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  • The only reason I don't use the sidebar extensions is because it means having 2 sidebars. It looks out of place and is clunky. Here's a crude, quick mock-up of how it could look like: Vivaldi handles having sidebars with the internal browser features + web panels nicely. Also, a simple way of adding web panels would be very welcome.

  • +1

  • Perhaps a button could be added to the Reborn UI sidebar - when clicked a pop-up would merge containing icons of installed extension bar extensions?

    I dunno! But sidebar issue should be addressed ASAP 😕

    Let's email to the Chinese?

    Sidebar API perhaps needs some redo if it's going straight to Reborn sidebar without middleman-solution.

    Perhaps support middleman-solution for some time until most extension bar extensions are made into the upcoming system?

    One thing is for sure: Reborn sidebar is sort of limited space-wise... So solution is needed. Like: grouped extension bar icons and grouped instant messenger icons.

  • +1

    I like everything in the picture; also they way the opera icon and the open/close sidebar toggle button is put. Looks much better.

  • Hi andissprinkis, you may also be interested in this comment link to remove Opera sidebar from screen when unpinned?

    Vivaldi moves the unpinned sidebar from screen and auto-resizes the page, where Opera's unpinned sidebar presently remains dimmed on screen. As both browsers are built on Chromium, I believe Opera could also have what I consider to be a customisable feature?

  • +1

    Still using both tho, but it looks bad and takes too much space.

  • +1 for uni sidebar

    +1 for web panel(s)

  • there is only one sidebar. when you click a icon on it it opens a page not a sidebar.