[BUG VB-17780] In Bookmark Bar, opening all bookmarks inside a folder



  • Hi, At Bookmark Bar, if I middle click in a folder, it doesn't open all its bookmarks, like in Bookmark Panel. I always used this feature a lot with other browsers, but with Vivaldi I can't... Thanks!



  • I reported that as VB-17780, seem it's a regression.

    The interested dev should be already on it as we speak.



  • Thanks a lot for your quick reply! ;)



  • For the record it is already fixed internally. You should see the fix in the next snapshot.



  • I'm trying the lastest Snapshot 1.2.490.3, but I still have this bug for subfolders in Bookmark Bar.


  • Moderator

    Context menu and special button functions for subfolders on the bookmark bar do not exist yet.



  • The bug is fixed. Middle-click opens all bookmarks in a folder on the bookmarks bar.

    Nobody said anything about subfolders.


  • Moderator

    Rulumbelino, just above me said: "…but I still have this bug for subfolders in Bookmark Bar"

    Pardon my ignorance, but I could have sworn this was a reference to subfolders.



  • @Ayespy:

    Context menu and special button functions for subfolders on the bookmark bar do not exist yet.

    Do you know when they could be implemented?


  • Moderator

    I really don't. I kind of assume they must be a bit fraught to code, because it's been so long now that they have not been included in the browser - either that, or other features and options are just so pressing that they are not at the top of anyone's priority list.

    But no one will be happier than I will to see them get into the code.



  • @Pesala:

    The bug is fixed. Middle-click opens all bookmarks in a folder on the bookmarks bar.

    Nobody said anything about subfolders.

    When I opened this topic I referred to a folder(any) in Bookmark Bar, not just folders in the Bookmark Bar root.



  • @Ayespy:

    I really don't. I kind of assume they must be a bit fraught to code, because it's been so long now that they have not been included in the browser - either that, or other features and options are just so pressing that they are not at the top of anyone's priority list.

    But no one will be happier than I will to see them get into the code.

    Ok, that makes sense, and maybe we can have some luck soon… :)


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