Open the Bookmarks Panel, and delete the bookmark from within your Bookmarks Bar folders.
You can remove entire folders from the Bookmarks Bar with right-click, but not individual bookmarks (yet).
The Bookmarks Panel or the Bookmarks Manager are the right place for managing bookmarks.
My default browser has always been the snapshot. It MAY have a regression or two, and some bug(s) that the stable lacks, but it also has more features and refinements, on the whole, than the stable, at all times. On only a single occasion have a found any snapshot to be less usable than any prior version - and they always contain features previously unavailable.
My browser is my workbench and my office. I work in a very data-intensive field. So far, (fingers crossed) in over 17 months, I have never had a data loss or an unusabilty issue, but for ONCE, which I solved by rolling back to the prior release until the next release came out with the bugfix.
Not everyone is suited to the snapshot experience, but I have found it an excellent way to keep up with the torrid pace of development that Vivaldi Team are churning out.
After successfully installing it, this spam opened.
LOL, this isn't spam. This is a video example for you to see what the addon looks like and to test it how it works. If it has opened in more than 1 tab, the problem is in your computer (perhaps a malware cloning tabs). When you install Adobe Flash Player, a page opens for confirmation and a demo for you to see how the flash player works but that doesn't mean it's a spam.
As for the other thing - no, I don't disable addons. I have a 24-years experience with computers, so such a stupid thing, like disabling an addon because idk what I'm doing, you can't expect it from me. And no, there was no such a message - the addon was simply gone; no messages, no nothing.
Not really. You don't have to report anything. The bug is fixed. No bugfixes will be backported to Version 1.2 at this late date.
What you have to do is update or live with it. If you stay on 1.2, you can set the thumbnails not to show, but the second you drag that bar, there they are. If you drag it all the way down, you get to see them in all their glory. This can't happen if you have the tabs on the right or left - only on the top or bottom. If you stay on 1.2, and you see it again, now you know how to fix it. Drag it shut.
So the thing is, this is a really old bug, it was reported dozens of times, everybody knew about it, it was finally fixed in recent snapshots and we ASSUME the fix will stay in through the release of the next stable version unless there's an unexpected regression. But your options right now are to update or to live with it AND, if you do update and they break it again before the next stable is released, THEN report it - because that report will be meaningful.
I've installed Vivaldi to my E drive rather than the C drive. Every time I launch the browser I get several 0 byte .tmp files showing up in the root of the drive. If I don't delete them after closing the browser they will just continue to accumulate. The files look like -
Is there a way to prevent these files from showing up in the root of the drive?
I have same issue.
.tmp files created in root C:
Only occurs when starting Vivaldi in incognito mode.
The .tmp files remain after closing the browser.
Oh, now I understand what bar you were talking about. I never use these bars, that was the first thing to disable when I installed Vivaldi. I like my interface clean with as much as possible space for viewing websites and this bar takes space.
That may explain why I was confused as I've only used Google Chrome for 1 day before abandoning it.
However, I don't remember this feature being mentioned before -
However, if you feel it would be beneficial then you can give a full description of this at
You will receive a reply email with the internal number VB-xxxx
(Same form is used for bug reports).
However, there are a lot of features being worked on by a small team of devs - so don't expect an implementation to be done "quickly".