Option or bug? Since 1.12, right click highlights/selects text just like leftclick.



  • Ever since 1.12, (and every following release including snapshots) the right mouse button behaves just like the left mouse button regarding highlighting/selecting. You can only reproduce this with vivaldi mouse gestures disabled.

    Is this a new feature or option or is it a bug?

    It's an issue for me because I use a chrome extension for my mouse gestures, and every time I do a gesture, it selects text and stuff on the page. I would simply eliminate the issue by using vivaldi mouse gestures, but it lacks the option to have multiple gestures for the same action, which is why I use an extension instead.



  • Oh, cant find it in bugtracker. Can you please report the bug?


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  • Oh, my bad. Done. Thanks!



  • Is bug VB-33299 "The right mouse button behaves just like the left mouse button regarding highlighting/selecting"


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