Hi I'm new
PhilippeLebel last edited by
I just installed Vivaldi yesterday and I'm trying to configure it t make it usable as firefox (my previous navigator) was. Not an easy task.
I still don't understand how to disable autoplay. Something so basic should be clear and natively implemented as for me.
After I hope to find more tools in this navigator than the old unmovable firefox (wich I'm fed up with).
I would like to be able to color my bookmarks folders. I saw it's in feature request. I hope it will be implemented soon to help me to find my feet in my bilions of bookmarks.
I also would like tags for bookmarks and it's seam not already implemented. Vivaldi is late for this feature too. sad
I'm not sure to move definitely but I'm looking for a navigator turned for users. with features as you can expect in 2020. I hope it's the good one
@PhilippeLebel Welcome to the Community. Here are a few links for your bookmarks that you may find useful:
- Vivaldi Help
- Forum Markdown Help
- Using the Forum Search
- Bug Reports
- Modding Vivaldi
- Web Panels
- Vivaldi for Android
- Snapshot vs Stable
- Vivaldi's Business Model
Although Option to Disable Autoplay is a popular request, it is still not currently being worked on, just on the todo list we can say.
With nearly 2,800 feature requests, and a small team, those needed by few users or difficult to implement may have to wait for a long time. Wherever you see that a feature is tagged as In Progress, it may get done this year rather than next.
PhilippeLebel last edited by Gwen-Dragon
Thank you it's interesting.
You send me this link :
Is there a way to order them by vote, post or view?
At this link I can see that adding tab is first but not in progress.
by the way I can sort them in this page but not select only tagged topic
furthermore, I not able to drag and drop a tab to a sub-folder in the bookmark bar. In a folder: yes but not in a folder inside a folder.
Do you know if there is a way to do it? I pray that is not a request in the middle of the others
*modedit fixed link
@PhilippeLebel Try the Advanced Search (click the gear icon in the Search Field at top right.
@PhilippeLebel , welcome to our community.
Dragging the tab to a subfolder is not possible at the moment, you can only do it by clicking on the bookmarks symbol in the Adressbar and selecting the corresponding folder in the list or add it from the subfolder.
You can make a Feature Request in the forum and as the votes of other users rise, the priority of including it in future versions of Vivaldi also increases. But since the team is small, it may take time, patience.
@PhilippeLebel Open a Bookmark folder or subfolder, right-click wherever you want to add a bookmark for the Active Tab, and select New Bookmark. Or, just use Add Active Tab to add the tab to the opened folder or subfolder. In Settings, Appearance, Customise Menu, you can move Add Active Tab above the list of bookmarks if you regularly add new bookmarks using this method.
See my tutorial on Configuring Vivaldi
PhilippeLebel last edited by
Ok it's another way to do and, despite I'm not used to, it's seem as quick as.