[Feature Proposal] Middle click behavior on "click" event
I'm using this extension to fix this. But I think this is important and it would be great if this fix existed directly in Vivaldi.
@pafflick I don't think this is a Chromium bug or site's developer fault. I have met this behavior in many sites. For first time I have noticed this when I started trying the Opera 15, first Opera version based on Chromium (that was more than 3 years ago).
So, I think Chromium developers decided just to make middle click that way. I'm sure Vivaldi does not need such behavior of middle click, because Vivaldi is designed for advanced users who won't see logic in that. :-)
@RammsteinAM I don't know - for me it seemed like that. But I never cared enough to inspect the source code. Maybe one day I will.
For me it also happened for the first time on Opera 15+, but since I installed the workaround extension, I forgot about the issue.
burnout426 last edited by burnout426
This is a known problem in Chromium (very annoying on the "My Subreddits" drop-down on reddit.com and Facebook comments expand link). It's handled by issue 255 and is already fixed. Just not sure when we'll see it. I haven't tried Chrome Canary for example to see if it's fixed there. I assume so though.
The site can fix it too if they check what button was pressed and prevent the left-click behavior if it was the middle button that was pressed.
This bug is finally fixed in Vivaldi (also in Chrome and Opera).