Tabs



  • Perhaps some do or already share my suggestion and of course some may like it the way it currently is, however I would like to see if you right click a link on a website and select the "open in a new tab" option for it to not jump to that new tab each time. There are sites I read a lot of articles off of and at times I open three or four at a time and it's kind of disgruntling to have to go back to the original site each time when opening a new tab. Just a suggestion of mine or make it an enable or disable option. Been loving the browser so far though!



  • +1

    I suggest the ubiquitous "Open in background" context option.



  • Agreed with PMo_. Was surprised that Vivaldi doesn't have "open in background tab". But at least with Ctrl+LMB or middle mouse click, it opens in background.



  • Thanks for the tip about the middle mouse button performing that function, however a lot of times in doing that the pages do not seem to load or a "cannot load content" type error appears. Of course could be the websites. A simple press of the "reload button" on the toolbar takes care of it most times, I noticed simply clicking in the address bar and hitting "enter" does nothing…hmmm.



  • Awww so it´s not possible to prevent this yet automatically? I thought maybe there are some under-the-hood settings since it seems like a really easy switch.
    Same as OP, i usually open a lot of articles which interest me at a time, but i read them down one by one. I don´t want my browser to instantly switch to a newly opened tab. :(



  • I would like to think this functionality will be included in the next builds/versions to come since multi-tab browsing is what most people do. Can you remember back in the day when tabs were not existent yet….every new site you wanted had to be opened in it's own separate window and even before that just had to look at sites one at a time or copy and paste the web addresses into a Word doc to remember them and go back to them. Gahhh! :blink:



  • I think that it will come in future builds, too.
    It is a feature that is needed!



  • I think so, Vivaldi is very much in it's infancy right now and Jon and the rest of the team seem very passionate about this project and also listening to what the users want.



  • @klejst:

    Thanks for the tip about the middle mouse button performing that function, however a lot of times in doing that the pages do not seem to load or a "cannot load content" type error appears. Of course could be the websites. A simple press of the "reload button" on the toolbar takes care of it most times, I noticed simply clicking in the address bar and hitting "enter" does nothing…hmmm.

    Middle button is the way to go, it works since the early days of opera, and then was cloned by more or less any other browser.


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