@LiorL Stack the tiled tabs, then it is obvious that they are grouped.
Stacking tabs also moves tabs next to each other. On unstacking they remain next to each other. On untiling tabs, they retain their original positions.
@pesala I edited my previous post. Based on your answer it didn't seem to be clear enough. The right click would be a right click anywhere on the tile you want to close (no need to go on the tab bar of course - otherwise it wouldn't have any added value)
Edit : and added a new screenshot on the original post
@thedonk said in tmux like tiling:
I already wrote a post. I forgot about that.
That's not a problem. If it's a new feature request that's not yet in the new feature request forum then it needs to be here. If it's just a duplicate of the existing requests, then I will mark it as a duplicate and move it.
I am having trouble understanding what the feature request actually is. A new tab is a speed dial page. How can it be tiled if not with another tab?
@a-leconte said in Create tiles from multiple selected tabs:
Do you know how to mark threads as <solved>
You should be able to edit your first post in the thread, and select tag it as "resolved" from the field at the bottom of the edit window.
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@lonm said in Custom Page Tiling Layouts:
I would find it very useful to be able to define certain layouts that are currently not supported, for example:
That would be exactly what I need too.
It is great that Vivaldi is offering the tiling option at all but don't stop there and make it great 🙂
Highly desirable features:
Flexible custom layouts (see above example)
Ability to 'save' and 'restore' any tiling layout
Being able to open a link from one of the tiled pages in a new tile (pre-defined position). This is especially helpful in full-screen view.