Yeah this behaviour has been here for months now.
I'm not sure it is a "bug", because it really looks like browser sniffing from WhatsApp side, but Vivaldi should at least be consistent with its behaviour in normal tab, where their user agent is spoofed to make WhatsApp web work.
I agree it is quite frustrating to see that the issue in normal tabs has been solved in only a couple of snapshot, while the issue in panel is still here weeks after weeks, since the 2.5 release (not sure of the exact version though).
But I know how much dealing with bug priorities is such a hard task!
The workaround mentionned by @Komposten should work, it is exactly what I do every day too
FYI, the bug number is VB-33103.
@xyzzy That's why the feature request has been marked as "Done", because it works now. Since it doesn't work on Windows at the moment, it's just a bug. And yeah, restoring pinned tabs was removed around version 1.3 if I recall correctly, it's back for a few months now.
Unfortunately a lot of the more obscure permissions still haven't been given proper popups, as you see here.
If you file a bug report, that could be useful in keeping track of it.
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@potmeklecbohdan said in Hoverbox ?:
Isn't it a scrollbar? You can get the normal one by disabling vivaldi://flags#overlay-scrollbars (and restarting Vivaldi). Its default value was changed to enabled recently.
You are right; I forgot
@visma Hello there,
The forum has multiples complains about Amazon. Usually the error message sent by the web site refers to their browsing sniffing. An interesting Vivaldi Help Page (F1) article may help you. I also suggest you send the site a note.
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You may not be able to. If the game makes its money from ads, then they may not allow you to play if you block them. However, as has been recommended, ublock orgin is excellent, as are: Adblock Plus and AdGuard. Any of the three will do a good job blocking ads.
I prefer Adguard because it blocks across all internet connections, not just a specific program and seems to have a sustainable business model but you can't go wrong with any of those three.
@Philostic I saw such issues in earlier versions, but not in the latest Snapshots. Please always give your OS and Vivaldi versions when reporting issues. A link to a site where videos stutter may also be relevant.
Specs: AMD A10-6800K, 8 Gb on Win 10 64-bit 1809 build 17763.615 • Snapshot 2.7.1628.12 (64-bit)
I've had this start happening with one of the two games I play on Facebook. I'm on my older Windows 8.1 laptop while my main one is in for repair. I'm using the latest version of Vivaldi (2.6.1566.49) (Stable channel) (32-bit).
Since about 3 days ago when I try to play the game it's dimensions have changed which is causing things like the bingo cards to appear too largely to where I have to scroll up and down to see and then mark numbers when playing four cards. The other game I occasionally play won't even load now. The games are Bingo Blitz and Slingo Arcade.
Bingo Blitz loads correctly in Chrome, Firefox and Opera where all graphics are proportionally correct . Slingo Arcade actually loads in all the other browsers mentioned. Here's a screen shot of the Bingo Blitz issue mentioned. When the game was still loading correctly all four cards would show up fine in the same space. It's not a zoom issue either. It also happens when all my extensions are disabled. Tried loading both in a private window with the same results.
@Gwen-Dragon Good deal. This is the second report of this we have seen. Due to misspelling, it was not immediately apparent, as the software is actually "Qustodio" and the first user who experienced this found (with community help) a process they idendified as "QStudio," and this user identified it as "Quostodio," while the actual name is "Qustodio."
For what it's worth, the word "custodio" is Spanish for "protector," (similar words/meanings in Portuguese and Italian) and "qustodio" would be a "clever" re-spelling of the word.