Clicking does not work properly, mainly in bookmarks and address bar



  • Hi. I get strange response when clicking my mouse, mostly the middle button.

    1. When I try to scroll the webpage by holding (not just clicking) middle button on my mouse and moving cursor up or down, it does not work. All I get is that mouse cursor changes, but no scrolling takes place.

    2. From Firefox and other browsers, I am used to open a new empty tab by middle-clicking anywhere on tab bar, while in Vivaldi I have to place my cursor above that tiny "+" button first, which is uncomfortable. Dragging links or images above this button in order to open it in a new tab also isn't convenient. Why not use the whole tab bar?

    3. I set the browser to use just a single click to use my bookmarks in side bookmarks bar, but two or more clicks are often required (does not matter whether I use middle or left mouse button).

    4. When the whole text is selected by left-clicking the address bar, only one more click should cancel the selection and allow me to edit (not completely overwrite) the address, but it sometimes requires much more clicks. (I can use middle-button on my desktop to do that, but my notebook with touchpad does not have middle button)

    I'm using version 1.13.1008.32 (Stable channel) (32bit).

    Edit: Point 4 corrected. Thank you Gwen-Dragon.



  • @andrewz1986 said in Clicking does not work properly mainly in bookmarks and address bar:

    1. When the whole text is selected by right-clicking the address bar, only one more click should cancel the selection and allow me to edit (not completely overwrite) the address, but it sometimes requires much more clicks.

    I meant left-clicking, sorry. Where do I find edit button in my post? Why is the post preview box so small?



  • @andrewz1986 said in Clicking does not work properly mainly in bookmarks and address bar:

    Where do I find edit button in my post?

    Hit the vertival dots menu below the post which you ant to edit



  • @andrewz1986 I saw your post in the feature request thread, but you have Chat disabled.

    @andrewz1986 said in Feature requests for Vivaldi 1.14:

    Add a button to bookmarks bar to show/hide bookmark details.

    You do not need to drag the bookmark description pane down to hide it. Just double-click the separator.

    This is currently broken for the Notes Panel. Reported as:

    (VB-32753) Notes Panel Description Pane Does not Collapse



  • @pesala Thanks for your reply and an advice. I did not know this feature, but even if I know it now, it still remains pixel hunting. The target is too small.


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