@Pesala Thank you for the snippet, I will keep it in mind should I need to get red of the frames in the future.
@potmeklecbohdan I believe this does everything I wanted. Thank you for the code, and the guide.
I have had the same (or at least a similar) issue once or twice with previous versions. Suddenly the menu, synced tabs and trash menus stopped working (nothing happens when clicked). Can't remember, but it's possible that all context menus in the UI stop working. Only happens in one window, and is very rare (at least for me).
Now with 2.7 there are a couple of new issues:
When muted by default, I have to unmute twice to actually unmute. (I already mentioned this in the blog.)
When I reload a page in the same tab after unmuting, it's muted again after. Can't imagine that this was intended.
@brianerc This is a complaint we have seen sometimes, but cannot reproduce.
Updating does not lose sessions for developers or testers, and none of us suffer mysterious vanishment of sessions.
Something in the sequencing of Vivaldi closing down and reading/writing session files creates this vulnerability, but no one can tell what, as yet. If it would happen to testers or developers, it would be easier to diagnose and fix.
In the meantime, a lost session can sometime be "found" in the trash, or by replacing the Current Session file with a copy of the Last Session file (thus producing two files with the same content, one named Current, and the other named Last).
@LonM That fixed it.
I thought we were past having to do this. I haven't had any user-agent issues in almost 10 years, when Google was screwing with Opera.
I wonder why HBO is suddenly not working with Vivaldi.
Thanks for the tip!