Tree-style Tabs



  • Simply like extensions do πŸ™‚
    And we also have a vivaldi version of it πŸ™‚



  • My tab bar is on top, so I wouldn't benefit from this. However, it would be a very welcome addition to the window panel, rather than to the tab strip.



  • @lonm said in Tree-style Tabs:

    My tab bar is on top, so I wouldn't benefit from this. However, it would be a very welcome addition to the window panel, rather than to the tab strip.

    Would be useful in both views. πŸ˜›
    Actually, window panel has a sort of tree view - but I'm not sure it follows a real hierarchy - while tab bar hasn't.
    But tab bar can display audio-tab icon while window panel can't.
    They should allow to do almost the same things and suit to different workflows πŸ˜›
    Of course is not for tabs on top/bottom πŸ™‚



  • I know this may be quite a big feature to implement, but damn would it be cool (And really distinguish vivaldi from its competitors, just sayin').

    I often have many tabs open at once and this would be a great way to organize them.



  • I tried tab stacking.
    I tried the window view in the window panel.
    Both are not up to the task.

    Please please please integrate a real tree-style tabs, with unlimited hierarchy, with easily closing or hibernating a whole hierarchy, with optional automatic tree colapse, with session saving, etc.



  • @favincen said in Tree-style Tabs:

    integrate a real tree-style tabs, with unlimited hierarchy, with easily closing or hibernating a whole hierarchy, with optional automatic tree colapse, with session saving, etc.

    Yes! Or, add all the functionalities of the tabbar to the window panel. Then, I would disable the tabbar and use the window panel instead!



  • I'd also like the notions of Stack and Tree to be unified.

    A tab stack can be viewed as a node in a tree. So, it would be nice if the user would be able to switch between the two views.


 

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