I actually preferred a real full-screen with no toolbars or buttons at all. To me, I either have the maximised window, which gives me all the extra UI bits, or I (very occasionally) use full-screen when I want to see the web content and only the web content (aka. kiosk mode).
However I can see how an (auto-hide) toolbar would be useful for some people, so in true Presto/Vivaldi fashion I would suggest an option in settings: fullscreen toolbar off/on/auto.
You need to switch tabs and go back to see it or reload the page, otherwise you only see a blank page. It also takes forever to even display this page. You cannot open the page until you see the security warning and can click the option but this does not always appear.
but you're happy, not? if not, you can go out too like you invited me to go out here.
Why should i leave? I just uninstalled and installed the previous build which runs perfect with adguard - problem solved. And if it would mean for example i have to wait some more weekly builds until adguard would work again, i stay as long as it takes with the build from previous week.
Because it is a work in progress and development goes forward and not backwards - even if more stuff is going to break from time to time - the browser itself gets more and more feature rich and stable the longer it is in development, these early buggy days will go away and a stable customizable browser is what will be left.
Sorry if i have to repeat myself - Problem solved, again
I get the same thing. When I try to clear cache, I get 2 messages - one from Windows which offers to debug the process. The other From Vivaldi: "Whoa, Vivaldi has crashed" with options to Restart or Cancel.
I think it has something to do with Vivaldi's history page. The same crash happens on startup. The only way I can get Vivaldi to reopen is to attempt debugging in the Windows error message popup, then cancel without debugging. Finally, I click Restart on the Vivaldi error popup. Hope it gets fixed in the latest weekly snapshot.