@darkmatter Yes, i would too, but it's still pretty useful for me [i did forewarn you that...
Neither of these does exactly what you asked
]. I have atm 579 OurStickys in my V-SS, & a typical use for me is to copy a string of text from a site, paste it into a note affixed to that part of the page, & then append my own comments etc for context [when relevant]. When i return to that bm'd page weeks/months/years later with a need to follow that procedure again / refresh my memory of some tech settings etc, i can re-read my notes which are at exactly where i need them on the page. It's very productive for me.
IF Vivaldi keeps Manifest v2 capabilities (and as far as I know it will) and the author won't give up on the project porting to Chromium format In My Pocket will work sooner or later, it is still not able to replace good old Firefox extension and most likely won't get offline mode ever (due to API limitations if nothing else) but I really don't think we can count on native support of Mozilla owned service (though we may get Vivaldi owned, branded or hosted one)
technically it would be enough to use bookmarking mechanism for that as long as it gets dedicated button to quickly throw things into and mobile (not) Vivaldi gets to usable state, without that we need browser independent solution (and Pocket has an app that you can use on mobile to both save and read using any browser)
@Catweazle said in Not Safe for Work Filter:
I think this should always remain at the discretion of the user himself.
Ok, that's fine. I'm just putting it out there, if others are interested in the feature, or if the OP wants to install that extension which would do exactly what they want.
One can enter 500 in the webpage zoom field on the Status Bar , but if one enters 500 in the Settings dialog, webpages, default webpage zoom it reverts to 200%, which is the maximum value via the dialog.
It should be simple to fix this little inconsistency and to increase the maximum to 1,000%