It would still be nice to have it built into the browser through.
Please explain to me what practical difference it would make to have those 30 lines of JS code in Vivaldi code?
If I have already won this feature by an extension of a former user of this forum, it is much more preferable that the Vivaldi team is dedicated to give us in the next stable the possibility to define domains to go automatically to a Workspace.
Always remember and keep in mind this phrase:
"Usually such features will not be added by Vivaldi dev team if there is a easy way for users to solve a problem with external apps or browser extensions."
@Pesala I understand that, what I am suggesting, is an option that pops up (like Chrome or Edge) where one is actively prompted to re-open pages that were closed after, for instance, a PC crash or power outage, NOT when Vivaldi is closed down properly.
@TsunamiZ Thank you very much. I appreciate your answer because I just didn't know of devs love it so.
And yes - you are right with the second part too of course.
(It was that I came to know about the keys only recently and never had used it in the years before. 😉
About the code by @tam710562 it is helping me often when working online on my blog to get up and down where I'm writing...
@other That's right, I checked 🙂
I suggest making a 1 new variable with a choice of color (R,G,B). Completely to copy from the Theme Editor.
And the second color will do without a variable (R-50, G-50, B-50). It will turn out the same shade, but darker.
And shove the variable into that code in Chromium, instead of Color(255, 150, 50);
The implementation is not complicated,. But, everything related to color is very positively accepted by users. All sorts of colored gizmos always attract attention, especially customized to your liking. This is a user-oriented interface.
Google did not suffer from the agony of choosing a color for a long time. It 's a good thing at least , that more #_ _FF wasn't added. In general, this #FFFF00 is poorly visible on a white screen.
Thank you for the directions. Now I have the Reload frame command in the context menu, indeed, and it updates the page.
But something unexpected happened: now, all commands (including the reload button, or F5, or Ctrl+R) update the framed page! I thought you people might want to know.
I experimented back and forth with a web site that I administer, but I am now leaving it as intended. You can look it up in http://euromould.org
Regards, thanks, and please do sort this out and either make the Reload frame command available by default as in Opera, or make the refresh commands update framed pages, whatever is most convenient.
Version 5.3 of FastStone Capture was the last freeware version, and that has all the basic tools that most users will need. Register to get video capture and much more. Windows only, but no doubt there are similar utilties for Linux or Mac.
A separate application lets you capture screenshots from anywhere, not just in Vivaldi.
I would love this feature to come to Vivaldi. I understand why something like Firefox's Container Tabs isn't possible with how Chromium based browsers work. This is a good alternative to that. It would be even better if there was an option to synchronize things like extensions across profiles while keeping things like cookies isolated (if somebody wanted but not required). That's a pain point on Edge (which I use now only because Profiles like this don't exist in Vivaldi), where I have to go in and re-setup all of my extensions and security/privacy settings on each individual profile.