[Solved]Tab count always one larger than the real number of pages opened
proc211 last edited by
The new "speed dial only on home page" system just isn't good. I'm open to changes but even after a month's daily use, it still feels cumbersome. Because it is. Until now I've thought "they'll realize it's crap and change it back to how it was", but running out of patience I guess...
mrninko last edited by
So far I've not got used to new speed-dial opening and stupid opened page skipping after closing one (it everything skip to speed-dial, how ridiculous)!!
A Former User last edited by
The new speed dial/tab behaviour works logical. It makes sense. The sad thing is I liked the previous version far better too.
saudiqbal last edited by
It doesnt make sense to me, I liked the old method better, I just keep adding tabs. Cant wait for Vivaldi for Android.
luzandro last edited by
It doesn't really make sense. Now there are two different ways to open a new tab, but if I use the "new tab"-button, I can only use search (suggestions) and no speed dial, while the number of steps to get there is still the same ("tabs" -> "+" vs. "home" -> "search/adress bar").
On the other hand I can't "reuse" a tab using speeddial - if I want to close a tab and open one of my speed dial entries, I have to
- click the tabs button
- swipe up or click the "x"
- scroll all the way to the left and click the speeddial-tab OR click "back" and then click the "home"-button
at least 4 steps to get to something called "speeddial" is ridiculously complicated, while when using the search suggestions the same can be achieved with exactly one click on the addressbar. This different behavior is just a mess and not logical.
Deleted User last edited by
Design....yeah... i'd say it is a mindless bullsh#t.
I really don't know who is such an idiot to come out with this and who is so stupid to let this happen.
I mean if we look around in the android browser section, all the mainstream browsers has defects and idiotic, unergonomic design with limited functionality. (like no option for a decent speed dial, or no close & exit button, allways reopen latest browser tabs, all the menu/function switches are on the top corners in the world of 5-6" smartphones...etc.)
But anyways, i never seen such idiotic solution like this. This is the way to revolutionize handheld browsers?
I do not think so... You are getting like facebook...putting all the mindless and useless shit to messenger without caring about the impacts on the users and ther opinion.
Why don't you working on a password management solution instead?
By the way, where did you hide the screen that shows the saved data chart?
zalex108 last edited by
all the menu/function switches are on the top corners in the world of 5-6" smartphones...etc
I did not think about that and the loss of energy and time involved
saskatchewan last edited by
Finally - the tab count shows the real number of tabs opened now.