[feature request] "open new private tab" button is a must have
Hi, nowaday, private TABs are a very common feature. I don't think I'll use Vivaldi without this feature, on a regular base. I suggest you added a button next to the "open new tab" button, called "open new private tab" (or window, if this is required for security reasons), and this should be visible as a default: don't add it into the supermegageekfeaturestoaddwithanINIfilesavedinutf-8, please. Who supports this? newspcq
g_bartsch last edited by
I suggest you added a button next to the "open new tab" button, called "open new private tab" (or window, if this is required for security reasons) …
+1 I like that idea.
Reaperrr1 last edited by
+1 for the idea
Or it could work as it was in the opera 12 by right clicking on the new tab button you can choose weather you want to open a regular or a private tab. anyhow I would love if vivaldi could have private tabs instead of private window or why couldnt it have both functions? maybe it would make it more popular among users
Private windows need to come first, but private tabs are on the todo list as well ;)
Em-a-il last edited by
There is already a "open link in private window" option in the right-click-menu. But it doesn't work at the moment. So I think this will be coming soon…
Private window is good but private tabs would be better
That command really seems to be a misprint.
Anyway, I stress on one thing: I wish that the "open new private TAB" (or window) was a BUTTON PUT INTO THE UI, not an item in a menu.
that would be ok, as long as it is implemented as a BUTTON visible by default and not as a menu item.
I'd prefer to have a BUTTON, instead of a menu item: the button should be visible as a default, maybe right next to the + button that is already there, so I could click it with a click only and not with two clicks.
Blackbird last edited by
Buttons always save clicks for users, compared with click-to-open menus. Whether they save browser code or complexity may be another matter, but I'm just sayin'… ;)
yes, that's it