@Ayespy @mib2berlin @Zalex108
after long search , and after downloading many programs like speedfan and other ,
i found a program called HP Advisor that was able to show the computer fan RPM , only it was can show it ,
it was really funny , that only that program can show , to run it i was should install .NET 4.5.2 and it self take more than one Giga of the drive C: .
but i need to know why this program can show fan RPM , may be it's contains it's address in motherboard ?
anyone can advise with other programs ?
I am able to do all the functions you mentioned - both what you lost and what works - EXCEPT dragging a tab out of an existing stack to a spot inside the top bar to sit as its own normal tab (I can drag it below the address bar and it launches into a new Vivaldi window).
@Derique , As far as I know, Vivaldi keeps passwords local (and in the sync server ) and they are encrypted by Windows. Therefore you will have to import them from Windows. I don't use Kaspersky, so you will have to look at the options of the password manager. I don't think it's possible to do it from Vivaldi directly.
@Krzywus "like in every other browser" is not a relevant standard in Vivaldi, as Vivaldi is being written from scratch by a very small team of developers. Its coding is not inherent in the family of product and, as to things one "expects" due to the chromium engine, the address bar in Vivaldi is not inherited from the Chromium engine.
There are several thousand bugs and feature requests for the small Vivaldi team to address. On of them, surely, is the ability to search terms containing a dot (".") in the address bar.
Until they get to that (and since their focus is on being a different browser, then being the same as every other browser is not a priority), the choice is a little effort by you, versus a ton of effort by them, to re-write the address bar. So - this being the balance of efforts, you have the opportunity to manage your expectations.
You have the opportunity to use the Vivaldi browser or not, and to file bugs and feature requests, but you will not, in Vivaldi, have the opportunity to use a browser that first, works like every other and then afterward, offers options. First in Vivaldi will be options, so that everyone can access their desired functions through one route or another, and second will be adjusting the base platform so that people who come here seeking a "new and different" browser can nevertheless get functions that work "like very other" browser, and not feel aggrieved by differences.
I draw a parallel to my Prius. I got it for its efficiency. I do not complain that its shifter is unlike any other car I have ever driven. I don't complain that it's smaller and lighter than many other cars or has no cigarette lighter. It also lacks some luxury options. But that is not why I bought it. So I adapt to the environment in which I find myself.
@hien4990 Yes, it sucks when developers just assume everyone is familiar with NPM and is running Linux (for the sh script), and don't even bother to make a ready-to-install release.
So I say don't bother. The lack of a reply from the developer and no updates for months makes me think the project is abandoned anyway.
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@Pesala the settings are for Vivaldi globally, not the Vivaldi window that spawned the settings. If you wanted to you could open an unlimited number of settings tabs, it doesn't really change anything.
I'm not sure why this could be considered a bug.
@jroode said in Windows 10 Precision Browser Navigation:
Do you suspect there is something with the Windows touchpad, or with Vivaldi?
It's definitely a bug in Vivaldi.
I am sure of this as Firefox, Google Chrome, Chromium and Opera work correctly and only take me 1 page back in history.
Plus I have this problem on multiple Windows devices with precision touchpad
This appears to be the same problem I had.
I did send a bug report & Ayespy confirmed. ( Dec 9, 2019)
Appears to be win7 only. Mine is Win7 (32bit)
I found a workaround with 3.2.1967.30 snapshot version.
Under appearance/menus you can now re-arrange & add items.
I added 3 menu-separators to the top of my menus which gave Vivaldi nothing to do at the top of the menu.
I am still hoping Vivaldi team eventually 'fixes' this, but now, no rush.