@carlosoctavio Please do not discuss missing flags in Vivaldi here.
This si only about the encryption for the Chromium login databases!
If you need help to import/export passwords, go to this thread (has a solution): https://forum.vivaldi.net/post/332785
In fact, what I want to express is the lack and enhancement of functions. I think there are too many materials to provide for bug submission. What I need is AMR and future support for h.265 codec, and AVX support; You guys from AVX didn't respond. The possible implementation is the way I'm talking about the Media Session API
Still experiencing this problem, it stoped for several months but now is back again. Using Vivaldi 2.9.1735.3
changing the user agent to other than the default one fixes the problem.
Just updated to 2.9.1745.22 and now it is fine.
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@whyule2019 said in Incremental updates always fail, plus the snapshot download speed:
150M bandwidth download vivaldi is only 29KB speed
Sometimes the download servers have heavy traffic and may limit download bandwidth.
@Ayespy said in Ctrl+Enter for adding .com not working in Address Bar. Searches instead.:
@scotta The address bar is in the process of a re-write. It's not done. During the process, things may come and go. Regressions should be reported to the bug tracker. In this case, during the re-write, it was reported, reported in duplicate twenty-three more times, and is now fixed (as of yesterday) in an internal build which is currently being tested.
Thank you for this update.
The first version where the flags got removed is snapshot 1732.13 where chromium 79.0.3945.27 was first used. 17 days ago