Feature requests for 1.9 / 1.10
History monthly view idea - right-click on day, choice of deleting all of history for that particular day only.
Follower Tabs, like we had in Opera.
Open tab A. Create a Follower Tab ( tab B ). Any links clicked in tab A will open in tab B.
NiftySplit extension provides similar functionality, but only allows creation of a follower window, not a tab.
@dLeon Thanks for looking into this in more detail. I'm sure the Vivaldi team has quite enough to work on without opening a whole new section of complicated code, but it would be nice if they get to it some day.
I don't have Chromium installed. Maybe I will install it and file a request with them.
Sort Commands for Mouse Gestures Alphabetically
When assigning mouse gestures to commands, it would be much easier to find commands if they were sorted alphabetically.
Option to change color of the context menu
I'd like an "Open link here" mouse gesture that ignores the target attribute of the link.
We already have three "Open" actions in the context menu on a link:
- Open Link in New Tab
- Open Link in New Background Tab
- Open Link
(1) and (2) have corresponding mouse gestures, but (3) doesn't.
I'd like a global option to ignore the target attribute of the link.
If this is implemented, I wouldn't need the "Open Link" action in the context menu or the "Open link here" mouse gesture I proposed above.
(I can see that some people like the target attribute and so I'm not saying the target attribute is bad. I'm just saying I'd want to ignore it.)
@pafflick I can't believe only 5 up-votes. I don't like trying to hit the little triangle. I'd like opening the folder by clicking the folder.
@pafflick The triangle icons should be removed and their function replaced by the Open Folder/Closed Folder icons. Double-click on the text to edit the folder name as now.
Find in Page on the Bookmarks bar, like Opera 12 allowed:
I used this almost daily until yesterday when I started using Vivaldi over Opera 12. I miss it a lot. I don't like the extra bar that appears and uses up screen space just for a small text box that can be put elsewhere.
 It could also go on the address bar between the address box and the extensions.
Search in page (CTRL + F) should act as FindBarTweak for firefox : https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/findbar-tweak/
Please add an option for editing bookmarks (Delete, Rename and so on) directly in folders on the bookmarks bar. Currently right-clicking on any bookmark in a folder just opens it in another tab.
I can edit it only from bookmarks menu on a side panel, which is quite uncomfortable sometimes.
@gaelle Favicons on context menu searches.
Alternative: Instead of mark the affected tabs with a permanent sign or color you could implement the following:
Mark the affected tabs only if we press a particular key. For example if we press the key ctrl+shift, then all affected tabs will be shine in yellow colour.
An alternative could be to implement a setting, which can be set on or off and makes the following: If when we click a link in a tab for opening another tab, then this tabs would be automaticly grouped.
@gaelle Tab Follower
It would be even better something similar to what the extension "ezLinkPreview" does: splits the tab in two panels side by side and the right one displays the links hovered in the other. This way It doesn't open a lot of tabs but only the two panels.
@gaelle Highlighting shortcuts available
When pressing the first sequence of a possible keyboard shortcut, highlights all the tabs and buttons actionable overlaying them the rest of the shortcut (e.g. if a user press ctrl, over the first tab will appear the numbers 1, over the second the number 2...)
Left panel -- auto renew for web-panel !
Marker for tabs