I've also noticed you have to give it a little bit of time to settle down, after hibernating. The other day a Vivaldi process was up over 2,400,000 K per Task Manager and my laptop was at it's wits' end, so I hibernated all the tabs, and it seemed nothing had happened. But when I looked again a little bit later, both the process and overall memory usage were down to normal levels. (Meanwhile I hadn't done anything else.)
I don't know how long it took exactly, or why it shows all the tabs as hibernated before the memory usage catches up, but give it a bit of time and it works great.
@JohnPF said in "Remember me" doesn't work after recent upgrade.:
but you don't seem to be very familiar with Vivaldi, or browsers generally.
Oh. Yes. Really!? I know how the browser asks for the saving of password.
I am internal tester and do nothing know on Vivaldi usage!? Lovely.
I often ask users who want help step by step what they had done and if they do not answer, ask them once more.
And i asked as your issue was not really clear for me.
Vivaldi still has them but it just isn't logging me in automatically.
Vivaldi injects login name and password in fields of Login pages on websites.
On websites The Remember in login pages often means: store my login name (and session identification) in a cookie, it does not mean login automatically!
Hi, my tabs never reload after switching, do you have lazy loading enabled?
Vivaldi crash once a month or even less on my 5 systems with Linux/Windows.
Please report the crash or it never gets noticed, developer don´t read forum.
@Pathduck Sorry, that was one of my peculiar typos. I meant "maximize performance is still checked" but for some reason, that I don't understand myself, I substituted "do not disturb" for "maximize performance"– and I wrote "do not disturb is still checked."
I think that's what I'll do, disable the whole feature – I was a bit "disturbed" by the checkbox in Avast that says "automatically add new apps. Any app running fullscreen will be added to your Do Not Disturb list." Also very annoying was the fact that if you go to Performance > Do not disturb mode – bringing up the page where a number of apps are listed – and then you click the gear icon in the upper right to get to another page – also labeled "Do Not Disturb Mode," but containing checkboxes instead of ON-OFF swithes, including the "automatically add new apps" checkbox, there is no obvious way to get back to the previous window. No back-arrow, and clicking on "performance" on the left does nothing. You have to click the X in the left-hand corner to get back to the list of apps? I didn't expect that. The window with the checkboxes lbeled "do not disturb mode" completely covered, completely obscured, the window with the list of apps, labeled "do not disturb mode." Not the most elegant interface. However many of the free anti-malware programs that are available seem to be horribly inelegant. I tried one a while ago that was removing some executables without first asking permission to do so, even though I had it configured to "always ask."
On occasion over the (is it 5 already?) years I have noticed the odd version being a resource hog but this was ususually fixed quickly by Vivaldi devs.
Vivaldi now usually runs between 3% & 8% of system resources on my i5 laptop w/16 GB RAM (latest snapshot).
I usually do not use the # of tabs you mention, but when I do I hibernate areas where I am not focused and I often use 2 separate windows with dozens of tabs each.
Also I am finding it works fine on my older hardware... 10 year old stuff (I've gotta purge).
@Pesala said in Bookmarks (needs upgrade):
@bonetone we might need settings to include a local path for custom thumbnails (and Windows backgrounds).
Well that might explain why I'm unable to reference local paths when trying to load custom JS files in browser.html. I wanted to store them elsewhere on my machine rather than next to the browser.html file, but trying every kind of URI could not get the files to be picked up. Although, the speed dials can pick up images, so I'm not really sure what the reason is, just that I can't do it.
sorry for this my post...
i have read your suggestion, but before to try some ways, i have delete all my navigation data.
now everything seems to be working well....
maybe some cookies were interfering. now work correctly, if I still have this problem I'll come back here to post!
for now, thank you for your attention!
How does one enable PWA support in Vivaldi, because I can't see any option of the sort when right-clicking the tab of https://outlook.live.com/mail/0/inbox or https://forum.vivaldi.net or https://app.keeweb.info.
W10 1909 Home Edition
Vivaldi 2.9.1735.3 (Official build) (64-bits)
Edit: added link to KeeWeb App
@Gwen-Dragon said in Recaptcha Annoyance:
Does this reCaptcha test page work for you? https://patrickhlauke.github.io/recaptcha/
For me the Captcha block was not seen until I disabled uBlock Origin and reloaded then it appeared. uBlock showed two google.com trackers were being blocked.