iAN, good to have your interest. Yes, if I save to clipboard, paste into Paint for instance and then save to the chosen directory, it works fine. I have copied the location for my new saving file in File Explorer and pasted it into 'settings' 'webpages' 'storage folder', and still nothing appears when I select for instance JPEG as format.
What more can I check?
Thanks! That seems like a good alternate.
I renamed the Default folder Default.old, launched Vivaldi and entered an item in the search field, then closed Vivaldi. Upon re-opening Vivaldi, clicking on the down arrow beside the search field showed my previous search. Fine. I closed Vivaldi.
Then I copied the History file from Default.old to Default. Clicking on the down arrow next to the URL entry field and -- voila! -- all my typed URLs were there. Good. However, clicking on the down arrow beside the search field no longer worked until I entered something into the search field after which the down arrow worked.
Soooo. Is there a way to re-enable the search field down arrow with my old history file? (I can't recall which Vivaldi version this started, but it's been a few months, I think.)
I want to tackle this one issue at a time, and this would be the first issue: How to re-enable use of the down arrow by the search field?
Then, I went back to Default.old and looked for the interface modifications I had made, and transferred a file named Preferences to Default. Restarted Vivaldi, but still showing default interface. Where are the interface settings stored? Things like using the old-style menus.
Also, looked in Default.old for my saved SpeedDial settings and couldn't find them. Where are the SpeedDial settings stored?
@zaibon Yes. I'm writing the report right now. Here BTW another screen with the browser in the private mode.
The STR (could sound strange, yes):
Open the browser
Open some tabs (16 in my case)
Pin all the opened tabs
Continue to open tabs (by Ctrl+t) until the buttons are mixed.
BTW if I change the geometry of the window the buttons do change their position.
The ticket: VB-51033
@apel said in CPU Hogging:
The curious thing is that even 15 minutes after closing down Vivaldi Task Manager still shows two instances taking 50% CPU each.
That's called 'ghost process', which mean Vivaldi was not properly terminated or a background apps. To mitigate those dumps
Type vivaldi://settings/system on the address bar and disable:
Continue running background apps when Vivaldi is closed
If you got page not found, type: chrome://settings/system
Our built-in Task Manager is plenty of info (Shitf+Esc)
50% of CPU is abnormal
@TbGbe Many thanks buddy then i understand where those processes are coming from.
Hahaha CSS darn.. xD I am currently working in a CSS file for my website
trying to bundle and concatenate them. Soon i ill be dreaming CSS files.
But that was clear many thanks for the help and time guys !