Bookmarks added to main menu – Vivaldi Browser Snapshot 1.15.1111.3
@g_bartsch: Have you reported a bug on this? If not please do
helsten2 last edited by helsten2
I use Startup with Last Session.
Every time I restart Vivaldi, the order of the tabs have changed, and the order within grouped, tiled tabs have also changed. Really annoying.
Has been like this for numerous snapshots, but this last one seems to be worse than before.
If I move tabs, the order within grouped, tiled tabs are also changed!
@neltherion: Indeed. And it's a click too much
@cqoicebordel What benefits does the menu bar have?
- It currently does not work properly with the mouse
- It is completely broken with the keyboard
- It takes up precious vertical space
- The menu button allows you to navigate freely between menus with the mouse or keyboard cursor keys
The bug is very old and often complained about, but why when there are few advantages even if it works perfectly.
I dislike the bookmark menu as it uses too much space. Should have a scroll button at top/bottom and open with less width on nesting.
If bookmarks are sorted manually, or by some other order, the menu always sorts them alphabetically. Reported as:
(VB-38181) Bookmarks Menu Sorted Alphabetically Ignoring Manual Setting
theOtter last edited by
First, I think Vivaldi is a great browser! Great!
It could use a 'make new folder' feature when the little add bookmark box comes up, but it is no big deal.
zaibon last edited by
You might want to upvote the feature request for this function so maybe we'll get this at some point: https://forum.vivaldi.net/topic/24531/create-new-folder-when-bookmarking-page
enc0re last edited by
This build is somehow buggy on Facebook. The loading of news is longer, it is rolling beyond eyes. Clicking on comments will scroll page to random totally different post, and so on. And it is leaking memory, I'm noticed this few builds ago. Happens on Win7 and Win10.
mossman last edited by
I was on holiday during the last couple of snapshots, and when I tried to find the window background customisation to test it doesn't appear for me in this build! There's nothing in the settings.
luetage last edited by luetage
Should be in settings/themes, but there is nothing. Seems like this feature was removed in the latest snapshot.
edit: my fault, it should be in vivaldi://settings/appearance/, if you don't see it that's probably a bug
@pesala: Because using the V menu uses more clicks
I want Vivaldi to be exactly like every other app on my machine. I use native decoration, and the menu bar. That way, my muscle memory works across the whole system, and not one app at a time.
Yes, the bug is very old, and yes, it should have been fixed a long time ago. That's why I'm still pushing for it
@pesala Thanks. I've already filed a bug to request an option to disable auto-sorting of the Bookmarks menu. For those that DO want the menu to be sorted, I've also suggested adding an option to specify the sort order, similar to what's available on the Bookmarks Panel.
Nice. When are we going to be able to move bookmarks around in the Bookmark Bar?
I use the Bookmark Toolbar and the ability to move bookmarks around without opening
the bookmarks side panel would be fantastic. Not to mention eliminating at least one maybe
Aardvark last edited by Aardvark
@para-noid: I am able to move bookmarks around in the Bookmark Bar by simply dragging the bookmarks to the desired positions. Make sure "Sort" is set to "Manually."
Gigzama last edited by
Re: [Themes] Improved transparent tabs with background image VB-37818
I actually had to untoggle 'transparent tabs' in order to get transparent tabs.
luetage last edited by
@gigzama I think what they mean is they fixed transparency and readability when using a background image that would make the text on the tab unreadable when not selected. On light backgrounds you get a black transparent tab for instance.
someone last edited by
Over here refreshing the thumbnails (strg+F5) in Start Page shutdowns Vivaldi. Can somebody confirm this?
Gigzama last edited by
@luetage: I see...thanks for clarifying.