Open a page in web-panel via context menu and button on toolbar
maxtao last edited by LonM
I need to open a page in a web-panel (sidebar) without adding it there.
I want to stick one page (to make it visible always) and see it when I'm working with other tabs.
In my example I want to see an order or cart all the time when opening another products.
Or comparing one product with another. One is opened in web-panel (to see it always) - others is opening in tabs.
By the way, there are a lot of examples when sticking one page in front of eyes on the left while switching different tabs on the right will be useful. Split screen feature doesn't provide it as It works only with selected tabs.
I found such functionality in Firefox Add-on. Look https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/open-link-in-sidebar/ Now I can open a page in a sidebar from context menu (bookmarks also). I wish to have button on a extension bar also. And I wish it to have in Vivaldi
Look there is an option in context menu and I can't open every page in the side bar! This is very convenient.
@maxtao Can't you just add a page in the sidebar, then remove it once you're done? If you click the + button in the panel bar it auto-enters the current URL to make it easier.
@LonM what if I need to add it everytime. And it is inconvenient and not native. Look Firefox with the extension.
I'm tired to drag tab to web panel and then to delete it every time...
This user wants to page in a panel with left click + shift on a link https://forum.vivaldi.net/topic/38814/open-new-panel-by-clicking-link-with-shift-press
@maxtao No one voted for this feature request yet, so don't hold your breath waiting for it. There are about 2,000 feature requests. If a feature is currently being worked on, it will be tagged as In Progress. Otherwise, you won't hear any news.