@ostankin hi. Thanks for the feedback. Upgrading the toolbars to be more customizable is an on going process, and more abilities will come in time. For now, I'm moving this back to the main forum as its feedback rather than a feature request.
@kobi I don't know if you'll ever read this but I agree with you 100% and I think we have the wrong browser. The Vivaldi I was just glancing over doesn't want you or me to have any privacy of any kind.
This browser claims to have the most user settings but anything important is not available.
That trashcan for recently closed tabs is ridiculous. We should have the option for everything clearing on exit and the feature to choose whether to have a feature or not.
Vivaldi staff doesn't like me because their browser is so easy to pick apart. It's designed by them for them it's not designed for us. If it was we would have the features that were now discussing.
@theimmersion If you use Vivaldi on more than one device, there's already a sync button besides the trash button. So that might not be the best place to move it. If you don't need the button to check your connection, I'd say just remove it with css.
I don't mind seeing the Trash bin but for me it would be nice if searching in bookmarks would not necessarily include the trash bin.
I tend to keep deleted bookmarks in the trash (sort of uncritical archiving) and I'm often tricked by the search results.
Dragging up an old feature request, but this one would be a simple but useful UX improvement. Particularly if like me you sometimes accidentally close down your main window with a large number of open tabs before you close that forgotten second window you opened on another monitor. Current behaviour when re-opening Vivaldi is to show the last open window and not the 'main' window so you have to go to the Wastebin(Trashcan) and restore that window, but the process requires just a little more clicking/scrolling than is really needed.
@luetage said in Combine synced tabs and trash button...:
... and change the button to something else than trash.
Like a tab/window icon with a small x ?
Aaaand... This request cover this? Or better do a new request? 😛
@Pesala I think he was probably referring to the trash icon in the tab bar representing discarded tabs. If the tab bar is placed on any side but the top of the window, the menu that appears when you click on it is positioned in such a way that "Clear All" is directly under the mouse cursor. If the user happens to accidentally double click on the trash icon, suddenly his list is empty.