i too would welcome a tree-style vertical tab list. As it is, the vertical setting for tabs is not really userfriendly, but I guess in a future release they will fix it. At least I hope they will. for now I use ctrl-q to cycle through tabs. It's not perfect but it works.
here's my current list of exclusions, based on my assumption skipping those items doesn't raise any security issues. :whistle:
Folders (robocopy /XD)
V_HOME\Profile\Safe Browsing Bloom
I don't know if you are aware of the Opera feature which allowed you to load a custom CSS file to modify how pages look when you visit them, ignoring the way they originally looked like.
I know about it, though I use(d) it for very different purpose. Namely to turn fonts with unbearable colors black.
I hope Vivaldi will support such custom styles and scripts to make life easier for its users.
It's a windows feature, and any program sharing the MS guidelines has it, from notepad to IE
You may like it or not, is not a browser's fault.
If you want to disable it you can, easily.
I cannot comment particularly on Vivaldi but I used Sandboxie with Opera Chromium for over a year and even paid Sandboxie.
I did noticed it was a bit slower, not much, it was completely usable, but I think Sandboxie had some impact on the performance somehow, it must have, since you are adding overhead to the running process.
Hm. I never tried either of those. I use Locate32. It's OK, but you have to periodically update the database. Search results are instant.
OK, i keep note of it.
In the past I've used turbosearcher which was instant too, but looks like is a dead project now (although still working)
Just found a solution to this although this may not be permanent. Went to AppData\Local and clicked on the application twice and dragged and dropped the header into the taskbar as a program start, so all is well, but might not be for others. Vivaldi - please take note to fix.
I Have Enabled Facebook Login Notification on My Phone and Email as well,ent
When I Logged into FB Via Vivaldi
i got notification that i logged in from Chrome :ohmy:
So then how its diffferent from opera ?
Vivaldi has no connection with Opera browser, old or new. The owner of the company now producing Vivaldi was the founder of the company which created the original Opera browser. Some developers who previously worked for Opera now work for Vivaldi .
Vivaldi browser is based on Webkit/Blink which is also the base for Google Chrome. The browser sends an identifying user agent string to servers which includes Chrome (as well as Mozilla, AppleWebKit, Vivaldi and Safari.) This is an old-time trick to get past browser "sniffers" on sites who require specific browsers. It also means that a website chooses what to treat the browser as. Not surprisingly the whole world has not yet re-programmed itself to recognise Vivaldi.
I'm not against clean or flat skins when done right (which is not as easy as many designers seem to think), and I'm perfectly fine with a borderless app window, however, the inactive tabs (and some other UI items) need to have better visual separation, that much seems clear to me.
Then again, this is a very first iteration of Vivaldi UI, so I'm pretty sure changes are coming.