@Gwen-Dragon and @Pathduck , I'm so sorry to bother you for nothing. I found an extension - syncmarx - that is responsible of it. It syncs my bookmarks across other browsers and overrides the nicknames as it's not supported!
Sorry again. Hope it can help some of our community members in the future.
Have a great day,
This is needed for all search fields, but especially quick commands. A nickname websearch should use the search engine and then we need to be able to set search nicknames for all other search types, like commands, closed tabs, open tabs, history, bookmarks, pages actions, mail and notes.
@Pesala , indeed the search itself works but there is no history suggestions for your recent Wikipedia queries.
Try doing the same in the address bar and notice the recent search queries for Wikipedia, where they are not available in the quick commands dialog.
Please confirm the issue and the title should probably be adjusted to something like:
"Suggest search engine recent queries in the quick commands dialog"
@becm said in Multiple Nicknames for Bookmarks:
The not-so-bad workaround to get this feature would be to include your "nicknames" in the description field (non-unique, searchable).
Once I considered the real possibility of overlapping nicknames, I agree that the above solution to my problem would be best for now. I believe I can handle the extra 1-2 steps of down arrow and enter keys. 🙂
Thank you for your consideration and time!
I absolutely love this suggestion. I think this could also create some additional search revenue for Vivaldi, because I commonly want to search something on DuckDuckGo, but I know it is not in the "strong" areas of DDG search, so I use Google right away. However It would be very useful for me to have the DDG for comparison or for some extra results which Google sometimes filters out (due to censorship, or just low rank etc.).
Also for instance searching DDG + Startpage would be awesome.
I support the idea of having the search results in the vertically tiled tabs as suggested by @jklauser 👏 👍
I know this is an old topic, but for any searchers who come across it: See a workaround in This Script Copies Description, Separators, etc. from HTML to Existing Vivaldi Bookmarks. It can copy Descriptions, Keywords/Nicknames, Tags, and Separators to old existing bookmarks or to newly imported ones.