Selecting multiple individual tabs can be done by holding Ctrl (⌘ on macOS) and clicking on the tabs, or you can select a range of tabs, from left to right, by holding Shift and clicking on a tab.
(Also cascade and choosing to tile vertically, but I've never quite understood the point of cascade.)
Back when I didn't know any better, I used Cascade to get all the open windows visible at once to select the next window. This was useful when there were already very many windows open so that I had lost track of them.
Edit: Concerning selecting browser tabs, I like the way you can select them arbitrarily in Vivaldi and then tile or cascade or do other such operations with the selection - with Ctrl+click of course.
I'm not quite sure what you mean by didn't know any better but it can definitely be useful to read the full window title.
Everybody does. Opera's failure in this regard is that it only worked properly in the windows panel.
Talking about old Opera or the new?
As far as I know, Vivaldi does not have a tray icon. Does the current Chropera?
Just in time for the GDPR nonsense taking full force, Opera's VPN stopped working.
hi all,flash is back in opera presto on YT
Quote from: ersi on 2018-05-26, 05:59:00Just in time for the GDPR nonsense taking full force, Opera's VPN stopped working.There's no connection between the two things.
1- Opera's VPN keeps on working for Windows version. Why it doesn't anymore for Linux you have to ask Opera.
2- GDPR is not "nonsense". Maybe you prefer the American's Big Brother way of "freedom", I don't. There's no alternatives.
EU big brother is no better from American big brother.
I have been rather clear what I mean by nonsense, namely it makes internet clunkier to use and it does not provide a single benefit.
Maybe... but it has a different perfume.
RGPD starts with changing processes that applies to everyone as citizens. For example, I agree entirely that everybody has the right to not allow public or private services to make copies of people's ID card.
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