Bookmarks require double click
briarpatch last edited by
Why? This isn't the case with any other browser.
jenijames1987 last edited by
I had to right-click to open a bookmark
sgunhouse last edited by
Way back in Presto (Opera 7-12), it was optional whether the Bookmarks panel was single-click … just as the Windows desktop can be set either way. If you are using it like a management window, then you want the first click to select the item so that you could then click the Edit or Delete button. But if you're using it as Bookmarks, you really don't want to have to double-click everything.
So, to the remark no browser did it that way ... one did. But as I'm not seeing a Bookmarks bar or menu, I'd make the other choice here.
swamprunner7 last edited by
I want an option or just old one click bookmark open, please. Can`t wait until you guys do sync bookmarks and all stuff.
Vivaldi.net has bookmarks? Really? I cant find them.
May be you should use the correct forum to get help. ;)
I moved this thread now. ;)
Vux777 last edited by
single click priority is selecting bookmark (for drag or multi selection etc)
but it should be option to open with single click
I personally find that too nervous…
alway have to watch will I accidentally click, or if I need to de-select something..where to click...
there is no neutral area on tree panel for free click
edit: yea, sgunhouse already wrote the same :whistle:
davesnothere last edited by
If Vivaldi had a traditional Bookmark Menu, like almost all other browsers still do, then we would not feel the need to debate about whether and how we should be able to open a bookmark from within the Bookmark Manager/Panel, which is all we have now, other than the Bookmark Bar.
Devs, PLEASE add a traditional Bookmark Menu !
Thanks ! :cheer: