Meet the Vivaldi team in Oslo in 2019
Pesala last edited by
Surprisingly this feature doesn't have any toggle hotkey, mouse gesture binding
See Settings, Keyboard, Tabs, Tab Thumbnail. This is also available as a command to bind to a mouse gesture.
Koolio last edited by
@pesala: Clearly I must have missed it
Without even thinking, I can say my favorite features are the floating side panels and tab stacking. Those 2 are by far my favorite tools in Vivaldi and they can both speed-up work and increase general productivity in an absurd way! I can't even imagine my working and personal-surfing life without that anymore.
But, sincerely, after all that happened lately, I say my favorite thing about Vivaldi in general are the people behind it. You're such an amazing team and you're doing a difference for real with Vivaldi, and the way you treat your users really matters!
Even if I'm not the lucky one here, I'd still like to pay you a visit sometime! ^^
@koolio: I remember only seeing that tab thumbnail feature before in a Japanese browser called Sleipnir (but it's slow)
It's very cool when you work on big screens, though I usually send the thumbs to the sides in that case to optimize space! Edge has it now too, btw, but it's also not as optimized as it is in Vivaldi.
@hanike: ps: as I've mentioned on Twitter already past morning, with a photo of my cat for Vivaldi, btw! haha...
mlsvd last edited by
I simply felt in love with the name of the Vivaldi browser - that was a love at first sight Now I am using it and I will never regret. Viva Vivaldi Browser!
kahukura last edited by
Twenty years ago we used to play Q&A games using IRC and a chat bot called Yasmina. The one with the fastest browser search engine was often the winner so being a skeptic myself I was in doubt that Vivaldi would change the game using the Chromium engine. However, we haven't played for quite some time now and sometimes I miss the fun. For my profession however I have everything I need. That said, not being the power user myself with all the bells and whistles, there are a fairly amount of ready to go features I still need to discover.
The best part of all is the community to me and I confess to read very often in the forums. So if that counts as a favorite feature from using Vivaldi, this would be it.