Native skin and tabs touching the top of the screen



  • Those are the two things keeping me from using Vivaldi as a default browser. Opera, Chrome and other Chromium-based browsers have those options, how come Vivaldi doesn't have them? The default skin has buttons looking like Windows 8, but I'm using Windows 7, even if I had Windows 10, the UI would still look inconsistent, this isn't that big of a deal, but I have the habit of switching tabs without having to focus my eyes specifically on the tab or the cursor, since its easier just to drag it to the edge of the screen and click the tab you like. Another minor issue that kind of bothers me is that each time I close Vivaldi with one or more tabs, next time I relaunch it, it loads the same tabs, it's not that much of a bother, but I would really appreciate it if I could set it to start with a start or a blank page.



  • Tabs to top discussed several times before:

    https://vivaldi.net/en-US/forum/all/3828-stretch-tabs-to-edge-of-window

    It can be customised by editing a style sheet, no doubt it will be in the GUI later.

    The startup options are in the Settings. Make sure that you have the latest snapshot build.

    https://vivaldi.net/blogs/teamblog/



  • duplicated, sorry



  • @Deyirn:

    The default skin has buttons looking like Windows 8, but I'm using Windows 7, even if I had Windows 10, the UI would still look inconsistent

    Excuse me, but in what Vivaldi is supposed to look inconsistent in win 10?

    Regarding win 7, could be better to make it consistent with the actual trends rather than asking for the opposite

    http://www.askvg.com/download-windows-8-rtm-theme-for-windows-7/

    Anyway, sooner or later, the official support for skinning will come, then even a Cyberpunk vivaldi will be possible.


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