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Old 12-22-2016, 07:55 PM   #91
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The Reader View feature has been very helpful to me. I have to do a lot of health-related research, and using that view to print web pages is fantastic.

   
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Old 12-27-2016, 04:03 PM   #92
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The Reader View feature has been very helpful to me. I have to do a lot of health-related research, and using that view to print web pages is fantastic.
I haven't tried that. Must have a look.

Vivaldi has had several quick upgrades in the past couple of weeks, and it's now my main browser. The couple of Chrome extensions it wouldn't work with properly are now working as specified, so I'm sticking with it.

   
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Good to know...I really need to look at it more closely...


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Latest Vivaldi update has full screen capture for web pages, including the part that is off-screen.

   
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Latest Vivaldi update has full-screen capture for web pages, including the part that is off-screen. See attached.
Plus it now handles bookmarks properly, which I've been needing ever since I started using it and imported my Chrome bookmarks. I've been cursing the clunky bookmark non-interface all this time.

   
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Plus it now handles bookmarks properly, which I've been needing ever since I started using it and imported my Chrome bookmarks. I've been cursing the clunky bookmark non-interface all this time.
What is the improvement you see? My problem with the bookmarks is when I drag a bookmark into the folder the bookmark display jumps to the top of the list. I see no easy workaround for this, either.

   
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What is the improvement you see? My problem with the bookmarks is when I drag a bookmark into the folder the bookmark display jumps to the top of the list. I see no easy workaround for this, either.
I found the dragging bookmarks awkward too. Sometimes they wouldn't go into the right folder. It seems to be more like Chrome now.

   
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I just tested again. If I drag a bookmark into a folder that is not in the top part of the list, immediately after I drag it the focus of the bookmark panel changes to the top of the list. This is not good, because it's not unusual for me to research a topic and drag many bookmarks in along the way. Forcing me to scroll down every time is a waste of time.

Are you seeing this behavior?

   
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I just tested again. If I drag a bookmark into a folder that is not in the top part of the list, immediately after I drag it the focus of the bookmark panel changes to the top of the list. This is not good because it's not unusual for me to research a topic and drag many bookmarks in along the way. Forcing me to scroll down every time is a waste of time.

Are you seeing this behavior?
I haven't tried that. I'll give it a go and see what happens.

   
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