Tips & Tricks



  • Control your tile grid for a group of tabs or tab a stack.

    The tabs in your tile grid are sorted from left to rigth acording to the order in the tab bar.
    The grid shape is balancing the row-column ratio and filled left to right and up to down.
    Means: The first columns of the first row is filled left to right, then the second row is added to the first column, followed by the second column until the last column, then the third row is added to the first column, …

    Adding or removing tabs from the tiles group reorganises the grid shape.
    Changing the order of the tabs in the tab bar, reorders the position of the tabes in the grid.

    Tested on Vivaldi 1.0.252.3



  • Google site search on any webpage.

    I think its more a generic chomium tweak but its useful IMHO.

    Tools > Settings > Search > Add New Search Engine

    URL:```
    javascript:void(location.href='http://www.google.com/search?q=%s&domains='+location.hostname+'&sitesearch='+location.hostname)

    Description: Google site search
    
    Nickname: site (or whatever you want)
    
    Type site in you addressbar and what you looking for > :woohoo:


  • Hey Wupi, you rock, but I think this code would be more effective to the "average" user by leaving out site and allowing google search from the address bar.

    … '+location.hostname+'&search='+location.hostname)


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    I found a new use for single-key shortcuts, since I don't use them for spatial navigation. The only ones that I do use sometimes are z and x for back and forward, or 1,2 for previous next tab. I assigned these to open panels (b is already used for the Bookmarks Bar as per my earlier post in this thread).

    • B = Bookmarks Bar
    • b = Bookmarks Panel
    • c = Contacts Panel
    • d = Downloads Panel
    • g = Google Translate Panel
    • m = Mail Panel (When it's ready)
    • n = Notes Panel
    • v = Vivaldi Bug Report Panel
    • V = Vimeo Uploads Panel
    • y = YouTube Panel


  • @wupi:

    Google site search on any webpage.

    I think its more a generic chomium tweak but its useful IMHO.

    Tools > Settings > Search > Add New Search Engine

    URL:```
    javascript:void(location.href='http://www.google.com/search?q=%s&domains='+location.hostname+'&sitesearch='+location.hostname)

    Description: Google site search
    
    Nickname: site (or whatever you want)
    
    Type site in you addressbar and what you looking for > :woohoo:
    

    This just results in a blank page for me. (V1.3.551)



  • Trying to make a gestures more logical and memorable, as I think. Here is the picture:

    !



  • Need backup your password?

    activate chrome://flags/#password-import-export then restart
    now open chrome://settings/passwords and export (*.csv) the password list (plain text).

    Import/export works between Chromium based Browser.

    0_1482514233918_password.png



  • I've finally managed to optimize messenger.com for display as a web panel with some custom CSS rules.

    I'm using User CSS, but any custom CSS extension should be capable of doing the same thing.

    In the end, it only took two rules:

    ._4_j5 {
      display: none;
    }
    
    ._4sp8 {
      min-width: 0;
    }
    

    The first one turns off the panel on the right side that gives you information about the group you're in. It's fairly superfluous for a panel; if I need it I can always just use the in-facebook version. The second rule removes the min-width attribute and allows the page to compress below a width of 500 pixels.

    Figured I'd post it here because I found it helpful, and Messenger is a fairly common use-case for a panel.


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    @jfmonty2 said in Tips & Tricks:

    The first one turns off the panel on the right side that gives you information about the group you're in.

    You do know that you can show/hide the panel at any time by clicking the "Conversation information" icon in the upper right corner, right? And that Messenger remembers your setting so that you don't need to hide it each time you open the panel? 😁



  • @pafflick Curses! I looked for a setting like that, but (perhaps naively) I was looking in Settings, so I didn't see it.

    Oh well. Custom min-width is still useful so you haven't completely invalidated my clever hack. :P


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