4. MOUSE GES­TURES

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If key­board short­cuts aren't your thing, Vivaldi sup­ports mouse ges­tures as well. Our fa­vorite is prob­a­bly the one that opens a new tab by a sim­ple down­ward mouse stroke (while hold­ing down the right mouse but­ton), which feels a lot quicker than hit­ting Ctrl + T. The range of sup­ported ges­tures is pretty im­pres­sive, in­clud­ing the abil­ity to close tabs, reload a page, and even re­open a closed tab.

On top of that, you can even add files and screen­shots as notes. For the lat­ter, there isn't even any need to go through the has­sle of do­ing it man­u­ally as select­ing the screen­shot option will au­to­mat­i­cally capture the page and store it as part of a par­tic­u­lar note.

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