@Jonatino Under the Menu button, under Help, is an option to report a bug. You should report this as a bug.
Fair warning, it may be very difficult to fix. Vivaldi windows are not native to the UI. That's one reason a Vivaldi tab drag has a delay in creating a new window. Other browsers use native IU elements to create their windows. Hence, they can use features like snap because their windows are PART of the UI. In Vivaldi, the window is an HTML object, which is why it is possible to make it so customizable/conformable, unlike other browsers. To try to integrate it directly into UI functions may be a challenge.
@dogmaJo Things are not complicated, they are advanced. You know why? Because in Vivaldi you can have multiple Startpages with Speed Dials (any Bookmark folder can be set as another Speed Dial next to the previous in your Navigation Bar, if you tick it in the Bookmark manager) , a very helpful feature and a thing that Opera doesn't have because it's a limited browser, so there is only the one way you describe. But practically it's one move more like LonM and Pesala wrote.
About the other thing clicking the tab, in Vivaldi you can bind a mouse gesture to almost anything, so you can create one for going to the top and one for going to the bottom, I prefer it much more because you don't need to leave the resting place of the mouse cursor and move it up to the tabs every time. I use mouse gesture "left+down" for going down and "up" for going up.
P.S.1 Almost everyone here is a former Opera user, we were active in the old blog before Mr. Tetzchner decided to re-create the real Opera, and many features were implemented there because of our outcry, otherwise you would have Opera as they wanted it to be initially, without keyboard shortcuts, without Bookmarks but with their infamous vision "Stash" of Opera 15 and other stuff.
@8isgreat said in Saved passwords and Usernames:
... My banking sites seem to be unaffected by the changes I have been making: If I go to the banking web page, my log-in has been remembered as requested...for 7-10 days, then I must re-enter it. ...
That sounds a lot like session-cookie/token expiration in the browser, since the bank no longer recognizes the cookie/token it would have set during that prior 7-10 days when it permitted auto-login but now refuses to accept.
@klode82 That is a unfixed known bug.
Master is: VB-54268 "Docked dev tools unresponsive to cursor interactions on breakpoint hit"
As a workaround please open Developer Tools, Select the dev tools pane, hit F1 to get the Settings and enable the "Disable paused state overlay"
@Peterman First update Vivaldi to 2.10 and try again:
But the Open dialog is actually an instance of Windows Explorer and so any issue there is likely related to a problem in Windows, not Vivaldi.
What is the default location that the dialog starts in?
What files are contained in that folder?
How many files are contained in that folder?
Does this happen in other browsers as well if the dialog uses the same folder?
What AV/Security software are you running? Try disabling it and try again. Often any such programs will scan the current folder when its opened.
@Gwen-Dragon said in How to prevent history from being recorded in Vivaldi.:
A GPO may help (untested). See https://getadmx.com/?Category=VivaldiBrowser&Policy=Vivaldi.Policies.Chromium::SavingBrowserHistoryDisabled
Chrome's GPOs are similar
Again my thanks for the policy templates' links. The registry entries in both are identical for blocking history. Manually created the "Vivaldi" key in the Policies branch and merged the .reg file below. It blocks history as needed and dword:00000000 disables the block.
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
P.S: Forgot how to mark this as solved.