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").
@Pesala said in Toggle mouse gestures by keybind:
There is already one to disable keyboard shortcuts.
Note that this still keeps one of the keyboard shortcuts enabled, specifically the one assigned to the "disable keyboard shortcuts" action -- allowing the user to enable all the keyboard shortcuts again. It would follow that a disable mouse gestures action would remain enabled allowing the user to restore them. It has to be available as a mouse gesture just like the disable keyboard shortcut action is available as a keyboard shortcut. You cannot assume the user will be able to use both the keyboard and mouse, it's an accessibility thing.
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).
Nvidia Geforce Now works excellent now on Vivaldi, except when aiming down sights 😉 site setting would be nice. I assigned a global shortcut for now so I can disable/enable mouse gestures on the fly. Also had to disable Rocker gestures although honestly I never use them.
@kay_d As a work around while you're waiting, you may find it much quicker to use mouse + keyboard, i.e. right-click, k.
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A Links Panel would also be helpful when downloading a lot of files from a single page.
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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