@luetage said in Update keybinding for cloud gaming in the browser:
@Vincent500 Well, not all the time. Use the shortcut and go fullscreen when you are in a game. The other option is to write a custom modification that triggers when you visit the site and listens for escape key presses, intercepts them and disables them internally.
How is using your shortcut any different from manually pressing F11 (which Geforce now basically does itself). Or am I missing a fullscreen feature of vivaldi?
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").
Well this has at least confirmed I am not going mad.
I use a wacom tablet a lot on my machine, and occasionally its in front of me when browsing, but i cannot easily scroll up and down pages using it
I was convinced there used to be a way in vivaldi of being able to scroll and pan with the mouse button alone (so an action i could assign to a vivaldi/wacom script so my pen could be used to pan and scroll)
appears while i remember the action, it was way further back in time than vivaldi and was an opera thing 🙂
I would definitely use this if it were available as a keyboard shortcut, too, and for left/right scrolling as well. Currently there are PgUp/PgDn keyboard shortcut commands available, but I'd like to use j to scroll up, k to scroll down, h to scroll left, and l to scroll right (this matches scrolling behavior from vi/vim).
The workaround does help, but it's frustrating that it means you can't use mouse gestures on other tabs/windows without constantly disabling/re-enabling. The ability to disable gestures for specific URLs would still be extremely helpful. The number of sites that benefit from disabling mouse gestures is small, but mouse gestures truly make those sites unusable. I love mouse gestures and don't want to give them up on all other sites, and it's frustrating when I try to use mouse gestures and remember that they've been disabled in order to use another site.
Adding my vote for this feature request. Would love to see this implemented.
@firsh This may be a bug. Save Link As... is on the default Link menu, but is not listed in the Commands in Settings, Appearance, Menu Customisation, Link menu, Context or Application commands.
Please see How to Report a Bug.
Copy, cut, and paste are not currently assignable as keyboard shortcuts or mouse gestures. That is the problem.
If one could assign a mouse gesture to the "Copy" command I think that would accomplish what you need better than being able to assign it to "Ctrl+C" unless you want the action performed by the mouse gesture to change if the shortcut "Ctrl+C" is reassigned to something else, e.g. "Copy Selected Text to Note."
I edited your thread and moved it to the right place. The posting time limits for new users is an anti-spam measure. When you get some reputation upvotes the time-limit between posts will be reduced.
A similar request already exists for keyboard shortcuts.
Overwrite Existing Shortcut with Confirmation
I only have a few mouse gestures defined, but I agree that it would help for those with a lot more than I have.
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@cheve11e_191 It is now possible to work around this limitation by using Command Chains. For example, create a command chain to refresh the page:
Assign one mouse gesture to the Reload page command
Assign a different mouse gesture to the Reload page command chain