Fight screen clutter with Vivaldi
Screen clutter can harm your productivity more than you think. Unclutter and see the benefits, including the icing on the cake – the coveted extra screen real estate.
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In a few words [[ Less is More ]]
Hadden89 last edited by
I don't like minimalism at all.. I'm more into compacting things and... oh, with Vivaldi you can
There's a difference between minimalism and simplicity.
luetage last edited by
Toggling the UI is a truly outstanding Vivaldi feature. The one thing missing from the UI-less experience is access to the extension action dropdown menus via Quick Commands or extension keyboard shortcuts.
It is good to say about Fullscreen mode: F-keys make a good job:
F3 - find in page
F4 - toggles panels (Bookmarks, Downloads, History, Windows, Web panel)
F6 - toggles Bookmark panel
F8 - shows address bar
Can I save a tilled view into a bookmark all-in-one to quickly access to it ?
@macadoum Not with bookmarks, but you can do this with a "saved session".
- Type "F2"
- Type "session"
- Select "save open tabs as session" to create a new one
- or "open saved session" to re-open one you created already
Daniel9 last edited by
I have switched to Vivaldi for my office and home office use. The efficiency and adaptability are outstanding!
Juje last edited by
@blisca: Thanks for the tip of that F8.
I never knew you could hide the address bar and toggle it back in a pop-up style :O.
»Hint: what you need to do is hover your mouse over the area of the browser controls, and they will appear.« This is not true.
@Podrageanu I don't know how that got overlooked.
We are still waiting for Option to Autohide Tab Bar/UI