Request: Ability to use scroll wheel button on prev,forward,homepage button.



  • I would like to use mouse wheel on prev, forward to go back and duplicate page, and use scroll wheel button to have homepage on new tab. Sorry for bad explanation.



  • rather than create a new topic ill just add to this one as its related. i would like the option to remove the scroll button when clicked just below a tab that extends them into pages. i always accidentally click it instead of closing a window and have to drag it back up.



  • @no1joe:

    rather than create a new topic ill just add to this one as its related. i would like the option to remove the scroll button when clicked just below a tab that extends them into pages. i always accidentally click it instead of closing a window and have to drag it back up.

    Are you referring to the "Tab Thumbnails" which are displayed by middle-click?
    It seems this "feature" can't be turned off :unsure:

    Surely a workaround for you would be just to use left click for window close.



  • Left-click only works if the Close button is shown on the tabs, and it seems that no1joe has an issue with accuracy with the mouse.

    There's a setting to "Close tab on double-click," but I find keyboard shortcuts much easier.

    I use Ctrl W to close a tab, Ctrl Shift W to exit.



  • Reading no1joe's post - I thought he was referring to closing a Vivaldi "Window" not a tab!?
    With the implication of many tabs open in that window so tabs bar is "full" - extending under the Window controls.
    The tab setting has no effect on that.



  • @TbGbe:

    Reading no1joe's post - I thought he was referring to closing a Vivaldi "Window" not a tab!?
    With the implication of many tabs open in that window so tabs bar is "full" - extending under the Window controls.
    The tab setting has no effect on that.

    I see no reason why anyone would be using middle-click on the X at top right to close the Browser Window. Middle-click on a tab closes the tab, and if one was trying to do that, it would not be hard to click the tab bar separator and open the previews as described.



  • @Pesala:

    I see no reason why anyone would be using middle-click on the X at top right to close the Browser Window. Middle-click on a tab closes the tab, and if one was trying to do that, it would not be hard to click the tab bar separator and open the previews as described.

    I agree with what you are saying, but middle click on Window close does work. Hence my initial response.
    Hopefully no1joe will come back and clarify whether any "workaround" does what he wants B)


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