In Opera 12.18 we could assign more than one single-key shortcut to any command.
This opens up the options for assigning commands that are quick to execute without pressing modifier keys and easy to remember, e.g.
- a,b = Toggle Address Bar
- b,b = Toggle Bookmarks Bar
- s,b = Toggle Status Bar
- t,d = Open file:///O:/Documents/ToDo.txt
- v,f = Go to Vivaldi Forums
- v,s = Go to Vivaldi Snapshots
- v,t = Go to Vivaldi Team Blog, etc.
Accessibility for those with disabilities is important.
If combined with the ability to launch programs or go to URLs, it is a great aid to productivity.
Trioke last edited by
I recall using this feature very heavily back in Opera 12. It's been sorely missed in Vivaldi.
ukanuk last edited by
This would also lay the groundwork for users to make their browsers more vim-like, for example adding "g,g" to scroll to the top of the page (see https://forum.vivaldi.net/topic/2024/vim-like-keyboard-interface).