@cibrane said "Open links in a new Tab Stack"
It works if you enable:
If you open a search and you CTRL+click many links they open in a tab stack.
@ergusto Deleting your post just creates more confusion.
Please restore it, and use the three vertical dot menu to edit it to make it clear what you are requesting.
See Settings, Tabs for Close Tab Activation options.
@pauloaguia said in Quick Group & Tile Current Tab > By Right-Clicking Target Tab Stack:
@LonM I think @Manix means something like right clicking on another tab and the context menu having an option "Group with current Tab" or something like that...
Yes, exactly 🙂 it would make the action quicker/easier/more painless. I rarely use the tab stack feature because of the clumsiness that happens when I have lots of tabs open.
The tab I need to group to will be very small, and ends up being hard to work with, because unless you're very slow and careful, the tab could flip to the other side of the dragged tab, thinking I want to reorder, instead of group.
That's a problem, because a main use case for grouping would be when you have lots of tabs open, and you want things to be cleaner and more legible.
But also, going one step further then that, it would be nice to skip the next step of clicking "tile tab stack" by just again, right clicking another tab, and selecting "Group AND tile with current Tab".
If you turn on tab stack re-naming in settings, then you can double-click a stack to name it, and after saving it will be in a folder with that name.
Hopefully that helps as a workaround.
@algy Currently, you can still work around this by assigning a mouse gesture to “Open Link in Background Tab (Over a Link)”.
I reported it as a bug, but hopefully they will give users another way to do this before fixing the bug.
@mohamadeen Hi, this looks like there are two similar requests that duplicate yours. Please vote for one of them instead:
If you want to make a feature request, please use the search first to see if you can find similar requests.
Yes! Yes!!! Desperately need this.
In settings I select "open links in group". And made groups double-leveled. Thats VERY COOL option. Because every top-level tab is a single a thread, so when theres no such an issue anymore - I easyly close whole group. But I need to right click on the group and choose somewhere at the very bottom "close whole group" option.
I am sure that default settings of the browser should be as I described it, and one more option: to close whole group, when you close top-level tab. That should be by default as well.
And People will learn that there could be an order in their tab sections.
@Zyzto I agree with you on the fact that tab thumbnails should have the same exact behaviour and right click menu than the tab it self.
However, I suggest to rename the title of this thread and update your first message, if this is what you mean. I understood the same thing than @LonM when 1st reading you 😉
In case you use the snapshot version (beta) you have the new option (since version 2.4.1462.4 ) to change the "New Tab Position" to ""As Tab Stack with related Tab".
Of course this doesn't fullfill all your wishes regarding the possibilities of tab stacks but it is a start in that direction.
Using said option (in Settings --> Tabs --> section "New Tab Position" --> "As Tab Stack with related Tab") will open every link opened from your actual tab in one tab stack.
If you want to start a new tab stack you' ll just need to press the + or "Ctrl + T" to break free from the stack you are in at the moment. So basically this fullfills your wish that even a single tab is a stack.
Never the less I like your idea a lot - so here take my upvote.
@Pesala omg super thank you for directing me!!
I actually typed "suggestion" in search like I usually do in forums, and the first post that popped up is in "Vivaldi browser for Windows" hahhaha, I guess i just blindly followed xD
Heading to the proper suggestions feed now
btw, OH-EM-GEE - THE TAB GOD BROWSER IS BACK AGAIN!!! HECC YE!!! ^0^/!!
*HHHNNGGGH IM SO HAPPPYYYYYY
(and damn, this forum is hawt af) looks around in amazement