- Vivaldi Browser
- Feature Requests
- New Tab Position Setting: After Active Tab in Order Clicked
Most webmail issues have been resolved. Again, sorry for the inconvenience. In case you still have some issue please contact us.
New Tab Position Setting: After Active Tab in Order Clicked
Additional option the order to open new tabs (from the current page)
Add check point [_] in Tabs settings
New Tab Position:
@After Related Tabs
@After Active Tab
@ After Active Tab In order clicked
@As Last Tab
1) Set in Vivaldi:
New Tab Position -> After Active Tab
Close Tab Activation -> Activate Always Related Tab // Activate Right in Tab Order
2) Open Vivaldi Go to http://vivaldi.net
3) Middle Click on Browser:
4) Repeat (2 and 3) in Opera 50+
As a result in Vivaldi will be:
In Vivaldi the sequence of opening tabs is reversed in comparison with Opera.
In Vivaldi -> Thus, by switching to the last clicked tab (with the settings described in point 1) it is often that tab has not yet finished loading.
By adding a checkpoint in tabs settings, will can reverse the situation.
This is what happens if After Related Tabs is enabled.
Yes, I know about it. But I constantly move tabs into different places and between different others tabs. When I then open more links from the main tab, they often open away...
Because I want it to work as described above ->
-> that is, it was opened just next to (next to the right site) active tab, regardless of connections (Related Tabs)
I finally figured out what you want, and thought of a more concise thread title.
MaxKarlErnst last edited by
I'd add left to right to the title as I couldn't find this thread and I think issue is quite important :)
@maxkarlernst That would exclude vertical tabs, as used by many users.
@ayespy Agree, but I don't argue technical accuracy of the title here, just suggesting what I think would help users find the thread. If left to right is not inclusive enough :) we could even add top to bottom but guess that leaves out arabic speakers :) however it is my opinion it's good enough if it helps even a tiny percentage of users who wouldn't think to mention click order in search.
Looks like your connection to Vivaldi Forum was lost, please wait while we try to reconnect.