This would be very handy as a solution to the problem of not having a second panel. If minimum window width could be adjusted then at least we could use some other solution like Aquasnap or some other app to tile windows in a sensible way. E.g. TabsOutliner in a separate window on the left along with Vivaldi's panels on the right (yes, I know you can load extensions in the panel, but this is no use for a dual panel solution!).
@trendready I have a primary portrait monitor and a secondary landscape monitor.
When I drag a window from one monitor to the other it is automatically restored down. I then double-click the Window title bar to maximise the window on the other monitor.
That is the behaviour I would expect.
@carson911 said in Please allow tab-preview-on-hover to be bigger:
I have a better idea, it would be much better to independently scale the preview hover size, especially for many grouped tabs, because in my case (1366x768 resolution) with more than 18 tabs, they occupy the entire screen, making it difficult to navigate, but with more than 24 tabs, not all fit on the screen and it would be good to reduce their size, or allow them to scroll on the side so that they do not occupy the entire screen, such a solution existed in Opera 12.
I very much agree.
Here is my Feature Request:
@neltherion When Vivaldi 2.0 Stable is released, this thread will be tagged as DONE and moved to the archive.
Meanwhile, users could still suggest refinements to the feature, for example, to make the slider position move freely instead of only in fixed increments of 30 pixels.
@pesala said in Tabbar background-size:
Still not sure about the ideal dimensions.