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[Bug report] [New Private Window] command; [Tile Tab Stack] shortcuts



  • Hi,

    I turned to Vivaldi just since 1.4.589.38, and now is running:
    1.5.658.3 (Standalone).
    (Win 7 x86).

    Here are some of the issues I encountered:

    The [New Private Window] command is not working for me.

    And the 3 [Tile Tab Stack] shortcuts are not working:
    Tile Tab Stack Vertically
    Tile Tab Stack Horizontally
    Tile Tab Stack to Grid
    Though the [Untile Tab Stack] shortcut, and the 4 buttons in [Page Tiling] of the status bar, they all work fine.

    Did I miss something?



  • @vias said in [New Private Window] command and [Tile Tab Stack] shortcuts are not working for me:

    Hi,

    I turned to Vivaldi just since 1.4.589.38, and now is running:
    1.5.658.3 (Standalone).
    (Win 7 x86).

    Here are some of the issues I encountered:

    The [New Private Window] command is not working for me.

    And the 3 [Tile Tab Stack] shortcuts are not working:
    Tile Tab Stack Vertically
    Tile Tab Stack Horizontally
    Tile Tab Stack to Grid
    Though the [Untile Tab Stack] shortcut, and the 4 buttons in [Page Tiling] of the status bar, they all work fine.

    Did I miss something?

    Same Vivaldi version:
    Ctrl-Shift-N (New Private Window) works for me.

    Tile TAB stack -
    Vertically (Ctrl-F9)
    Horizontally (Ctrl-F8)
    Grid (Ctrl-F7)

    Do not work for me either.



  • @TbGbe
    @Vivaldi-Team

    Finally found the reason:
    Settings: Tabs: New Tab Page
    ▲ If this option is set with chrome://history/ or vivaldi://history/, the [New Private Window] will never open.
    I think this is a bug.

    By the way, vivaldi://history/ should do the same as chrome://history/, shouldn't it?
    However, if set in New Tab Page, the pages open are different at the top.



  • @vias nice finding, seems the 2 urls act differently, with chrome://history/ first the speeddial page (empty) opens then the history page opens. with vivaldi://history/ the history page opens directly, it's easily visible by switching with ctrl-tab



  • @vias said in [Bug report] [New Private Window] command; [Tile Tab Stack] shortcuts:

    By the way, vivaldi://history/ should do the same as chrome://history/, shouldn't it?
    However, if set in New Tab Page, the pages open are different at the top.

    No, Vivaldi://history is being worked on currently by devs. There will be a totally different history page when finished.


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