Posts Tagged ‘tab stacking’

Technical Preview 3 of Vivaldi Browser is Out Now

Tuesday, April 28th, 2015

I haven’t taken a look at Vivaldi for a while now, but this article makes me think that I probably should …

Technical Preview 3 of the Vivaldi web browser is out introducing several new features and improvements to technical preview users. Most of the features landed in the browser’s developer edition which is a cutting edge but sometimes less stable version of the browser. If you have used the technical preview version of the browser until now you may be surprised by the sheer number of new and improved features that Vivaldi’s development team packed into the new version.


Tab Stacking for Firefox Introduces Better Tab Overflow Handling

Friday, June 29th, 2012

If you’re like most of us, and you’ve always got about a dozen tabs open at the same time, then you might want to check this one out …

Tab stacking, originally implemented into the Opera web browser and later on added to Chrome’s experimental features in a slightly different fashion seems to be one of the features that every browser will end up with eventually. Firefox users up until now did not really have an option to stack their tabs. Other options were available though in form of configuration changes to reduce the minimum allowed width for tabs in Firefox, and in form of the NOverflow extension which reduced the width of tabs in the browser automatically to continue displaying all tabs without scrolling on the screen.


Opera 11 Beta Available

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010

Strange that Opera is only a few years old … but they’re already up to version 11.

With Google Chrome leading the development pace, at least when it comes to increasing the version of the browser, Opera is second fastest in the game. The Norwegian company has just posted the first beta of Opera 11 on their website. This marks another big step in the development of the web browser, considering that Opera has changed a lot in the browser.