Want a little more screen real estate?
The Vivaldi browser has become my daily driver for much of my config work at GrantBook. Here’s one reason why.
I use the
L shortcut a fair bit to jump to the address bar with my keyboard. Because that’s easy to remember I’ve setup
L to hide my address bar in Vivaldi. On some websites I find you just don’t need it.
You set it up like this.
I still use Chrome for its convenient
Add to desktop feature to access my email, calendar, task manager and other apps in standalone windows, but Vivaldi is where I work on my projects.