@Pesala Oh, thank you very much. I was searching this in setting, because I was using it in the past, but didn't find it. My problem is solved. Sorry for my words in topic, but I was stressed.
God bless you and all Vivaldi Team.
@gigel2007 Stubbornness has nothing to do with it. It is just not feasible to implement every feature request when there are so many of them (over 4,000).
CSS modification are not always complicated. I use a few that are really quite simple. It is the best solution for requests that have very few votes after many years.
It is no longer necessary to update CSS modifications with each release. In Settings, Appearance, Custom CSS Modifications, select a folder for custom CSS files.
I keep several modifications in a single file named custom.css and keep backups whenever I make any changes. I have a bookmark to vivaldi://restart to quickly test any changes.
@i-petkov This option is available in the latest snapshots
Allow disabling or reassiging the keyboard shortcut (Alt) that opens the Vivaldi menu (VB-12686)
Specs: AMD A10-6800K, 8 Gb on Win 10 64-bit •Snapshot 1.16.1206.3 (64-bit)
Hi @TheInformer , sorry for late answer. 😕
This option is available in a stable version. You can add an active tab when you open a folder in Bookmarks bar and right-click on any item. See picture below.
And yes, as @LonM said. This option is likely to be added again in next 2.5. Currently, the status of this feature is under review, so you must just wait for it 😉
@sgunhouse The OP was talking about keyboard use only. If one uses Ctrl+Left/Right to navigate text, the cursor is always at the beginning of the word, not inside it. The context menu invoked from the keyboard does not show the suggestions.