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options for how tabs open in Vivaldi Browser


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#1 cafejose

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Posted 27 January 2018 - 01:44 AM

Clicking on an internet hyperlink and choosing to open in new tab, when using Vivaldi Browser, forces the new tab to open immediately over the source page.  I wish that the new tab would open BUT NOT IMMEDIATELY display the hyperlinked page; I want to stay on the same page and open multiple web addresses each in new tabs without any of those tabs immediately showing their web page.  HOW do I make Vivaldi do this way?  I looked in all the settings and find NOTHING for this.

 

 

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Vivaldi

1.0.435.46 () (32-bit)

 

on the operating system Windows Vista, s.p.2

32-bit computer, laptop

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That version of Vivaldi is the latest which will (supposedly) work in Windows Vista.



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Posted 27 January 2018 - 02:03 AM

Ain't that something?  I just now visited a couple of websites to use and opened clicked to open a hyperlink page and looked carefully at the right-click menu items:  "open link in background tab"

 

NOW I know how to do what I asked. 

Right click the link, and choose "open link in background tab".






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