Full screen button and behavior



  • First I want to congratulate you on the excellent piece of work - i really missed my old Opera (still got it - opera 12 - but rarely use it) - and this is it. I cant wait for mail and contact to be fully operational so i can import everything from my old opera. Settings dialog window - gooood! Import feature -goood! Pepper flash - goooooooood (especially for us linux users)!!! Still missing TAB STACK . i love that feature ! Hope to see it soon. ........................... Eh - full screen! Keyboard shortcuts are good, but i like those clickable thingies! [b]1\. Suggestion: Full screen button next to zoom slider[/b] Its very logical position. [b]2. Suggestion: Full screen behavior[/b] Full screen as i see it works now does almost nothing - it removes only system panel - everything else remain visible: staus bar, navigation bar, that precious bar on the left (oh how i missed it) - it is far from full screen Full screen should show ONLY page contents - nothing else. Only bottom panel should be visible - it is thin (it would be nice if it could be semi-transparent) - even that panel could slide down after some time and pop back up if mouse hits the bottom - - it is very very good beacuse there is [u]full screen button there[/u] ! - so i can get out of full screen mode easily. With mouse click! - and i can zoom pages while in full screen Nice feature on that bottom panel will be[u] flash contents on/off[/u] button. Keep up the good work!



  • @dbuday:

    First I want to congratulate you on the excellent piece of work - i really missed my old Opera (still got it - opera 12 - but rarely use it) - and this is it.
    I can`t wait for mail and contact to be fully operational so i can import everything from my old opera.
    Settings dialog window - gooood! Import feature -goood! Pepper flash - goooooooood (especially for us linux users)!!!

    Still missing TAB STACK . i love that feature ! Hope to see it soon.

    …........................
    Eh - full screen! Keyboard shortcuts are good, but i like those clickable thingies!

    1. Suggestion: Full screen button next to zoom slider
    It`s very logical position.

    2. Suggestion: Full screen behavior
    Full screen as i see it works now does almost nothing - it removes only system panel - everything else remain visible: staus bar, navigation bar, that precious bar on the left (oh how i missed it) - it is far from full screen

    Full screen should show ONLY page contents - nothing else.

    Only bottom panel should be visible - it is thin (it would be nice if it could be semi-transparent) - even that panel could slide down after some time and pop back up if mouse hits the bottom -

    • it is very very good beacuse there is full screen button there ! - so i can get out of full screen mode easily. With mouse click!
    • and i can zoom pages while in full screen

    Nice feature on that bottom panel will be flash contents on/off button.

    Keep up the good work!

    I believe you're using an old version of Vivaldi, F11 does what you ask, tab stacking is here, CTRL + mousewheel or + - keys are working in full screen as in windowed mode and so on



  • Yes i can see tab stack now (i guess it will be easier to manage them when themes arrive). It`s unclear to me when it is stacked. It took me few attempts to do it.

    I tried it now in Unity DE - full screen works (still no full screen button and bottom panel to call from full screen - well maybe it`s not such a good idea, but i would like to have it)

    It is PLATFORM RELATED : Ubuntu 14.04 - in unity it works, but in lxde+openbox doesn`t

    Here are full screen screenshots from unity and lxde:
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