<C-P> and <C-N> ?
Is there anyway to select with ctrl-p (previous) or ctrl-n (next)?
that keybinding is what most app (even Google Chrome) makes available, but it is missing in Vivaldi.
I think it is a convenient shortcut that keeps hand on the home row of the keyboard, based on emacs movement key.
@gaelle What's the status of the investigation? This bug still occurs in Vivaldi 2.7.1628.28. I'd like to come back to Vivaldi, but until this bug is squashed once and for all, I will have to keep using Chrome. ☹
It would be like an option in the "Main Page" section of Vivaldi's options. It could be a question that says: When do you open the Main Page, you want to autofocus ...?
The search bar, or
The address bar
@entity said in Behavior of Search-Box when selecting suggestions with keyboard:
This is still/again broken. Now arrow keys are ignored if Num-Lock or Caps-Lock is active.
Ah so it's due to NumLock being active, I see. I couldn't understand why someone else said Down Arrow worked for selecting engine. At least now I know :face_with_stuck-out_tongue_closed_eyes:
With NumLock on you can actually press Shift+Down Arrow to get the history and Tab will select. But it should be Arrow keys. And still can't delete entries with keyboard.
Also I believe the best would be to have Down Arrow to select history, and Shift+Down Arrow to select engine. Because using search history is usually the most common thing done, while selecting active engine is rarer.
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.
If placed on the shortcut works only from there; if placed as flags is bind to the Vivaldi installation. It's matter of preference.
--flag-switches-begin [...] --flag-switches-end could be omitted: is a place-holder to recognize which command lines are add from users and which from vivaldi itself.
I don't see --silent-debugger-extension-api [Link] from flags. But usually debug-packed-apps [link] is sufficient.
@rojaviv A quick visit to chrome://settings/searchEngines reveals that the search engines stored by chrome do not match those stored by Vivaldi, so they must be doing something weird (i.e. storing it as an app setting rather than interfacing with chromium's settings).
I mention this as I was looking for a way you could quickly copy a single file over, but it doesn't seem that will be possible.