Feature requests for 1.9 / 1.10


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    @Mattonius I have also thought about this. I don't understand why this feature missing in Vivaldi if Chromium already has it in the tab context menu.

    There is also a problem when user choose Tab Muting > "Play Only in Active Tab" or "Prioritize Active Tab". The background tabs which start playing audio, are audible for very short time (less than 1 second) before they will be automatically muted by Vivaldi. In some cases this is really annoying, because some pages play very short sounds (like notification sounds) and for such cases this feature in Vivaldi is almost useless.

    If Chromium allows to mute tabs before they'll play a sound, why Vivaldi does not mute previously all background tabs when "Play Only in Active Tab" is selected?



  • @julioc1984 Wow good job, it's awesome.



  • [New History feature] Blacklist domains for not allow them to be recorded in history, and a reverse option to blacklist all by default and allow only domains from whitelist. would be one of the best features so far,



  • @Semenov-Sherin,
    I think you can read this topic, there is a way how to create your own profile and leave default one for guests.



  • @Narushima said in Feature requests for 1.9 / 1.10:

    @Blueridge said in Feature requests for 1.9 / 1.10:

    It would be nice if there was an icon to pin open the find dialog so it would stay open with the same words in the input field when you switch to a different tab. This would be very helpful when you're searching a large number of tabs for the same words instead of having to open it for each one.

    The F3 keyboard shortcut is what you're looking for, I think.

    Thanks, but no, the F3 key cycles to the next match on the current page. What I'm asking for is a way for the find dialog to stay open when switching to another tab.


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    @Blueridge What difference would it make?

    As it is, after switching to the next tab, you have to press F3, which searches the next tab for the same word. If the Find Toolbar was already open, you will still need to press F3 to find the next occurrence of the search string.



  • @Boombastic What is the improvement? The left one (before) is much easier to read!



  • @MVV_, yea. But I talk about password protection.



  • Enlarging screenshot in CTRL+TAB

    It would be easier to read which image is selected and if the enlarging also considered the side images, it would accelerate the cycling to choose which tab you want. Look this example, after and before :
    0_1491394625669_CtrlTab.png



  • Login for Easy Export and Import of All Settings

    Using the chrome browser, we have the facility to access all settings from anywhere. That's the only thing I need to fully migrate to Vivaldi.

    thank you.



  • @Pesala said in Feature requests for 1.9 / 1.10:

    @Blueridge What difference would it make?

    As it is, after switching to the next tab, you have to press F3, which searches the next tab for the same word. If the Find Toolbar was already open, you will still need to press F3 to find the next occurrence of the search string.

    If someone always uses the keyboard shortcut I guess it might not make any difference. Often however I prefer to do things with the mouse for various reasons.

    Another reason is that if you already have old different search terms in other tabs then switching to a tab and using F3 will just search with the old term. What I suggested is that when the find dialog is pinned it will override whatever is typed into the other tabs.

    It would also allow, once pinned, for the find dialog to just stay open in all tabs including new tabs, rather that having to keep opening it again and again.

    The main reason though is that like a lot of things it's just a matter of personal preference.



  • An option to stop loading all pages
    (+ customisable keyboard shortcut)



  • Option to automatically delete all browsing history when exiting Vivaldi.



  • Bookmark Bar Options

    Options to place your bookmark bar bookmarks to the right or to center them (center being my favorite).
    0_1491409662733_bookmarks example.PNG



  • I red through most of the thread so I hope it is not already written down somewhere.

    Ability to expand and minimize Tab Groups


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    @rekuzar said in Feature requests for 1.9 / 1.10:

    I read through most of the thread so I hope it is not already written down somewhere.

    You don't actually need to read the whole thread, you can search the Feature Requests forum using the Search too. I found this, which is essentially the same requests, though it is not clear which aspects of Opera 12 tab-stacking that Stardust wants. Expand/collapse is one aspect of how they behave.

    @Stardust said in Feature requests for 1.9 / 1.10:

    Opera 12 tab stacking



  • @matiasmovie There is a possibility to reopen these tabs by using the trash bin icon on the right side in tab bar.



  • floating panel
    possibility to open panel floating (but switching buttons bar is fixed on left/right side), that it is over the webpage an the webpage does not become narrower (if it's not enough space after opening panel side bar, some responsive sites switching to tablet mode).
    floating panel should closed automatically if it looses the focus.





  • Local Network sync

    To come up with the lack of syncing (which is difficult to build given the server necessity) maybe you could build a sync system which work on the local network where, if to vivaldi browsers (or pc with vivaldi installed) are active on the same network and are set to be synced, then the two browsers share settings to similar.


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