NiteShdw last edited by
I just found the answer and I'm very excited about it:
Tampermonkey is not working in webpanels for now.
I made a userscript for Google Translate: Select and drag desired text to Google Translate, the script will clear the contents of text area before dropping in it.
If I could make the sidepanel button (on the left edge of the screen) open when I hovering the draged text above it, then it would be more usefull.
luetage last edited by
Works well, good job. But you need neither Tampermonkey nor Violentmonkey for this. Just drag the script to the extensions page to install and it will function. That's one of Vivaldi's upsides compared to Opera and Chrome.
@luetage o_O Didn't know it - I'm sold. :D Vivaldi geting closer to my heart with every little hidden superpower. <3
LonM last edited by
Also, you can use a userjs that injects a stylesheet onto the page to avoid having to use a styler extension. But that's kind of annoying to manage.
Thanks for the info.
Is it possible to place an icon of the userscript on the address bar to turn on/off easily without opening the extensions page?
I just made another userscript for this thread: a userscript to fix Gmail context menu in mobile view.
I think I will open a new topic for userscripts and CSS dedicated to webpanels. :)