I love a lot about Vivaldi, a Chromium-based browser created by ex-Opera people “for our friends”.
I maintain that Opera 12 with the Presto engine was the best browser ever made, and several of Vivaldi’s power user features are inspired by ones that Opera Presto pioneered, notably in the tab management area.
One small annoyance I had recently with Vivaldi is that the browser dev tools are hidden by default behind a submenu in the page context menu. I’m right-click-slamming “Inspect” on page elements throughout the day, and this added hurdle, equivalent to walking a tightrope with my mouse cursor, won’t do.
Fortunately, you can customize many of the menus in Vivaldi, including this one:
- Head to Settings → Appearance (
- Under Menu → Menu Customization, select Page from the select menu
- In the Content pane below, scroll down to the end and select [Developer Tools] (as Subfolder)
- Right-click on [Developer Tools] and uncheck Show as Subfolder
Here’s what the Settings page looks like:
Now the page context menu looks like this: