Show stopper: Vivaldi doesn't show all installed extensions -- no extension pop-down menu like Opera/Chrome
mettarefuge last edited by
I've posted this four months ago and want to say this again:
I LOVE Vivaldi, but until it supports the user seeing ALL his/her extensions, it's a no-go for me, and I'll keep using Chrome or Opera.
Sure, it's great that a recent update now allows you to make all your extensions disappear with a click. How about letting me click on that and showing me a pop-down list of ALL my extensions? Many extensions require you to click on their icon to work, and if they are hidden, then they are useless.
I've been begging for this for months now. I bet I'm not the only person who wants this "feature." (Surely this isn't a "feature" -- it's basic operability.) Speaking of which, Opera can show me all my extensions with a pop-down menu, although you can't rearrange the order of Extensions as you can do easily in Chrome.
PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE ADD THIS FUNCTIONALITY! There's so much I love about Vivaldi, but I rely so much on Extensions, not being able to see them ALL make Vivaldi simply a "no go."
Thanks for listening, and thanks for creating such a marvelous browser.
luetage last edited by luetage
Try one of these in the meantime --
This one looks best -- you can enable/disable them in groups.