Bookmarking and restoring a tab stack?
sclg last edited by
I see that I can bookmark a tab stack BUT if I open the bookmark, I get separate tabs opening - not the tabs ready stacked.
Any way round this?
luetage last edited by
Save the tab stack as session. When you restore the session the tabs should still be stacked.
Pesala last edited by
- Open the folder in a new window
- Save the session if you wish
- Select all and stack
- Move stack to original window
Post in the Feature Requests thread.
Could someone explain in details? I saved the stacks "Save the stack as session" but when I tried to open it, it was disabled so I cannot click the "open.'
And I want "save as a bookmark" for single tabs and stack tabs together, and when I open the folder, they appear same as before. But it doesn't seem to work.
Anybody can help me?
I am being perplexed in vivaldi......
Pesala last edited by Pesala
@ilp0000 You can bookmark a tab-stack — a new folder will be created. Bookmarks cannot store tab stack data, but sessions can, so open the bookmark folder in a new window, and save that window as a session.
- Right-click on a tab or tab stack and select Save Open Tabs as a session.
- From the File menu, select Open Saved Session
- Select the desired session, and click on Open
cannot store tab stack
Thanks for yor reply. But as you see below, open and delete buttons are disabled so I cannot click. What should I do? And what's wrong?
QuHno last edited by
[VB-55202] Tab stack stored to bookmarks doesn't open as stack on opening the stack folder
@ilp0000 You need to select the saved session first and then click Delete.
@Gwen-Dragon Thanks Gwen and other helpers. Now I got it how the session works - it seems to save all the tabs as they are, and realize them when opening.
So, it must be no way bookmark "the session," where I can easily open it without going into menu and opening it. Well, how can all be perfect? I will sill go with vivladi.
Go for it Vivaldi!