Separate Position Settings for New Tab and Open in New Tab
@barbudo2005 Thanks for digging into this! Following your lead, I got it to work a bit differently.
Tab Position Options settings:
The one thing that's a bit ugly is that for a new Ctrl-T tab, I have the URL of the custom new tab page instead of an empty address bar, so I need to hit Ctrl-A to select all of it before typing what I really want.
This still feels like a kludgy work-around to get something that to me feels like a basic multi-tab browser behavior.
barbudo2005 last edited by barbudo2005
You don't need to use CTRL+a. Use this setting:
Select Address on Activation: Enable
@barbudo2005 Thanks. I have this option checked, but for some reason the address is not selected after a Ctrl-T.
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@gerhard234 The address is selected when you click it not after a CTRL+t.
@barbudo2005 Not in my case. I definitely don't click in it.
This is the sequence as I see it:
- I hit Ctrl-T.
- Vivaldi opens a new tab (at the end).
- The address field is initially empty.
- It quickly gets filled with the local URL of my custom "new tab" page.
- After this, the address field has the focus, with the cursor after the last character, the text not being selected.
And I do have the configuration you indicated:
+1, yes please. This boggles my mind because it just feels natural to open tabs from page as cloned, and new-new tabs at the end.
Tab stacks, yes, but i don't want to have only them on my first tabbar. Option should be hard to implement too, since it's easy to diffirentiate between new page and any other page.