How can I hide the interface completely? I use cVIM
Is there a way to hide the whole user interface?
I am using cVIM, so I change tabs and navigate in the browser using only the keyboard.
I disabled the tab bar, status bar and search bar. And that is fine.
But this just looks weird and it is completely unnecessary:
Disabling the native windows is not a solution either, because when the window is maximized, the small vivaldi logo and the extra black line area stays there.
iAN CooG last edited by
try pushing F11
That's just full-screen mode.
Not what I want.
dLeon last edited by
You want ala Vimperator || Pentadactyl don't you?
I don't think that possible. Is that possible in Chrome?
I already have cVim, which is similar to Vimperator/Pentadactyl.
It works OK on both Chrome and Vivaldi.
I just want to somehow hide every unnecessary GUI element in Vivaldi.
What I cant hide is the top row on the screenshot.
luetage last edited by
With top row you mean the one with the V sign? If so you can hide it by customising the browser. You want to look for information on this forum board
and write your own modification. Once you have a working setup you will need to reenable it with every update of the browser, at least for the time being. I can only recommend it.
Yes, that's exactly what I meant.
So it is possible, cool.
I will look into it.
@notatamas Go to Settings ->Appearance -> Disable "Show User Interface"
It does not solve the problem I am explaining in the question.
Please look at the picture in the original question. The problem is the row with the Vivaldi icon.