@ronfernandez908 I have the same situation. Google "remembers" the enlargement of the mainpage (100 - 200 - 300% for instance).
Vivaldo does not. This is not a real big problem, but would be nice if it was fixed.
Bumping this topic, because it's identical to my issue on Feedbin.com.
Feedbin is an online RSS reader. It uses the spacebar to select the next feed item and show the article. It works this way in Chrome and Safari. But because of Vivaldi's fast-forward feature it shows me a blank page and marks the article read. So when I go back it doesn't even put me back on the article. I need to do "Show Unread" in order to find it.
It's a really big nuisance on this site in exchange for a very small benefit on others. I'd sooner completely live without the feature.
Please please please, provide a way to disable fast-forward, preferably selectively, but if that's not possible, completely!!
Thanks, this is pretty much the only headache preventing me from using Vivaldi full time.
Oops, I just filed a duplicate bug, then: VB-25961 "Mouse gesture "New Tab" can open a link from a tab that is now closed". I wish there was an obvious way to search through open bugs, but I can only file new ones.
I've been able to replicate the bug consistently. Looks like the bug has existed for months.
SSL is valid. But since you mentioned insecure connections... if I would use HTTP (not HTTPS) for basic auth, does it mean Vivaldi would NOT store login credentials anyways? Opera does that, so I'm interesting if Vivaldi works the same way.
@Davaldi I am a webdeveloper, computer scientist and geek of IT, i know so many issue that causes webdevs wenapplications failure.
I suppose it takes a lot of time making sites run in every browser. Vivaldi is my default browser at the moment on Windows and it does almost everything I want. I've turned IE off in Win 7 but there is no single browser that does everything lol.
I'm having the exact same issue here, but with other domains as well. For example google.com and youtube.com is unreachable.
It happens only with Vivaldi on linux.
vivaldi-stable 1.7.735.46-1 amd64
But at the same time Chromium on linux is working fine (also firefox, midori).
@Applepie i'm really agree. I see no changes now. I would like to place tabs to the left, and address bar to the bottom. But there is annoying bar on the top with no functions except minimize, close and vivaldi btn. I want it to dissapear.