Submit or vote for features that you'd like to see on the blogging platform on Vivaldi.net.
@saidbakr , I think the same, before I named 2 methods which has prove good results, but yes, it's more difficult to resolve for un bot "2x7=?" as image, as the re-Captcha (with inbuild Google trackers)
Submit or vote for features that you'd like to see in Vivaldi's webmail.
do you plan to improve privacy of Vivaldi services? I heard it's hard to make an e-mail service encrypted, but what about other sensitive users' data like contacts and calendars, ideally with offline access? How do you store such data at present?
@thomasp I would definitely want to add and remove synced devices via a web interface because currently there are duplicates from same device when we add sync to new installation.
But it would be better if that problem is fixed by Vivaldi team.
Or, at least hide synced devices from cloud icon on desktop just like we can on mobile.
@murz Personally I wouldn't mind Vivaldi using telemetry, but I believe Jon Von Tetzchner has said several times that they do not believe user telemetry gives good data on what users actually want.
Using telemetry you just end up with what the lowest common denominator of user wants. And you end up doing what other browsers do, removing lots of useful features that are still used by a minority of very dedicated users, dumbing down the browser to accomodate the masses with no technical skills, and alienating the users who loved the browser in the first place.
Vivaldi wants to listen to its users, and not see them as data points and statistics to be mined.
They always forget that Vivaldi has about 12 developers, commissioned to create Vivaldi for 5 different OS and a list of 4000 feature requests, apart from the Buglist.
If Vivaldi had 300 developers, one could talk about these things, but it is not like that.
Even so, I wouldn't be surprised if Vivaldi 5.0 has AI and becomes self-aware in v6.0.
@wildente I still support the idea itself.
I do t think it’s a list cause, you have quite a few up voters already.
And the web desperately needs something like this.
And I think @jon likes to support website creators and privacy and might like this idea.
So, I will be watching this closely.
@earldaniels Your feature request seems to be a duplicate.
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This needs to happen. Soon. I am questioning the chance I am taking having any of my passwords sync'ed with no 2FA. I won't use Vivaldi for banking or my primary email due to this.
I Love this browser, however one breech and all the greatness is null and void - all the enjoyment of this otherwise better browser is wiped out with an order of magnitude more anguish.
I would contribute my coding abilities, except the only current language that I keep any proficiency is PHP - probably not very helpful...
Is there any other way I can help? I could track down and evaluate code libraries, although I doubt that would help much.
I could beta test and test and test. I'm the "better idiot" that proves nothing in completely "idiot proof"!
Other than existing security issues that come to light, I cannot see how anything else could be a higher priority.
I doubt everyone will search for that blog and read the whole blog. I am not asking Vivaldi to make the browser open source, just attach the source link to the main website homepage. A very small thing but people will be able to see it there.
Yeah, I know. The thing is what you said: it's a lot more convenient. In Vivaldi (thanks to its modularity) you can do nearly everything, just maybe not as easily as in other browsers. So I think it wouldn't be hard to implement something like this (as it's kinda already there), but would make a difference. (same goes for Workspaces)