Just noticed this: when I start Vivaldi the Bookmark is indeed gone but the Status bar is on while I never use that. And when I disable the Status bar .... the Bookmark bar comes back. Just saying cause is funny
Mmm, seems the semi-lockdown here also effects also my sense of humor ...
Even if the extension's not been updated the blocker lists it use might have. Sometimes forcing another update of the filters can fix issues like this, if they've discovered the error.
However, if not, you'd need to dig into the issue yourself. There should be no reason for a URL like you said above should be blocked by an adblocker.
I use uBO myself, and it's got a logger, I assume Adblock had something similar. Open this, and examine the blocked elements to find what rule from what list triggers them. Then you can create an exception for the URL (make it as general as possible), until the Adblock devs fix it.
If you know your way around Github, most lists are there, and you could create an issue on the list detailing the issue. Or create your own pull request to fix the error
Thanks for your suggestion @mib2berlin
Today when I turned on my PC Vivaldi worked fine! I'm using it to write this message.
I don't know what the problem was but if it returns then I'll try your profile cleaning suggestions.
All your sync data is encrypted before it is sent to Vivaldi's servers. The encryption password is used in this encryption process. Think of it like this: The encryption password is like a key, and it is used to "unlock" your sync data.
You cannot retrieve or reset your encryption password because Vivaldi does not store it anywhere on their servers, and your data cannot be encrypted ("unlocked") without that password.
If you never chose an encryption password, it should use your Vivaldi account password by default. So try using that.
@Sillvva The browser-sided geolocation detection is broken in Vivaldi 2.11.1811.49 since Mozilla Location Service stopped their service.
A solution is in progress for 2.12.
But Hulu should be able to detect your location by IP. Weird that they can not solve the problem on their servers.
Strange indeed, now it says 3,0Gb (I've downloaded couple of big files after that "1489b") and nothing wrong with downloading a 1,8Gb file.
I can't excatly remember what i did to cause this, but when you mentioned CCleaner, I think I might have been run that program and/or cleared cookies with it.
When I wrote text above this, I simultaenously downloaded that 1,8Gb file and it says now 4,8Gb like it should.
I cannot thank you enough, it might been small issue... but annoying one.
Edit: about that clearing a storage before, well... i don't remember doing so, atleast it didn't let me download anything from Mega.
I've babbled so much in this thread already, I may as well add that I added the mods, and they work, and are super spiffy, and if I can do it anyone can!
Advanced Panels which has the Sessions Panel built-in.
@cdbm1967 Welcome to the Vivaldi community!
Are you maybe thinking of chrome://settings/privacy ?
AFAIK there's never been a link to the OS certificate manager in Vivaldi. Maybe there should be, but I think this is something most users will never have much use for.
Chromium-based browsers use the certificate store of the underlying OS. For Windows this would be the Certificate Manager.
@Gwen-Dragon said in A/V blocked connection: app Vivaldi:
I think that it was a false positive, especially if it looks like Abine is using AWS. It is a cloud password manager that is accessible from multiple devices (any desktop I login with, any mobile device, etc.) so that must be the answer. I checked the serviceworker-internals and everthing there I pretty much expect to see, and I have not had the warning again.
Thanks everyone for all your input and research! I appreciate it!!