@pesala said in Tab Cycling Problems:
@jeancremers I don't see the problem here. I use Ctrl+Tab, and show the Tab Cycler as a List.
Have you tried disabling all extensions? It looks like something local to your system.
Specs: AMD A10-6800K, 8 Gb on Win 10 64-bit build 17134.320 • Snapshot 2.2.1369.6 (64-bit)
thanks Pesala, just tried once again disabling all extensions, on the third time ctrl-tab there already was a random tab in the sequence. Also took the plunge and tried with an empty profile and some pinned tabs. Random tabs appear in the sequence. And no matter what i try, the tab cycler does not react when i release the control tab keys, it just sits there and i have to use the mouse to click on a tab or do escape. It seems i'm doomed. :(
@bow69 If you visit the extensions page (Ctrl+Shift+E on windows, or type vivaldi://extensions in the address bar), click the 3 lines at the top left of the page.
Then, at the bottom of that there is a link to the chrome web store where you can search for and add extensions.
@macfan said in Passwords not imported:
possibility with an option to import passwords while this is not working?
Can i help you when your are describing in some reproducible steps what failed while importing? Which Chrome did you use? Did you close the Chrome browser before import?
Nice work Pesala! You're a bonafide sorcerer. I will sacrifice a few more farm animals and hopefully wait for them to implement submenu bookmark editing feature on bookmark bar in the upcoming blood moon harvest patch. Cheers!
One can move the tab stack to a new window, then save that window as a session. Remember to clear the checkbox every time. Vote for Open Session Dialogue Should Remember Checkbox State
On reopening the session, the tabs will be stacked as before.
Likewise, tab tiling will be saved if you save tiled tabs as a session.
So I was wondering why my 64-bit system had 32-bit Vivaldi. Looks like the older forum posts are saying 64-bit is not ready for prime time, but now it seems the web page just defaults to 32-bit unless you dig for the "other systems" page and explicitly choose 64-bit. So I installed 64-bit. It first opened with the brag page about the new Quick Commands, and About showed that in the command line:
Command Line "C:\Program Files\Vivaldi\Application\vivaldi.exe" --flag-switches-begin --flag-switches-end https://vivaldi.com/newfeatures?hl=en-us&version=2.1.1337.47&os=W10.0.17134
I closed it and re-opened it (had to replace my taskbar icon), and the link was gone from the Command Line. So I guess that "About" display shows whatever started the current run of the browser - not some cast in stone default command. The Economist suspicion above was probably meaningless.
@ian-coog thank you! Yes, this could be the cause of the problem. In my case, probably the updates of win7 that happened inbetween (since my first signalling of this problem, one month ago) possibly solved this problem.
Otherwise, there are no reports of things like a browser which does not update correctly in win7...
I have no idea if the system update problems could be also the root of a browser update problem.
I use win7, not win10, but it seems that it happens also in win7, even if the two articles you kindly cited are mainly showing the methods to solve the problem for win10.
Anyway, I posted my experience here, just in case someone else is looking for the same symptoms.