@balachandarsmr >This is called conditional tab strip. You can enable it by entering
Well, it's enabled, it's just glitching out of existence.
Unfortunately Vivaldi navigation bar above android navigation occupies extra space. We cannot use new bubble style tab bar conveniently. Vivaldi should remove bottom navigation bar.
If I have to choose between the bubble thingy and an address bar I can actually reach while holding my phone normally, I think the bottom navigation wins.
What I think might be cool would be if the tab groups would show up as tab groups in the tab bar one can enable and if u tap on a tab group the bubble thingy appears over the navigation bar. Atm tabs in a tab group show up as normal tabs in the tab bar.
@whizzwr Why? Well, because...
Because the world is round it turns me on
Because the world is round...aaaaaahhhhhh
Because the wind is high it blows my mind
Because the wind is high...aaaaaaaahhhh
Love is old, love is new
Love is all, love is you
Because the sky is blue, it makes me cry
Because the sky is blue...aaaaaaaahhhh
I'm glad that the update description is included on the Google Play page these days, but could I make one suggestion:
"today's snapshot contains:
[list of bugs]"
It should say
"today's snapshot addresses:” or "today's snapshot contains fixes for"...
The way it's written, it sounds like you're proudly telling people all the lovely bugs they can expect to see in this new snapshot!
@Steffie Well, thank goodness. Now i know there's one other person in the world for whom this bug also exists.
Vivaldi mobile (android) secure DNS keeps turning off
is it a bug or what? I add my custom DoH address, it stays there for a while then the DoH option turns off. Why? any solution? thanks
DoH keeps disabling, I tried on multiple phones.
@luetage said in Bottom address bar fixes – Vivaldi Android Browser snapshot 2049.2:
I wanna chime in again on the white line fix. I never saw it between tab and addressbar, because I don’t use the tab bar. But what I can say is that on my phone screen there is a gap at the bottom, when the addressbar is being at bottom without tabbar enabled. It's not a white line, the webpage beneath is simply showing through in that gap. So for me personally nothing has changed in this regard.
I can confirm. There is a white line at the bottom of address bar (tab bar is disabled, dark theme, address bar at bottom)
Also there is a delay when you close the last tab and Speed Dial showing up.
You can accidentally close Vivaldi when holding menu button (address bar at bottom). I think that menu shouldn't be activated by a long tap.
I would like to see a setting to open bookmark/dial in the new tab.
@TianlanSha I fear they need other chromium contributors interested in extensions support to keep the project updated -- and working -- with latest chromium.
Last time I checked - Kiwi was on chromium 77. Now is probably on 80, which is still old.
@poopooracoocoo said in Crash fixes – Vivaldi Android Browser snapshot 2020.3:
@mossman said in Crash fixes – Vivaldi Android Browser snapshot 2020.3:
It might be hard to find but there's always a way to skip (options like "not for now" etc.) - you really don't have to give it as it's illegal for them to block you if you don't.
Unfortunately that's not right. The way they work around it is by requiring you to have an Android device or emulator. They don't give you a way to skip.
My wife likes to keep a record of all her mail in Thunderbird, so on my monthly backup run I often have to log in to her GMail accounts and say "yes let Thunderbird read this [expletive] account again!". I can always skip any demand to "improve security". I really have never seen anything about Android or emulator, so I have no idea what you mean.
Same thing with her Yahoo! account, which has become extremely insistent on wanting more authentication details... just close the pop-up or find the little option somewhere to skip it. I said the word "illegal" earlier, and while I'm not 100% sure, I'm pretty certain that there's no way they can take your existing account access away from you without breaking some law - at least here in Europe.