link in Tab Stack if target is on same domain". That would be really neat. Or at least have the option to open Links outside of the Tabstack, if TabStackOpening is enabled.
@guigirl @Ornorm I just installed Circle Mouse Gestures, and you can actually do this with the help of that extension.
Ensure you have "Open Tabs in Current Tab Stack" enabled under Settings>Tabs>Tab Stack Options. This way when you open a link in a new tab in Vivaldi, it stays in the stack. Now, if you want it to open outside of the stack, that is where Circle Mouse Gestures comes in. Just hold down right click on the link you want to open outside the stack, and using the extensions' menu select "Background Tab". Not a native solution, but I just came across it by chance after reading anotther, unrelated thread, and trying out the mentioned extension, and had just read this post prior.
This is implemented in Vivaldi, but slightly differently.
@kusokuzeshiki said in Command to Open a Link in a New Window:
On Chrome, I can do this by clicking a link while pressing shift.
Try doing that in Vivaldi but press and hold both CTRL & SHIFT.
Does that meet your needs?