Vivaldi unlocks full versatility with Accordion Tabs and Command Chains
jon Vivaldi Team last edited by
Vivaldi’s latest update on desktop and notebooks lets you expand tab groups with Accordion Tabs and run browser commands in a sequence with a single shortcut. Download Vivaldi 4.1.
Click here to see the full blog post
Pesala - Ambassador - last edited by Pesala
@jon Update failed due to unspecified error.
I checked for updates and clicked on Install. Vivaldi closed OK, but installation failed.
I am using: 4.0.2312.41 (Stable channel) (64-bit)
The same happens if I respond the Windows notification that a new version is available.
I downloaded the installer, and it installed OK from that.
another great release!
@jon Thank you for the update!
Developing Command Chains (Macros basically) just shows this browser's focus towards productivity. And silent-update and Accordion Tabs are neat features as well. I just want to say it is much appreciated!
Congratulations, and best of luck going forward!
Ruarí Vivaldi Team last edited by
@pesala: Can't reproduce that here. I wonder if you got a partial download and this is then cached (for a while locally), hence the second failure.
Pesala - Ambassador - last edited by
@jon3 For me, double-click results in restoring the window. Double-click on the tab bar is the way to restore/maximise the window.
MasterLeo29 - Ambassador - last edited by
Yes! Love the chain commands! Already spreading the magic at the office
thomasp Vivaldi Team last edited by
@jon3: Do you perhaps have Close Tab on Double Click enabled in Settings > Tabs > Tab Handling?
@thomasp yes, it is one enabled.
jon says in article "If you prefer your accordions to stay open, use arrow or double-click them."
suppose that means double click on arrow should make stack stay open.
I think it might be a bug because double click arrow should apply to tab stack and not close a tab even with former setting enabled.
varsha Vivaldi Team last edited by
Catweazle last edited by
@jon , thank you, great job 👍👏
double clicking accordion stack arrow worked unexpectedly with 'double click to close tab' setting enabled.
expanded tab stack :
double click on arrow > closes tab which is just outside tab stack.
collasped tab stack : double click on arrow > close the rightmost tab inside stack.
Expected behavior: double click arrow should do nothing.
should I report a bug?
Please change the UI of this browser it look so ancient, and also improve the performance of Vivaldi instead of adding more useless junk. Vivaldi is the most sluggish browser among the ones that I have used, like Edge Chromium, Brave, Opera, Firefox and Chrome. I stopped using Vivaldi after 3.7 but I miss Vivaldi.
Catweazle last edited by
@peterpanm , ancient UI? only depends on your choice, take a look in the settings or in the example UIs of other users, here and here.
It works really fast for me, faster than Edge and others I have and the features are not junk, a lot of users has request them, because they need this for their work. If you don't need them, don't use them or use another browser, easy, but don't come here to denigrate the work of others.
AltCode last edited by
@jon3 If you haven't already, I think you should.
Culip last edited by Culip
Command Chain sounds like a huge potential..!! 🌄💖💯
Hope the next version polishes the menu bar, like Edge or Firefox 🍀
DoctorG - Ambassador - last edited by
@culip Yes, it has much more potential. Stay tuned for future Snapshot versions to test more.
hiimsergey last edited by
Another happy landing
raystanz last edited by
Chained commands are awesome!!!