Just an article which links several vivaldi mods — as modding section is growing up a lot.
I won’t link everything – almost impossible – but most useful mods found in forum, usually from modding section (sometimes from other forum areas).
Mods are chosen under a “non conflictual criteria”.
So I won’t usually link mods which could break other mods, never tested or broken by recent snapshot updates.
There are several mods: some are just CSS, some others are JS, some are CSS+JS and some others again could be CSS+JS+html with or without a “companion” extension. But you should find any info following the links.
Before start modding, you have to read and understand the pinned thread.
And all the info in the mod thread, or it will likely fail.
Now, we have an additional way to hook mods, if you prefer to avoid fiddle to much with browser.html.
Of course, you’ll still need to hook the injector there.
TIP: Don’t be tempted to hook every mod. Just choose the ones that are most useful to you.
[CHROMIUM (core) MODS]
[EXTENSION AREA MODS]
[Disable extension buttons (via CSS)] (If you are not using toggle JS mod)
[Extensions on footer] (statusbar)
[Footer on top] (aka known as status bar)
[Panel overlay] (if you use floating panel, just use mode above)
Scaling mods: speed dial handling is complex and not always work as expected, so I’ll leave the various configurations made below. You can test them ONLY one by one. By default, they rely on a fixed UI scale. Not meant to be dynamic.
[Pure CSS mod to have smaller dials (110% UI)] (Most used mod)
[Pure CSS hack to have smaller dials] (A big css hack to trick vivaldi UI. Built around 50% UI)
[JS/CSS mod for smaller dials] (Another experiment about speed dials)
[Audio Icon Mod] (Only Windows)
[Two rows of text on tabs] (need v2 RC version)
[Bookmark button (Urlbar)] (This will actually hide the bookmark bar)
[Sync button in urlbar (from tabbar)] (experimental, may not work)
[UI MODS (ENHANCEMENTS)]
[Compact panel sizes] (test)
[Vivaldi Mod for RGB cases] (sadly I can’t test this)
[USER FILES MODS] (Page Actions)
These mods are for webpages and should be placed under user_files. You can then access to them with <> icon in footer. Could be erased at any update, so keep a copy somewhere else.
[Follower tabs] (Method 2)