When positioned left or right, the tabbar eventually (by v.11) only displayed the thumbnails.
Quote from: ersi on 2015-03-10, 15:24:38When positioned left or right, the tabbar eventually (by v.11) only displayed the thumbnails.I don't think thumbnails arrived quite that early?
More important, if you right click on the tabbar → customize, you can choose to enable or disable thumbnails in tabs. Alternatively use opera:config#UserPrefs|UseThumbnailsInsideTabs.
I always thought disabling the tabbar and using the window panel was a lot more useful than the vertical tabbar. I think the thumbnails gave the vertical tabbar more right to exist, although I wouldn't ever use 'em.
@ersi, do we have any JS experts here?It should be possible to implement spatial navigation entirely using JS, but that would require some work...
Attachments in notes? Next step is embedding Facebook and Google share buttons there? :-D
Frenzie. Not sure if he would like to implement spatial navigation, but he knows JS.
Otter advantages over Vivaldi
@Frenzie, does it work nicely with SELECT?
@Frenzie If spatial navigation in JS exists, then surely Fast Forward exists too, maybe even in several forms, and it's just a matter of slapping it onto Otter.
However, I think it'd be pretty hard to get it right. Otherwise we'd have seen something semi-decent from a non-Opera source by now, I'd think?
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