I'm having the same problem. I often like to send active links to my friends. And I also use Proton Mail. When I copy the address from the address bar, and attempt to paste it in an e-mail, within Vivaldi, I get nothing. Then, I open the Firefox browser, open Proton Mail, and create the same e-mail. When I paste that same saved address copied from the Vivaldi Browser into that Proton Mail in the Firefox browser, it pastes as an active link. Go figure!
I would like to have a common style across my various browsers (Firefox, Safari, etc.). Does Vivaldi allow me to specify the W3C's "userContent.css" cascading stylesheet (or perhaps something similar like the Chrome "Custom.css" stylesheet)?
If so, where do I put it?
Yes, so I am finding - and although it looks like it wasn't a Chrome problem after all that started me looking for Chrome alternatives - I am very glad I found Vivaldi ! Looking forward to lots of participation!
@pesala agreed. For instance in Gmail, if I open an email and decide I want to Copy it I'd put the focus in the email text and Ctrl+A then Ctrl+C and shift the focus to my text ditor and Ctrl+V as it selects only text in the email where the focus is.
If I do the same procedure in Vivaldi Webmail, Ctrl+A the entire webpage is selected.
Not sure if the issues are related but Vivaldi pages do seem to handle Ctrl+A differently than other sites/pages.