while you guys are improving toolbar visibility, please add these 2 other related requests for the desktop version...
@FrobtheBuilder Hi, Thanks for your feature request.
This looks like a duplicate of https://forum.vivaldi.net/topic/31878/combine-window-title-and-address-bar-when-tabs-are-on-the-side Please vote for that instead, thank you.
If you want to make a feature request, please use the search first to see if you can find similar requests.
As you've provided some modding code, I'll move this post to the modding forum.
@Pesala said in Show Toolbar for some Web Panels only:
@AltCode Presumably, you mean the toolbar at the top of the panels? I had not noticed before that changing the setting for one changes it for all.
Yes, that's the one, enabling/disabling it says it is a toolbar.
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The Panel Toolbar is not needed for any panels. It would be nice to disable that, but that's another topic already covered elsewhere IIRC.
I'm not sure I understood what you are referring to here. The panel toolbar can already be disabled. I just want to disable it for some web panels but not all.
Let me put in my two cents. When I press the reload button, I want it to do exactly what the word means... reload the page. Don't reload just some of the page, but all of the page. I have an old version of Opera also running and it does a complete reload, including style sheets and images. Vivaldi, not so much. It makes developing my web pages a RPITA. If need be, make it a generic option.
IMHO, it is broken, so please fix.
In order to achieve this, you can simply press F4 (Default for Panel shortcut in the settings) while in fullscreen mode, and the side panel will pop up 🙂
But I agree it would indeed be a good feature to be able to configure this default behavior somewhere in the options.
I think based on the changes to the toolbar, the idea of having to hold down shift to rearrange things will be the standard way going forward. I would need to hear from a UI developer to be sure, but I don't think this will be changed.
I like the page action overflow menu in Firefox. So many useful features, which I don't use often, but when I do, I like to access them with a single click.
Now that the V menu can be customized, it can be done more or less, but I would prefer three separate overflow areas for page actions, browser actions and extensions. I accept that many people like to use menus for their contextual and/or organized structure, but it's more intuitive for me.