@HaaEnn Enable Horizontal Tab Scrolling.
Stack tabs that you want to find easily, or pin them so that they appear before the list of scrolling tabs.
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@Zalex108 @barbudo2005 thank you
@barbudo2005 Yeah, it's not my best sentence 😅 and there's also a bigger flaw in my previous explanations 😓.
I meant that even if I have that option unticked I still see the Title bar. That setting it's not enough to actually hide the title bar.
The other (bigger) problem: I left out that the other condition is having both Address bar and Title bar at the bottom. With both those bars at the bottom Vivaldi keeps the Title bar at the top.
You can see it in the image, the rightmost portion.
I tend to be verbose, so before posting I simplified my original text, evidently a bit too much. I'll make it clearer with an edit.
Yes, you are right.
This is a fake, but better than nothing. 🙃
@rawkode Easiest way would be to increase the whole UI a bit (+5%):
Ah, this was not clear to me, maybe you can edit/change the header to "Add new tab commands" and explain it in the text.
Hi and welcome to the forum.
As new user you may not know, this is one of 6000 feature requests user already make.
The existing request has only 19 user votes (Likes) since two years, you can vote for it in the first post.
It is possible to do this in Vivaldi with a CSS mod, there are some for this feature.
For future requests search the forum or use the user page, please:
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@HaroldRo They're useful and also have their own thread 😉
@gbfelipe This looks like a duplicate of New Analog Clock Should be Visible All Time.
There are several related requests for the Clock.
seems its ctrl + f10 for mac. I missed it.
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