The bug is in your CSS style with the source iframe:
<iframe id="frm$ID1566674401610" style="width: 100%; height: 420px;" src="https://steveshank.com/ocsed/scripts/saf/source_xhtml.htm" frameborder="no"></iframe>
<iframe style="width:100%;height:100%;" frameborder="no" name="idSource" id="idSource"></iframe>
The height:100% is too much. If i remove this inline-CSS in Developer Tools (F12) all is fine.
Or you can use height:80% for the td.
@Hadden89 D'oh! Yes, it appears to now be default... which is fine by me, and I don't mind the black icons for bookmark folders, others however may not.
Hmm... It appears to depend on the OS settings. If you set Windows10 to a light theme and run Vivaldi with the above flag it will revert to light mode.
@spiros78 I am sure Vivaldi devs are aware of this and it will hopefully be an option in the future to let users easily choose. And to fix the black icons for bookmarks as well.
Try to scan/repair your windows system files:
Login as Administrator
Start Commandline app (cmd.exe)
Run these commands each:
Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth
Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /ScanHealth
Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
Last night my laptop was acting wired I guess and some of the functionality of my windows wasn't working properly and this morning after a shut down everything is going smooth
So a restart can help
I knew over the years some Intel GPU and its broken drivers causing slow Vivaldi User Interface. And some AMD or NVidia drivers can cause this.
Newer Vivaldi use newer Chromium core code for interaction with GPU features.
Sometimes GPUs or drivers are broken and some feature get blacklisted to run the browser in a stable state. Override of GPU blacklist in vivaldi://flags may help to make Vivaldi faster with some small risk of other GPU issues.
@TheStallion Welcome in forum.
Please read Help pages at https://help.vivaldi.com/article/troubleshoot-sync-issues/
Can you open Settings → Sync when sync fails and check for error message and tell me?
@rapaz Sorry, we can not use a Magic Crystal Ball to get more knowledge on your issue.
More Information on your issue may help us:
What is your Mac/Linux/Windows version and build?
What is your Vivaldi version? (via Vivaldi menu
Help → About and first line)
Which CPU and RAM do you have?
Which GPU and graphics hardware do you have?
Are the drivers from chipset/card manufacturer up-to-date?
Which is the output of vivaldi://gpu – any red or orange warnings?
Copy the red and orange and paste here.
Which extensions do you have installed? (via page chrome://system, row extensions and button Show...)
Which URL causes this issue?
Do you have changed any vlvaldi://flags?
If yes, reset them.
I think the address bar is still a "work in progress" for Vivaldi. There are still many quirks, and this is one of the most annoying ones. Autocomplete doesn't seem to respect the setting to prefer bookmarks.
The same happens to me, when trying to use the nickname for Gmail and ending up on a site I visited once:
And yes, I know as a workaround we can delete the offending history entry, but that would kind of defeat the purpose of having a history, wouldn't it?
I don't know if under the hood Vivaldi uses something similar to "Frecency" in Firefox, maybe it should adopt the same algorithm because it seemed to work much better: