How to disable alt menu?
goncharmarko last edited by Gwen-Dragon
I need to disable alt menu because when changing language it always opening -
Maybe someone know how to disable this.
PS. I dont want to use horizontal menu!
The Alt key on its own focuses the menu, as it does in pretty much all windows programs, even Notepad.
If your shortcut to switch keyboards includes the Alt key, plus some other key, pressing them both at the same time should work without bringing up the menu.
What is your shortcut for switching languages?
goncharmarko last edited by goncharmarko
@Pesala "What is your shortcut for switching languages?" - Shift + Alt
And when i typing that menu always open :(
And i dont know why, i dont pressing alt...
iAN CooG last edited by iAN CooG
I just tried and pressing shift-alt at the same time quickly and multiple times SOMETIMES it pops up the menu indeed, because done quickly I probably don't sync the presses at the same time, but if done slowly I can't replicate.
Change the shift alt combo to something else that doesn't include alt key?
@goncharmarko Neither Shift+Alt nor Alt+Shift opens the menu.
The menu opens when you release Alt, not when you press it.
Asires last edited by
For me it open almost every second time. And non of other programs - attention - not make it. So, it is Vivaldi's realisation of alt-menu is bad (as opera's 12). I think, even the same programmers makes it)
There must be some option in setting to disable this malignant alt-menu.
Yuyu.K last edited by Yuyu.K
I totally agree with you.
Pretty much all window programs won't take focus by pressing a common IME shortcut like "Alt + `"
@yuyu-k The menu in Vivaldi also does not take focus when pressing Alt+ ` or any other combination of keys. For me, it only takes focus when pressing and then releasing the Alt key — just like all other programs. The only problem that I see is the failure of the drop down menus to open when the horizontal menu bar is displayed, if one presses Alt+F, etc. (Then there is the other known issue that cursor keys don't navigate the menus).
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goncharmarko last edited by
Lol 111 views...
Okey @Pesala but i always pressing shift first and i cant do anything with it.
Asires last edited by
Alt-menu appears if you 1. press shift 2. press alt 3. unpress alt 4. unpress shift. And no matter, if between these actions is 1 millisecond. This is bad realisation, alt-menu must not appear, because before it's pressed-unpressed, shift is pressed and must cancel triggering an alt-menu.
@asires Please report this issue so we can discuss it internally and investigate to make the menu more user-friendly.
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mg979 last edited by mg979
Please fix this.. I'm almost leaving Vivaldi for this. I'm on Linux and it is't true that it happens with all programs, not on Linux. It doesn't happen with the horizontal menu, but I'm not going to use that one...
i.petkov last edited by
I tried today to use Vivaldi as my main browser, but it is impossible: almost every time when I tried to change the layout/language with alt+shift shortcut, the alt menu was opening.
I have every popular browser(IE, Chrome, Firefox) installed on my laptop, and Vivaldi is the only one with this bug/future. My laptop is under Windows 10, 64bit
Please, fix this!
zaibon last edited by zaibon
Found a old feature request VB-12686 "Allow disabling or reassiging the keyboard shortcut (Alt) that opens the Vivaldi menu"
iAN CooG last edited by
@gwen-dragon it should be added that menu should react on alt alone, not when shift is pressed, that's what makes the menu appear, lack of fingers coordination. Keep shift pressed and then also tap alt a couple of times. Menu appears/disappears.
If both are pressed simultaneously, menu doesn't appear.
igor.mcd last edited by
same bug on Linux https://forum.vivaldi.net/topic/26203/typing-after-alt-shift-opens-menu
kayovas last edited by
I have the feeling, that I'm the only bilingual human here :( Sorry for the sarcasm , but the problem with the Shift+Alt shortcut and the menu appearing is not annoying... it makes Vivaldi completely unusable for people like me, who use 2 or more layouts/laguages.
Where is the problem? If I want to change the keyboard layout when I write, the appearance of menu interrupts me almost every time! One video is more than thousand words:
This problem is very old. I can't use Vivaldi as my main browser. It's pain... :( Please fix it! The problem is huge for every person than write a lot and use 2 or more layouts/languages.
I have the feeling, that I'm the only bilingual human here
I solved the problem of switching keyboard long ago by customising the UK International keyboard using the Microsoft Keyboard Layout Creator. My PagePlus Keyboard can be used to type Pāḷi or English without difficulty, (or the occasional French word if I need to write words like résumé with accents).
I no longer have to switch keyboards.
kayovas last edited by kayovas
@pesala said in [How to disable alt menu?]
I solved the problem of switching keyboard .... My PagePlus Keyboard .
This is workaround, not complete solution of the problem. I have home desktop computer, laptop and two work machines: an ultrabook and and a workstation. If I want to use Vivaldi on some other laptop/desktop I always have to install this third party app...
Beside, the Vivaldi is the only browser with this sort of issue!
The problem is very serious and affects very basic and core functionality: to use two layouts. It's very surprising that this sort of problem is still unsolved... :(