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@masterquestionable I'm not the one who's making these changes - just expressed some of my concerns, as I think it might not be worthwhile. Nevertheless, I haven't moved your request anywhere, which means, that we might still look into this, if the community shows interest in this issue. 🙂
Every online account should have complete access logs for every successful and unsuccessful login attempt. I would like to see a log of every login attempt, the OS, the Browser, and the IP address and geolocation. This would improve security and deter attacks on our account. Imagine if the attackers who wish to steal our accounts knew that if they failed, we would know all about their attempt. This would deter most attackers and script kiddies.
@Bango thanks for the suggestion.
First—to be on topic, your post:
it's a web/desktop-exclusive solution, but have you attempted utilizing "Saved Sessions" more?
If you're organizing your tabs by category (i.e. they can all be grouped under one "title" [like "travel ideas" or "car-related"]), it may be helpful.††
Second—my post, which was archived & tagged "will not do" lol (my response is still relevant to your post here though):
Right now, I'm using Firefox for desktop‡‡ & iOS as it syncs bookmarks & will show you the open tabs you have on your computer currently (& vice-versa, i.e. will show you your phone tabs while on desktop)
Plus, at least on desktop– the addon "Sidebery" adds a lot of tab-functionality too. (I've currently gotten too used to Tree Style Tab to make the switch though.)
†† simply btw/FYI– the shortcuts I've set these to are ⌘+⇧+S for managing sessions, ^+S for saving all tabs as a session, & ^+⌥+S for just the selected ones.
‡‡ Disclaimer: users can't really change Firefox's default hotkey shortcuts, (e.g. ⌘+P → print) unless they mess with the about:config internal configurations.. for someone (me) without a CompSci background, it's been a real annoyance..
(if you know technology, let me know & I can share the links to the walkthroughs that I don't but would understand if I knew how any of this actually worked)
As for the "guarantee" of the page source code, it would be on you. I understand that you may be reluctant to take that responsibility, but you are also responsible for the source code of Vivaldi, which has a similar threat model.
Not only that, but the access could be controlled by a setting: If I don't want access to passwords on the web, I remove the setting for password access on the web. Of course at this point you can start chasing your tail by arguing that hackers could change the settings too, etc. But if those settings can only be done in the Vivaldi browser, you're back to the same threat model you have now, and everybody is happy (ier).
In any case, it might be better to let users decide what is "sensitive" information. If you don't want to take responsibility for the password, that is understandable, but other aspects could be made available.
PS: Since you mention it, I just wanted to say that the dual password setup is cheap. There are better ways to manage dual access with a single password. Most password managers do.
this is to promote vivialdi, easy check features that are needed to run a funktion, e.g. to check for webrtc.
Acutally you only see what other browsers support.
You can also provide that on your own website as caniuse.vivaldi.net - but the promotion of your browser would not be improved by that ;-))
@RealMat0s I really love Vivaldi so much! It fulfills my each and every need and is modern. Also, it is the fastest browser in my vision, because I didn't feel any lag ever! I really love it and I am excited for any new feature releases... Keep it up Vivaldi team! Thank you for this best browser!
Yes, I also had DDG email protection service, until they did some questionable things with search results that revealed more about what kind of company they are (though I still subscribe to their newsletter), but no longer use the email protection nor search engine.
However, I think you have a good idea.
There are alias services that would work, but they do not track for protection from what I understand. Protonmail offers one or two additional addresses, and all the mails that are sent to your inbox are tracked. I long for a shorter domain from Vivaldi Webmail (such as @ vm.net ), but I would think a feature to track all incoming mails would be the best solution. Then you can use whatever address you want to have mails forwarded to your inbox.
That's my two cents.
Not a bad idea, though Google might get twitchy about such a prominent group hosting an Invidious instance. As an alternative, maybe a PeerTube instance. We won't solve the reliance on Google by using alternate front-ends to view Google content. The real method is to build our own ecosystems apart from them.
Already can be done on desktop version.👍
Just open panel [F4], select Contacts icon (1), right click on contact(2) you want to send an email and select Compose Mail(3).
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For mobile version is pretty hard. You can use the calendar with OneCalendar that can handle directly a CalDAV account, works very well. OneCalendar don't respect calendars' different colours in its free version.😞
...but with Contacts I didn't found a way to handle Contacts (CardDAV) remotely same way as with OneCalendar.
For now the only way is use an app to sync Vivaldi Contacts (CardDAV) with local contacts (phone)
Hi, there is an old feature request with many votes already, if you like you can up vote it, too.
You'll get a preview with your own browser window, when you click Install on the theme page. There will be a pop up dialog asking whether you want to fully install the theme or cancel the preview. Give it a try. 🙂
If you're viewing the themes page from an older Vivaldi version that doesn't support the new themes or you're in a different browser, then you'll get a download dialog.