I started using PWAs a few weeks ago. For now, i only use 3:
Google Docs (you can even use it offline with it's offline extension)
pomofocus.io: Great free pomodoro tool - you can assign pomodoro sessions to specific tasks and see reports of your usage later.
It's not from me, but from:
This URL compiles and seems more stable than the searX URLs, which may vary in time, and depend of your localization (?)
I've put it in a dedicated Speed-dial page.
I already can see that the list is updated from time to time, so I dunno if paulgo will stay the best.
But for now it works fine.
Currently, Keyboard shortcuts are not synchronised. If you lose them, saving a cheat-sheet as a JPG, PDF, or hard copy will make it easier to reset them to what you had before, if you should ever lose them.
I fully expanded the cheat-sheet, then captured the scrolling page with FastStone Capture, before cropping the image.
Command Chain Shortcuts.png
@smerugu28 said in [HOW TO] Manually Backup/Restore/Transfer your profile to another device 🖥↔💾↔💻:
Try it by yourself and see how the sync works. Then only you will understand.
I have 9 synchronised copies of Vivaldi on 3 laptops, 1 desktop, 1 netbook, 2 phones and a tablet. I then manage another 6 synchronised copes of Vivaldi for my wife. I understand very well how sync works.
Now it does not work on 2 Stable and 1 Snapshot installation thanks to the Sync search engine function.
Like chasing own tail when you do not know what priority it takes and from what installation it overwrites backup.
Did reset Chrome settings
Hope it stays this way.
@nomadic said in Guide | Make Extension Keyboard Shortcuts Work [Windows 10 & 11]:
If you are on Linux or MacOS, I am sure there is an equivalent way to remap a keyboard shortcut
Fyi, on macOS i can confirm BetterTouchTool also works to accomplish the same thing;
You just create a Keyboard Shortcut for the Vivaldi app and record the shortcut. Then add an action to it to Send Keyboard Shortcut which executes the Keyboard shortcut you set for the Vivaldi extension...
As someone who relied on this for a while, let me share a workaround and a mindset change. Torrent clients such as utorrent or qbittorrent have a watched folder option which vacuums up all downloaded torrents. Once I found this I no longer had to rely on the browser (or me) opening these files. Take it a step further and in qbittorrent you can set up a level of automation that is very seamless. Pick a default downloads folder and any added torrent will start and use that. With the automatic management, once you add a category to the torrent (presumably after you check the completed ones) files get relocated to their final HDD seeding place according to another path, this time set for the category. This allows you to leverage SSD speeds (during downloading) if that is holding the downloads folder, and still give control over the final location.
@ryanchuang Hi - it's possible, but you have to do some manual things.
I have created a text file:
Added the file as Ad Blocking Source
! Title: Adblock Filters (personal)
This uses the regular Adblock ruleset:
If you make changes you need to disable+enable the list or restart the browser.
@bizarro Thanks, I've updated my table above! I also added 🚫 to a bunch of the entries, to help illustrate this is a more widespread problem than with just Swisscows.
It looks like suggest URLs exist but aren't supported by Vivaldi for 7 different engines I've added -- Yahoo, Google Play, Merriam-Webster Dictionary, Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, Reddit, Swisscows, and Wolfram|Alpha.