Dragging out tabs



  • Hey just wanted to say I'm really enjoying the browser - great customization and aesthetic. One suggestion I have, which really should be essential for a chromium browser - is the ability to drag out tabs into separate windows like in chrome. The move to > new window option is far too time consuming and uncomfortable, additionally the new window opens up with another tab of the homepage - this shouldn't happen. P.S. The feature that allows you to 'stack' multiple tabs into one is AWESOME! Incredibly helpful. Besides that, are there going to be further options to customize the color scheme?



  • @Anti:

    Hey just wanted to say I'm really enjoying the browser - great customization and aesthetic. One suggestion I have, which really should be essential for a chromium browser - is the ability to drag out tabs into separate windows like in chrome.

    The move to > new window option is far too time consuming and uncomfortable, additionally the new window opens up with another tab of the homepage - this shouldn't happen.

    P.S. The feature that allows you to 'stack' multiple tabs into one is AWESOME! Incredibly helpful.

    Besides that, are there going to be further options to customize the color scheme?

    With the non-native UI, developers have remarked that dragging out tab to new window has proved difficult to code. But they will get it done, I'm sure.

    There will ultimately be too many options for color scheme and overall UI skining for any single person to ever fully explore if the customization options envisioned by the founder are ever fully developed. If one was ever familiar with Classic Opera, one can see how that would be the case.



  • If its complicated, some shortcut or key combination would be appreciated ..it's kinda turn off sometimes.



  • @gagaboul Dragging tabs to create a new window is available in V1.5 Snapshots. Still a bit "flaky" but being worked on for 1.5 stable.



  • @TbGbe It's also worth noting that you must drag and drop the tabs in the browser space - not outside and onto the desktop.

    It's not yet like Chromium where you drag tags OFF the Chromium window to spawn a new one (unless this is specifically an issue with my desktop/window manager on Cinnamon with Linux Mint 18).



  • @ben2talk - Here on Windows, you must drag the tab off the browser surface. If you drag it onto the browser, it crashes.


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