...to be resolved like Windows' lack of a compose key.
Anyway, while a couple of browser tabs are integral to my current job, the only annoyance I really have with Chrome is its Ctrl+Tab behavior, but there's an extension for that. I haven't felt a pressing need to experiment with other Chromia like Opera or Vivaldi.
The kind of tiling I (sometimes) use is browser Win key+left, Word Win key+right.
Tell me you don't like it.
Same works in Vivaldi, but there you can tile a random selection from a multitude by Ctrl+click.
Of course I like it. I have no idea why only Opera and MyIE2 ever offered the option. But I don't need it.
Dragging a tab off in its own window on the second monitor is typically more efficient if that's what you need to do.
Quote from: ersi on 2018-07-27, 17:38:51Same works in Vivaldi, but there you can tile a random selection from a multitude by Ctrl+click.Which is how Windows 95 through XP did it using the taskbar. Vista killed it. 7 added Win+arrows but it should've been another way to trigger the same effect.
Yes, a great loss. I have not even found a statusbar or windows-list widget in Linux that would do the same thing: Ctrl+click a random selection of opened windows and then apply some group actions on the selected windows.
Quote from: ersi on 2018-07-28, 19:01:34Yes, a great loss. I have not even found a statusbar or windows-list widget in Linux that would do the same thing: Ctrl+click a random selection of opened windows and then apply some group actions on the selected windows.Not even in KDE or Cinnamon? Huh, that's weird. It's just such a self-evident mechanism. No one ever taught me it was there.
It's not in Xfce taskbar either, is it? Perhaps it indicates that it's not so universally self-evident after all.
It's self-evident because that's how you're taught...
Taught by whom? By reading manuals, help files, and documentation? [...]Occasionally I meet new colleagues who don't even know there is such a thing as right-click menu and you can select stuff there to do stuff. Sadly, instruction in the computer section is severely lacking.
It doesn't help that Nadella is into all the cloud stuff. Have you ever used Office 365 online? On the one hand it's freaking amazing that you can quickly open a Word document or something perfectly without having to install Office, on the other hand it's horribly slow and trying to work on an Excel document with a few people at once (the main supposed attraction there) is a complete and utter disaster.I strongly suspect real Excel on a 286 is faster and more featureful than Excel online on a top of the line Intel Core i7 model.
Note: Sync is currently only available in the Snapshot version of Vivaldi. Find out more about the difference between Snapshot and Stable on the Vivaldi Blog.
When did Vivaldi add Chrome(ium) extension support? Since it supposedly has synchronization these days as well (though I can't seem to find it) I just might switch.
How do you even remember the time when extensions were not there? Obviously they wanted to implement extensions asap, otherwise the extensions crowd (i.e. the overwhelming majority) would not use it.
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