Icons of Extensions-Where are they? [solved].



  • I've installed a couple of Chrome extensions, but where are their icons? How to use extensions if I have no access to their icons on the UI, nor in contextual menu or keyboard shortcuts? :huh:


  • Moderator

    Those are not yet implemented, open vivaldi://extensions to manage them.



  • @An_dz:

    Those are not yet implemented, open vivaldi://extensions to manage them.

    We have a dedicated menu now.

    V –> Tools --> Show extensions



  • The menu item was working earlier today, but now is greyed out.

    Mac OS 10.10.4



  • The dedicated extensions menu is working in Vivaldi Windows x32.


  • Moderator

    @The_Solutor:

    We have a dedicated menu now.

    V –> Tools --> Show extensions

    I know, but the OP may be using an older version. I don't know if the menu is present in TP4 as I skipped it.



  • I may be using not the last version of Vivaldi. Extensions are not in Tools menu.
    I found the browser's extensions page with Quick Command.
    I love the Quick Command tool. It has a great potencial, it could have so many features. It could lunch bookmarklets and extensions. :ohmy:


  • Moderator

    @Maalo:

    I may be using not the last version of Vivaldi. Extensions are not in Tools menu.
    I found the browser's extensions page with Quick Command.
    I love the Quick Command tool. It has a great potencial, it could have so many features. It could lunch bookmarklets and extensions. :ohmy:

    Go to https://vivaldi.net/en-US/blogs to get the latest version.



  • @Ayespy:

    @Maalo:

    I may be using not the last version of Vivaldi. Extensions are not in Tools menu.
    I found the browser's extensions page with Quick Command.
    I love the Quick Command tool. It has a great potencial, it could have so many features. It could lunch bookmarklets and extensions. :ohmy:

    Go to https://vivaldi.net/en-US/blogs to get the latest version.

    The last version has a Cromeless UI mode. That is great. Downloading.
    In the old Opera I used to set it up hiding tabs, address bar and title bar (in Linux), then using Ctrl+tab for visualizing tabs in the pop-up window and then another pop-up window (Ctrl+L) for typing in the web address + the possibility of resizing the browser window.


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