@ender85 Vivaldi did not remove it, seems it came up with Chromium 102.0.5005.55 core.
As i investigated the "Fill passwords on account selection" setting is hidden in Flags on Chromium 101, too. Perhaps this bug: https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=1320044
@Stardust said in I cheat on Vivaldi with Firefox 😇:
@npro said in I cheat on Vivaldi with Firefox 😇:
So it's better Vivaldi actively further develops its own Adblock engine which can more directly talk to various APIs or replace them, than base on gorhill's -soon to be crippled- JS code.
I agree, and V-team could improve its own Adblocker anytime by added the core features from uBO and its UI.
yep, they should translate them to C/C++, thing is, I haven't read about any? further work on their adblocker since its inception, for example the CNAMEs, so I'm not that optimistic tbh.
BTW very nice new fancy signature you're having there 🐧
It's like saying I am using Arch BTW.
And a very good reading interpretation btw 🤫 😎
@Skygge said in Disable cross-site password hinting.:
How to disable it?
The password manager is Chromium core.
The Chromium devs have to fix it in upstream and when that is done, Vivaldi can get a fix.
Found a related bug in Chromiums tracker a6 https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=1170836&q=password save domain&can=2
But i dislike digging for more.
For what it's worth, I got the same result when testing in Chrome/Chromium 100, Edge 100, Opera 86 so this is clearly a Chromium core issue.
But yeah, pretty stupid idea to redo the request instead of just downloading from cache. Blame Chromium devs I guess - that's what we always do 😂
Also there is something wrong with that site, it does not give a correct number for the content-lenght header, this could even be a potential cause of the issue:
$ curl -I "https://transition.fcc.gov/fcc-bin/amq?call=&arn=&state=&city=&freq=530&fre2=1700&type=0&facid=&class=&list=4&ThisTab=Results+to+This+Page%2FTab&dist=&dlat2=&mlat2=&slat2=&NS=N&dlon2=&mlon2=&slon2=&EW=W&size=9"
expires: Mon, 02 May 2022 20:12:36 GMT
cache-control: max-age=0, no-cache, no-store
date: Mon, 02 May 2022 20:12:36 GMT
strict-transport-security: max-age=31536000 ; includeSubDomains
Actually, come to think of it, by the look of the cache-control, expires and pragma header, it might be that Chromium does the "correct" thing here, as the headers tell the client browser to not cache or store the content at all. Again, stupid, but this one's on the site devs.
I use Puppylinux, and I have used PM for years, but the Vivaldi is my main browser now. I still keep PM, and I use it for some specific sites, because I am too lazy to modify my settings. But I have a problem with sites that only want visits from the latest versions of other global browsers, and PM is not one of them.
Seamonkey was a product of it's time and the true lineal descendant of the netscape era.Still a solid stable browser i should add but has limited extensions.
See some people prefer what we call the "golden years" and don't really want or need contemporary bells and whistles and are quite happy to use a browser for what it was originally conceived for which was the display of only HTML documents.
However as time has gone on we have inadvertedly added components to a browser like multi media capacities and other extras whichis not in accordance with the purpose of a web browser.
Seamonkey still retains the spirit and essence of the original concept of a browser and there are still many people who wish to use such a tool.
Seamonkey was one of the shoulders that modern browsers stood on to get where they are today.
Why did Brave disable all but 2 extensions? I had something like 16 of them installed. One of the ones not disabled was uBlock Origin. I forget what the other one was.
Some that were disabled:
Custom Stylesheet & Script 2.1.0 hojkciooaohipljgobfikbkjcehockld
Trace - Online Tracking Protection 3.0.6 njkmjblmcfiobddjgebnoeldkjcplfjb
Violentmonkey 2.13.0 jinjaccalgkegednnccohejagnlnfdag
Disable HTML5 Autoplay (Reloaded) 0.9.2 cafckninonjkogajnihihlnnimmkndgf
I cannot believe that current Opera is faster than Vivaldi. The last time I used it (after it had been sold to the Chinese), trying to download anything was almost glacial. Page loading was also slower than with other browsers.
@legocoder It isn't a problem with your code; it is a problem on Vivaldi's end, so no need to worry about it.
Vivaldi is sort of an app/extension on top of the Chromium core, so some extension aspect of the browser that is being injected is probably responsible for the error.
If you inspect the user interface, you will see multiple instances of that error in the console. Thanks to the developers for bringing that error to regular webpage consoles as well! Wouldn't want us modders to have all the fun with such an exciting feature... 🙄
thanks for answering
my drivers are up to date
i disabled hardware acceleration and same thing happens
its weird because it only happened on that website so far , 0 issues on other webs or anything.
i can live with it , but was wondering wth was going on. Since the web was fine before reinstalling windows.
Google gives a bit more details on the change over time for their engine in this new post: https://blog.chromium.org/2022/03/how-chrome-became-highest-scoring.html
Screenshot 2022-03-15 at 22.07.54.jpg
Vivaldi certainly isn't getting all of these benefits even though we are using the same rendering engine, though snapshot is at 98 not 100. Does anyone know if Vivaldi can benefit from the same ThinLTO changes for building its binaries?
@doctorg said in "Update your Browser" 😏:
@catweazle No, browsers do not break websites. Those sites are broken by ignorant owners and web developers.
I know, because of this the Title with "".
Although there are no problems with Vivaldi, don't forget that UA sniffing and useless webmastering abound on the web. In any case, it seems that Google & Co. with their tracking techniques have shot themselves in the foot with this.
Hello, @vivaldinew111 👋
I'll give you my opinion from my average user point of view.
I used Firefox for a few years in its early days - including Firefox OS - and what I liked the most was that it had support for different languages (including Spanish), was absolutely fast and was compatible with most of the things I was interested in.
However, as you say, over time more browsers appeared that offered more and had better policies - messages with which I felt identified.
In the end, more than the speed and what it offers you, it makes you feel better when in its blogs, its community, you find a sense of belonging, and that's what I got years later when I met Vivaldi. - Besides functionalities that nobody else offered me and I didn't know I needed, like the panel and the double floor tabs.