Fair question. The main reason is that I have a small number of clashes with global shortcuts created elsewhere using other software.
I can sort the spreadsheet list on 'Keys' and see very easily where the clashes are.
I can then see easily which keys are unused in Vivaldi.
I can record any changes that I make a further column.
The second reason is that I want to add some keys, and I want a record of the changes and easy access to that record. Again, sorting on keys and recording the added key in a further column is really useful.
In Excel, these changes and warnings can be also be marked using colours as well as further columns.
I like this idea a lot. I'd love to bind Shift+Left click trigger "Open Link" and Left click to "Open Link in New Tab" (instead of its current behaviour of "open in same or new tab depending on the link").
<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.
The only time I move a tab to another window is to move one tab from a window on my primary monitor to a window on my secondary monitor. The keyboard shortcut cannot do this. The tab context menu already allows one to move all selected tabs to a chosen window.
IMHO keyboard command is must faster than context menu, thus I prefer select a bunch of tabs > execute keyboard shortcut > done!
If the command did move all selected tabs to one new window that might be an improvement
That's what my request intended, as it doesn't conflict with moving only one tab to a new window. It's better than adding yet another keyboard command for moving multiple tabs.
but then someone might want to move each selected tab to a separate new window.
What's the use case for such command? Even if someone need this, it would be very rare indeed. Honestly I can't imagine why someone want to move 10 tabs into 10 separate windows... That's kinda overkill. If you want to do so with 2 or 3 tabs, then it's pretty easy to repeat it with keyboard command.
@maxtao No one voted for this feature request yet, so don't hold your breath waiting for it. There are about 2,000 feature requests. If a feature is currently being worked on, it will be tagged as In Progress. Otherwise, you won't hear any news.
@LonM said in Keyboard shortcuts for enabling/disabling extension.:
@npro said in Keyboard shortcuts for enabling/disabling extension.:
This only works to activate extensions popups, there's no way to disable them (turn them off completely).
Depends on the extension. Some extensions expose parts of their functionality for keyboard shortcut assignment. I'm not at my desk now but from memory, uBlock Origin, uMatrix and Stylus all expose some functionality (such as opening the logger for UBO & UM).
There is a limitation though, the only modifiers that can be used in the shortcut are Alt, Ctrl, Alt-Shift, and Ctrl-Shift.
For the OP's scenario, these 3 also expose an enable/disable action as well, so they can be turned off or on.
Also very eager to see this functionality.
I normally open a combination of 3 user profiles (personal, work, development) using Alfred on macOS. Since switching from Firefox (felt slow) to Vivaldi, I haven't been able to get the window-IDs / process-IDs of active user profiles programmatically and switch between them—but a simple menu shortcut or hotkey would make this easy!
@Pesala said in Toggle mouse gestures by keybind:
There is already one to disable keyboard shortcuts.
Note that this still keeps one of the keyboard shortcuts enabled, specifically the one assigned to the "disable keyboard shortcuts" action -- allowing the user to enable all the keyboard shortcuts again. It would follow that a disable mouse gestures action would remain enabled allowing the user to restore them. It has to be available as a mouse gesture just like the disable keyboard shortcut action is available as a keyboard shortcut. You cannot assume the user will be able to use both the keyboard and mouse, it's an accessibility thing.
@dannyswift I would be happy if the Panel Toolbar closed when the shortcut was pressed again — I use F4 then click the icon to switch panels, but I would to use specific shortcuts for specific panels if the Panel Toolbar toggled off.