My sync is all of a sudden not working anymore in some of the latest 2.x snapshots.
I logged out and now by trying to log in again, I get the following error:
When I try to connect to the link mentioned above: https://bifrost.vivaldi.com , I'm getting the following error:
"403 Please update to the newest snapshot.
Request forbidden by administrative rules."
I am using the latest snaphot available
I disabled my firewall - no change
I tried restarting Vivaldi several times - but no change either
Anybody have an idea what's going on here? Thanks
@tuexss said in Disable spell check:
@palelnan Thanks, I can open that page, but it doesn't show spellcheck. I'm still seeing the red-dotted lines, on perfectly fine words like "artifact".
What do you see in the context menu?
For me, artifact is a spelling error. It should be artefact.
@lonm said in User profile location:
If necessary, you can force the directory to change. Launch Vivaldi with the flag as follows to do that:
Downside is, unless you modify the commands in the registry, if Vivaldi doesn't get launched with your modified shortcut that passes that to vivaldi.exe (like in the case of a file association action), Vivaldi will use the default location. You have to do something like this to work around that.
After testing the suggestion by Kobi, this works. It prevents zoom levels from being saved. I also agree with Pesala, there needs to be away to clear the saved zoom levels all at once instead of clicking the X for each one.
Thanks for all the responses.
@tsunamiz Nevertheless they work.
You can also try using Quick Command (F2) + Enter. (Disable Open Page in New Tab in Settings, Quick Commands).
Yes, I know it's a bug, but workarounds are all that you have at the moment.
For now, I think the least bad is to go from the initial view to each video through the right click and open in the other tab. To go back: either close the tab or use the fast reverse button. In this way, the initial layout does not break / corrupt.
Right, the location of Crashpad doesn't matter then. I can't launch Vivaldi from NAS drive but also from USB stick plugged into my router's USB port. Although I can launch Vivaldi form the same USB stick plugged into one of my PC's USB ports. This means it has something to do with user priviledge settings. Both NAS and Router (D-Link DSR-250N) run on Linux. Are there any network specialists here? :)
@at2016 said in Vivaldi 2.x snapshots and RC not working with some pages/apps (with Flash):
This overrides that security feature.
Not for much, as you could already experience =)
You can only use older - or something else not based on chromium - browsers.
Flash is dead, sites have to adapt by using something else.