@johnwj6969 When it's ready it will be incorporated into the final build. You can already try sync as an experimental feature in the Snapshot builds. The safe route is to export your bookmarks as an HTML file and import them to other PC.
Specs: AMD A10-6800K, 8 Gb on Win 10 64-bit • Snapshot 1.15.1125.3 (64-bit)
@chis1 said in Please add close buttons in Window Panel:
The other windows with many tabs are lost, and no obvious way to recover them.
Try using File, Exit instead of clicking the close button on each window. However, the closed windows should be recoverable from the Trash Can list of closed tabs.
@gwen-dragon I discovered that later, but Edge allegedly downloads the files just fine with right-click, Save link as from the links on that page. Opening each link, then clicking on download is an extra unwanted step.
I have seen similar problems with OpenOffice dictionaries. Bad web design, but other browsers cope better with it.
Downloading with MS Edge gives me a 108 KB File which opens without error in FontCreator 184.108.40.2062
Edit: I checked for myself using Microsoft Edge, and like Opera 12.18, that saves an HTML file, not the linked content. So the user who said it worked in Edge was obviously opening each link to download the file.
Firefox 59 and Opera 51 have the same issue as Vivaldi.
I think you can close the bug report. This is just down to the way the site is designed.
If the exe you're starting at the same time as the browser isn't in any way integrated with vivaldi, this seems like it might make more sense to implement outwith vivaldi.
Is that the kind of thing you had in mind for this request?
Thanks for the advice. Now I have to digest it all, because it means that the Snapshot version has to be installed in Linux and then test the Firefox import. At this point, I know that in Windows, neither Vivaldi versions can import the passwords.
@khenio OK - so the problem you are having is unrelated to passwords. It's related to cookies.
Try clearing cookies and re-setting ANY cookies setting you have changed, back to default.
See if this changes the behavior. Also, don't run any security software that might impact your cookie behavior.
Sure. It's more code than I needed but I don't have the skill to code anything that nice myself. I found this and downloaded the script so I wasn't linking to their server, thew in some old-school html and made it my start page.