@Pathduck said in about address bar " Typed History":
Have you imported your history from Opera 12? Is not typed history included in the import? If not, there's little to be done. A tip; don't rely on history for important sites, use Bookmarks and Sync them.
Do you have a screenshot of the issue?
Vivaldi can import bookmarks and notes only from opera , but it dose not import address bar typed history , for me what i left in address bar is more important and different from bookmarks , everyone have it's uses , this is why opera allow to delete typed history by the right X icon , i hope from next V virsion to support inport the typed history , it's in opera in file named typed_history.xml
2- here is screanshot , you can see the url contains codes and !&%%3!#$ it should be an arabic but it appear like that in V
I didn't think to re-enable the close dialog. I always check the "don't show again" box, it's more convenient for me, and I never think about it again.
As you said (and as I suspected), it's not a crash, just a self-closing bug. Still, it's a pretty serious bug (even if it's rare to happen in real life). Should also hopefully be an easy fix.
Thanks for confirming!
It's problematic if you install a postscript printer and divert a port, etc, already I used it, but there're an easier solutions.
Most of them are coming with thinweight PDF readers, check'em out:
9 Free PDF Printer (updated 2020)
@gryzor The page suggests you try in a guest or clean profile, disabling all your extensions, disable tracker/ad-blocker or security software on your system -- did you try that?
Since Google pages do not crash for others, something on your system is causing this, and the purpose of troubleshooting is to figure out what. There is no magic solution here.
@Dakingof A VPN extension is never a tool to enhance security.
Use a system VPN network connector in your OS and all is fine for privacy.
The loading of a webpage is done as fast as it should be, I am sure, a delay until a special extension has loaded will not be implemented.
@JohnConnorBear Your are absolutely right. I have just read the information in the privacy blog which serve as a kind of manual. I did not know that such information exist. It clarifies a lot.
I totally support the idea of welcoming new users with a kind of manual. Althaugh it uncovers or relativizeses the big promise of "Zero Tracking" and "Blocking of unwanted ads" it helps to avoid exaggerated expectations and wrong premises.
As long as Vivaldi intents to increase the no. of users by targeting also non-technical-experts the danger of misunderstanding the promotion is a mere problem of communication. Its not a must for normal users to know that ad blocking is an outdated technology and meanwhile replaced by content sensitive tools.
(1) Ambassadors, moderators, ... should have a standardized guidline how to react if complaints on promised product features are discussed in the forum. (2) New users automatically should get a welcome mail asking the client to carefully read the information in the manual before starting to use Vivaldi. (3) Additionally Vivaldi marketing should check if the eye catching promise of "Blocking unwanted ads" comes up to the reality.
But at the same time I want to point out that the Vivaldi-VIPS are doing a quiet good job. It is a pleasure to get immediate and satisfactory help for a wide range of technical problems. They contribute a lot to the spirit of the Vivaldi forum.
@lenbabin Right-click Vivaldi in the task bar and choose "Unpin from taskbar". Now open Vivaldi and right-click on the new Vivaldi icon in the task bar (the one from your open Vivaldi window) and choose "Pin". It should now behave as you expect.
@iPristy said in Cookies problem:
Settings are default, just default uBlock or Vivaldi ad blocking.
Well, the Vivaldi tracker/ad-blocker won't delete cookies anyway, and uBlock won't either I think.
I'm not guest on my system, i do what i want.
Trying in a Guest Profile is just a way to test if your issue might be caused by extensions and/or other settings.
Here's a test site for cookies:
This just sets a cookie and then tests for it being set. Try closing the browser and loading it up again, it should still detect the cookie being set.
Seems 1.7k views couldn't bring enough attention.
I fear the real problem is the extension use restricted/paid APIs which works only on chrome therefore won't work with Vivaldi or other chromium based browsers.