New Tab Position Setting: After Active Tab in Order Clicked


  • Moderator

    Additional option the order to open new tabs (from the current page)

    New Tab Position:
    @After Related Tabs
    @After Active Tab
    @ After Active Tab In order clicked
    @As Last Tab


  • Moderator

    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:
    Features
    News
    Community
    Forum
    Webmail

    4) Repeat (2 and 3) in Opera 50+



    As a result in Vivaldi will be:

    Webmail
    Features
    News
    Community
    Forum

    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.


  • Moderator

    This is what happens if After Related Tabs is enabled.

    0_1520980630772_After Related Tab.png


  • Moderator

    @Pesala
    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)


  • Moderator

    I finally figured out what you want, and thought of a more concise thread title.

    0_1521019305252_New Tab Position.png



  • I'd add left to right to the title as I couldn't find this thread and I think issue is quite important 🙂


  • Moderator

    @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.


 

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