Can't create an Island manually on MacOS Ventura
whataboutwolves last edited by
There are two methods to create a tab island:
Manual Island: If you prefer a more hands-on approach to organizing tabs, you can use the manual method to group tabs based on your current task or project, allowing for better focus and clarity.
To create a manual island, follow these steps:
- Select multiple tabs on the tab strip by pressing Control+Left click.
- These selected tabs will look brighter than the others.
- Right-click on the selected tabs and choose 'Create Island'
MacOS Ventura/M1 here, the way you describe to create a manual island does not work, nothing happens with Control+left click - too complicated anyway
JoannaCzajka Opera last edited by
For the manual way of creating a tab island:
We are working on "drag and drop" a tab onto another to create an island.
At the moment, you can select mutliple tabs (pressing shift or cmd). Once you selected them, you need to open a tab context menu (either by tapping with two fingers or pressing cmd + left click).