@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.
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.
It's the other way around for me. When I hit Ctrl + T (new tab), I want it to create a new tab on the end of the list regardless of which stack it's in. "As Last Tab" would seem like the option for that but it still opens a new tab within a stack if I'm in one. How would I change this behavior?
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.