@ostankin hi. Thanks for the feedback. Upgrading the toolbars to be more customizable is an on going process, and more abilities will come in time. For now, I'm moving this back to the main forum as its feedback rather than a feature request.
@TG2 Darn, I thought it would work for you too.
Well, that leaves only one option:
(Pro tip: The steps of the report form section accepts portions of markdown, especially "- " [dash + space] for unsorted lists, makes reading in the bugtracker easier)
@Ayespy Okay, it gets a bit weird now. I whitelisted it in Trendmicro, and it all was fine. Then I de-whitelisted it, to counter-check, and it still was fine. So it might just have been some hickup.
Thanks anyway 🙂
I also want this feature. You have to click anyway the + button to open the tab and later move the mouse to address bar with right button and click paste and go.
So if you have to click anyway the + button this function will save a lot of time.
With this feature: go to + button and only 1 click with right button
Without the feature: go to + button and 1 click with left button, move to address bar, 1 click with right button, find the option on menu, click with left button.
@HonoredMule I think your first request is achieved with:
Settings, Tabs, New Tab Position, After Related Tabs.
This is what I see after Ctrl+Click on the three links in the breadcrumb header to open each in a new background tab.
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New Tab can be left at default in this case.
To open internal service pages like "Extensions" also as last tab, add additional row with string "extensions" = Always last
and similarly for other internal pages
Rather than just upvoting, let me rephrase the request in case it is more clear to anyone: Basically I would like to have the equivalent of the "Open other tabs next to current one - Change opening order" setting on Firefox with TabMixPlus.
Say I have the tabs [a][b][c][d]; [b] and [c] was opened from [a] five minutes (or an hour) ago, so they are related, but I did other things and changed tabs after that. Now if I open new tabs from [a] in succession, I would get the following on Firefox:
With Vivaldi's default option ("After related tabs"), however, I get the following:
I find this unintuitive because in my mind [a], [b], [c] are no longer related; I don't remember which tab was opened from what previously, and there isn't any visual indication that they are grouped this way either. When I open a new tab from [a], I expect it to be next to it, so I can Ctrl+Tab to it immediately. But with the default behavior, not only it is not next to it, but I have no idea where it will end up and how many times I will have to Ctrl+Tab to reach it. Will it open after [a]? After [b]? After [c]? Were they related? Who knows?
To imitate TabMixPlus's option, I just select the "After Active Tab" option, and click on them in the reverse order (,,) to open them in the actual order I want. This is what I did on old Opera as well, however, I wish there was on option to replicate TabMixPlus's behavior on Vivaldi. I think that would be much more intuitive than the current implementation of "After related tabs". And if that option will be retained as is, I think some visual indication is necessary; e.g. I think Internet Explorer used to color tabs to indicate that they are related. In its current form, it just leads to unpredictable and confusing behavior: it is hard to guess where the new tab will end up.
It doesn't work for me unfortunately. With the option new tab after current, if I have a tab inside a tab stack visible, and I press the + button to add a tab, its added AFTER the tab stack rather than inside, even if I don't have the most right tab selected in the tab stack.
Right-clicking the tab stack and choose New Tab does open it inside the tab stack, but I want to always have the tab open inside the stack I am working so I can have different stacks for different workflows. Now I click new tab, forgot its not in a stack, have to drag it in, and its just a mess....
I do use the new accordeon mode. In 2 row mode, the second plus works as expected.
@Pesala I reopened my [Settings > Tabs] tab. There's indeed a general New Tab Position setting, and a Cloned Tab Postion setting:
I agree that the option to make Back-opened tab open to the left should not exist as one more option in the "New Tab Position" selector, but rather as a tick box, named for instance "Tabs opened from the Previous or Rewind buttons should be placed left of the active Tab".
This box could be placed either in the "Tab Handling" column, or in its own special column, which could be named, for instance, "More Tab Position Options", or "History-related Tab Position Options".
Yes, just this, it only works "click" on the search engine (open in same tab).
I wish there was a "Shift + click" on the search engine icon. to open 'the search' on another tab.
I do not know if this is feasible to do in the programming code.
An alternative solution is to get paradoxically more usefullness than only occasionally new tab clicking. I suggest to use its image to improve visibility of the selected tab which is interesting when tabs are a lot and shrunk for instance.
More, currently, the plus icon is the only way to create a new tab with a drag-dropped tab from another browser.
I find this odd...its confused me for several days while I ignored it... So I go all way to the new tab '+' icon and click on it, expecting the tab to appear at the end; instead it adds a tab next to the previously active tab, which I dont really regard as an active tab, as I cudve hit Ctrl+T if I wanted it next to it.
So I am on a page and want to do something totally unrelated on another site; the last site was the 2nd tab, let's say, I have 15 tabs open and go to the new tab '+' and do something, then go to another tab in the browser, I totally lose track of where I was as I dont remember what V considered the 'active tab' was at the time.
Dunno if this is related to the OP, I thought it wasn't.