Manifest v3 is a hot topic these days, so our developer Julien looked into this and has written a blog post about it. You can read it here: https://vivaldi.com/blog/manifest-v3-webrequest-and-ad-blockers/.
@vvklaus Ah, I closed that link after the lack of response. Figured you left the forum.
Here is a new link: https://icedrive.net/r/1fhhKG6CKTGDdpH4hp8813C7BvxKt19V2F64RTHc
It is open until the end of the month. Not sure I will be able to help, but can't really know until I see it.
Test results (own)
It is a fast browser with excelent privacy features, but due to the few options it offers in terms of customization and configurability, mainly limited to its own search engine, Groot, although it is an excellent search engine, and the SSuite applications themselves, it can be used more as a complementary browser for certain tasks that are not can be done in Vivaldi, for example running local apps among other things.
As such, I will continue to use it, since it is still very new and perhaps in the future what is missing will be added. As I know the devs, they are pretty active about it.
@barbudo2005 said in I cheat on Vivaldi with Firefox 😇:
fonts, menus and webpage contents are displaying too large
applied in Windows operating system
Hahahahaha, yet again, stoopid windoze lies at the heart of global misery & hardship.
I've been seeing endless moans, whinges & anger across reddit for the past several days on this, & was completely baffled yet amused. My FF 103, & Nightly 103-->104-->105 never had any such problem. I didn't understand it, but couldn't be bothered to investigate my !=problem, ha. Now your linked article ends the mystery. Ta.
@vivaldinomad If I am not mistaken, all of these requests have been made already. Only post one new request per topic, after searching and voting for existing topics.
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@luetage said in A new contender, the Orion browser:
Tabstacks are the right answer to the wrong question, that is “what do I do with my gazillion tabs?”
For me that is not the question they answer. In my line of work I have to deal with quite a few pages that belong to each other in one topic, and several topics are going on at the same time. I constantly need to switch back and forth between topics, a bit like whack-a-rat but several rats belong together.
In this way of working, sessions are of little use. The constant context switch requires these things to be open, period.
Useful feature but often used for the wrong purpose? 🤔
Edit oops derailing thread, sorry.
P.S. The problem recurs on Ubuntu with recent versions of Firefox, Chrome and Vivaldi. Seems like a problem with Chromium, though I've noticed different Chromium-based browsers offering a different selection of imports.
@grogge said in Vivaldi (as Chrome based browser) causes a DCOM 10016 error in the Windows Event Log (with solution):
Will the Vivaldi team actually look into this? I mean they surely have ways to send a bugfix upstream. Or should I file a bug report with Chrome? What if the problem is known at Google and they have decided to ignore it? Would Vivaldi devs still be interested to look into it?
To answer this: we have been fixing some Chromium issues in the past, and we can look into it if the issue is severe enough - though in this case, it looks like a minor inconvenience rather than a show-stopper. Nevertheless, Chromium issues should be reported upstream first.
@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
@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.