Wow, you've got a lot of different password managers installed. Impressive, as much as confusing. 😉
The topic of this old thread relates to the Vivaldi browser app cooperating with Android Autofill Service when a password manager is installed. This used to be an issue.
I don't think that Vivaldi installs itself as an Android Autofill Service (yet). And I'm not certain that Vivaldi has aims to do so in the future as this may be quite a different ball game.
Like any other browser, Vivaldi is capable of storing passwords in a protected manner and autofill these as the occasion occurs on a webpage one visits. It does not provide this autofill service beyond the browser, such as other Android apps or the Android system itself.
@pafflick Good to know thank you! I just got here wih a link, I didn't realize it.
But my suggestion about the default value applies to Mobile too:
Is it possible to have the button "Dark Mode" there by default and we can Toggle it on to get Dark Mode? Instead of having it ONLY when ALL website are forced to dark
Hey! After updating to Vivaldi 5.6, you can now go to Settings > General > Menu Settings, choose from 2 presets or put together your own custom layout for the menu bar in the main menu. Just drag and drop your favorite features to the top five positions on custom layout the list.
@ZD8 I tried to install ARM x64 version of Vivaldi, it get through installation process but not without problems, sadly. It complained about outdated dependencies. I had a shortcut for the app in the app drawer but it didn't want to launch. We might want to wait until stable Ubuntu Touch 20.04 is finally released.