@sanon I cannot reproduce this here. Try updating Vivaldi to the latest version.
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Install the Snapshot as a Standalone Version so that it does not interfere with your settings for the Stable release.
Have you got an ad or tracker blocker enabled? I have seen this behavior with sites that desperately want to track you. When it fails to access one tracker it immediately tries the next. On grammarly for instance, my blocker was blocking hundreds of thousands of net requests in just a couple minutes. It would max out my 8-core multithreaded CPU. The browser & blocker are behaving as they should, it's just terrible coding by the site, and every site I find that does this immediately ends up on my global block list.
@GJS This is likely due to the new strict samesite cookies handling in Chrome 84 and newer.
One idea though, try adding the domain to the "Always allow" override list here:
It seems chromium/google does not vet the varying hardware specs very well.If individual specs are taken into account then there should be no reason to disable or enable flags etc for functionality.
I find mozilla handles this much better.
@ajenn said in How to save as HTML, not MHTML:
I have found that it screws up the file when it adds the "M" to the file type, and that the drop down "Save as" menu shows (*htm; *html)" as the options, but the file NAME defaults to MHTML, so it's what is screwing everything up. I manually change that to "html" and it saves it as it should.
As a side note. I searched this very topic on Vivaldi's main search button and also the forum search and the site told me No Results, LOL. I go to google and theres TONS of results, which is how I found this.
As usual, Vivaldi needs to pay attention to the users, but doesn't.
There seems a schizophrenic disconnect @ Vivaldi between routine "help" & tutorials and the forum/bugs/what's going on communication side of things. Perhaps that's not fair, but seems that way to me.
Keep up the hard work guys (Vivaldi). You have a great product and it's gaining attention!
@scottedwards2000 I'm surprised you only run into this on a browser restart. I run in this from time to time on a tab especially if I'm browsing a gallery of images and after about 20 or 30 images (maybe 25?) I can only go back that many and the remainder of the tab history is gone and the back arrow button grays out (and this is not about sites that try to hack the history for their own benefit).
@Saarinene You're not crazy. Amazon hasn't been loading for me since the last Vivaldi update. Reloading Amazon (sometimes twice) usually resolves the issue. Still, it's annoying. Not just Amazon either. Sometimes when there's heavy traffic or my CPU is taxed beyond normal (another note I see someone complaining about re: Vivaldi) this also happens on a number of similar sites.
Amazon is extremely taxing on a browser as well. Besides feeding you a million ads (80-90% blocked, thank God), they're reading 20-30 cookies w/all the info they know about you, what you looked at last, what web site you came from ad infinitum. So, IF there is a glitch in the last upgrade (re: CPU usage went way up message in forum) that would massively slow Amazon and similar sites to the point it just renders the page w/o the css info. (It looks like it didn't load... it did, just not how they wish you to see it.) Seems folks are gaslighting about this glitch. (i.e. Nope, works here, you must be crazy) Vivaldi will fix it in a hurry as they don't want this problem. They'll lose users by the dozens if it lasts long. It is a great browser, but things go wrong...
@htpauldavis The Tab Tiling feature has been available for a long time. The latest Snapshot makes it easier to use as you no longer have to select tabs before tiling them. See the link below about Snapshots. If you install the Snapshot as a Standalone version, you can try the latest features without affecting your default installation of the Stable version.
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@Ja27CS2g Some questions:
Which Windows version?
Which CPU/RAM/CPU speed
Which GPUs/Graphics cards?
Having latest graphics driver from chip/graphics manufacturer?
Which Vivaldi version?
See page vivaldi://about
Which output of vivaldi://gpu
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Special display or multi-monitor setup?