@blackfailer We've tried it in the latest snapshot and in the last stable and in the internal version.
We've added pinned tabs and then added normal tabs in rapid succession with Ctrl+T, then tried to close tabs by the x or add a new tab by the +, then deleted the normal tabs, added another pinned tab to the existing and repeated the the whole procedure - and this is the result:
I was at 33 pinned tabs and 70 normal tabs when I gave in because it was too difficult to hit the x and, as you can see: No overlap at all.
I can only imagine that while rapid firing maybe the animations are too slow on your machine for whatever reason and "hang" - which is not a matter of computing power (I have tested on an 8 y.o Athlon II with integrated graphics too), so I'd suggest you give it a try with the following setting to see if it works better:
Settings > Appearance > Window Appearance > Use Animations: OFF
Hi, you meant google.com or something?
Please add your Vivaldi, Windows version.
You can check with a fresh profile if your profile is may corrupt:
Oh, i see now. Vivaldi does only use the first address not the redirected one.
May be this issue is a bug.
Please read how to Report a bug for Vivaldi carefully and then report the bug to Vivaldi bugtracker.
iAN, LonM, thanks both. First, I have checked again, without spaces and with a final slash. C:\Users\keith\ works, C:\Users\keith\Pictures\ doesn't.
C:\Vivscreenshots works. So, Ian, it seems I cannot replicate your experience.
LonM, no, I do not use OneDrive, I use Google Drive instead. But I don't have it set to upload from 'pictures' automatically. I have tried switching Drive off altogether, and nothing changes.
I am happy to go on trying things out, but as I said, I can live with what I have established, so I don't want to take up too much of everyone's time.
And I am still very pleased with the Vivaldi experience, both the browser, and the community.
@SekeRob said in Tab bar went missing:
Just had this and no way out until going to Tools > Settings > Tabs > Choose Left > Choose Top.
Choose Left showed the tumbnails [sic] bar of the tabs, then Choose Top put them back where they were before.
This worked for me too, but obviously there's a bug involved because the tab bar periodically and inexplicably disappears.
@pelaird I found a work-around to sync my bookmarks with iOS Safari.
I have listed the steps for anyone who is interested:
Export Vivaldi Bookmarks to HTML file.
Open Chrome and import Exported Vivaldi Bookmarks.
Organize bookmarks in Chrome as they are in Vivaldi.
Use iCloud for Windows and the iCloud Bookmarks extension to sync Chrome bookmarks to iCloud.
That's it. Now all my Vivaldi bookmarks are available on my iPhone and iPad.