Vivaldi on the macbook pro with touchbar
CSPGQQT last edited by
I have been using Vivaldi for a long time since it was first released as a preview, I like it a lot and I think it has a lot of potentials but there are a couple of issues as to why I do not make it as a default browser on my macbook pro:
- It does not support touchbar yet
- The tab font looks kind of blurry - if you look at the texts on Safari, and Chrome you will know what I mean here
- The last point and it is a show stopper is that it uses much more energy than Chrome and Safari
I am a fan of the most recent release of Vivaldi with the two level tabs. With the MacBooks having been out for awhile with the Touch Bar, it's high time that Vivaldi have better integration with this MacBook feature.
bluesnoop85 last edited by bluesnoop85
We need to push this feature in feature requests. It is quite high for me along with fixing password manager integration on mobile.
Trent last edited by
Would be very nice to have it . On Safari, Touchbar is not only used to open and change tabs, but also :
- Provide an interactive progress bar and play/pause buttons for media
- Provide a quick way to open “Picture-in-picture” on any media
- Provide quick access to browser favorites
Apple do provide this touchscreen bar since 5y now on all their MacBook Pro. The rumour say than this bar will be removed on the next release of the MacBook Pro, but this is not sure (we also don't know what Apple will put instead, I don't think they will go back on regular mechanical keys) and anyway, we have more than 5y of materials which implements it so… If it not too much work, seem worth to implements it to me.