Tips & Tricks
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BoneTone last edited by BoneTone
@potmeklecbohdan I didn't separate out the different Alt keys in my list, only a limited set of software distinguishes between them. I was only listing the 4 most ubiquitous elemental modifiers (Ctrl, Alt, Shift, Win/Cmd/Meta), then Hyper & Meh which are really just composite modifier keys: Meh = Ctrl-Alt-Shift, Hyper = Ctrl-Alt-Shift-Win. Hyper & Meh were created because it's much easier to press 2 keys than 4 or 5. On my keyboard, I actually have a few more composite keys, as I've created some Ctrl-Alt & Crtl-Shift keys in most of my layers. I also have some keys that are actual shortcuts themselves, like W-S-arrow left/right, for one example when I'm in Windows, or Ctrl-A/C/X/V, Ctrl/Alt(-Shift)-tab, etc.
Edit: oh, and yeah, my keyboard can do a space cadet shift, though I don't use that
Moving Email to Other Monitor
The email client (enable via vivaldi://experiments) is enabled only for the first opened window. If, like me, you use two monitors and prefer it always on one of them, if it opens on the wrong one, close that window and reopen it from the Trash can.
It will reopen as a maximised window on the correct monitor only if there was more than one tab open.
Show Clock on Mail Tab
Restore the Status Bar to its defaults if the clock is not already there. Switch to a mail tab, hold shift and drag the clock to the Mail toolbar at the top.
Bookmark for Experiments
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Pinned Tab Stacks
If tabs are pinned there is no obvious way to stack them, but if tabs are stacked, one can pin them using a shortcut.
If you also use accordion tab stacking, all of your pinned tabs can be collapsed to a single icon. I pin my email and blog. To switch between pinned tabs, click on the tab preview.