@zopiac Are you talking about Opera 60 or Opera 12.18? I could not see the option at all in Opera 60, and the order in Opera 12.18 is Left to Right when scrolling down, as it is in Vivaldi.
I suggest using "Display Tab Cycler as List" then the up/down order is obviously correct.
There is no harm in asking for an option to change it, but with the list you may decide that you do not need it. You can also see a lot more tabs in this mode.
And, once again, I only just noticed that this is under the Mobile Feature Requests... (the references to Opera Mini should have been the hint but noo... apparently I wasn't paying even that much attention)
Nevermind my previous comments then.
Use the extension Chromium Wheel Smooth Scroller and forget about it:
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).
@wolvenstorm Thanks for reporting your issue. We could reproduce it internally and hopefully one of the dev will be able to fix it soon. As mentioned in my email, it might take a while though as our pipeline of fixes is quite big. Thanks in advance for being patient with us.
@pesala Ha ha, so u r one of those who hate current behavior! 😛
I found it tolerable for reading in most cases because i zoom in 120+% on all website by default, but website with small text usually will be way off after pagedown, because the last line before pagedown might end up a quarter from top. So, the "proper way" to use current pagedown behavior when reading is never read until last line, try pagedown when you get to last 3 lines then you might end up at the correct line after pagedown. But i would prefer a choice to customize it to my preferences.
So why don't you vote for my suggestion instead?
@nev82 I'm not aware of any way to get this working in Vivaldi on a Mac. macOS itself supports 2 mouse buttons (if you enable Secondary click) and does not have any inherent support for a middle mouse button... or auto-scroll for that matter... so it's rare for those features to be supported in a Mac application.
With Vivaldi, the easiest way to page through a long article is to hit the space bar.