@clay3377 Cannot reproduce this. History works properly here. There is something interfering with the way the browser works, or there is some kind of corrupted file. Why don't you see what happens if you refresh your profile?
pardon me, seems it was false alarm. i thought i was on latest version, but i was back on 13. this bug must have being fixed along the way as i can't reproduce it after upgrade too. thanks for directing to solution.!
Looks like your OS can not connect with current SSL-Protocol.
I feel for you, but you use a outdated Vivaldi version and your old OS (XP?) is not supported anymore.
Or your antivirus tool/desktop firewall scans your connection and breaks the security.
@Tapio You found a old issue, a missing feature inserting logins in panels, really missing. Thanks for your feedback.
I checked for a open bug and found this: VB-16368 "Saved passwords don't work on Web Panel"
I will try to contact some developers to investigate a fix.
@goedl said in [1.15.1147.19] Mouse gestures fixed at last.:
*) when moving the mouse pointer to the vertical slider on the right side sometimes it "snaps" to the mouse movement and without clicking any mouse button the slider swipes up and down according to the mouse movement (as long as the mouse pointer is over the slider area)
I can confirm that issue on 2 different PC's:
System Spec 1: Vivaldi 1.15.1147.19 x64 - Windows 10 Pro x64 1709.1699.371 - MSI 970_AMD FX6300_16GB RAM_256GB SSD_5TB HDD's_AMD Radeon R7-360 18.3.4
System Spec 2: Vivaldi 1.15.1147.19 x64 - Windows 10 Pro x64 1709.1699.371 - HP LT 17z_AMD A12 9720P_8GB RAM_1TB HDD_AMD Radeon R7-360 17.7.1
Vivaldi stable - often is too old as I went back to snapshot channel ^^,
Firefox - often to discover issue related to certificates/smart cards (mozilla has its own handling of them)
Canary - which is not safe. Is more for testing flags lol
Edge - could be useful to see stream related issues
IE - even could be useful, just in case a site uses old deprecated things like java/NPAPI/activex and so on :P
@desiree said in The way Vivaldi handles Flash:
@Nebu Where is the link on that page for Flash to click on? I see no link there and I want to see what happens.
Near the bottom, there are four links:
Acrobat Reader DC | Adobe Flash Player | Adobe Air | Adobe Shockwave Player
Press the one that says Adobe Flash Player, Vivaldi should prompt you to allow flash now.
@epicrohan3007 Themes from the web store are made for the chrome web browser alone. You cannot use them on Vivaldi. If you just want the background picture, you will have to find the image, download it and then set it as startpage background in Vivaldi.
@danil1404 Confirmed, seems a regression in 1.15.1147.19 snapshot. I had 2 youtube tabs and they clearly loaded (but not autostarted) even if the tab with this forum was active on restart after update.
@sojiro84 said in Disable auto-launch in reboot.:
@pesanur it is a windows thing.
For a fix, see this: https://superuser.com/questions/1229963/windows-10-disable-reopening-programs-after-restart-startup
This might help.
Yes I know, if you take a look in the first post of the thread, I'm already said it.
But a Win32 app need to specifically support this feature, and yes, Google put this support in Chromiun, and appears that Vivaldi not removed it or at least give us and easy way to disable it.
Note: The option to avoid the reopening in the Windows settings, isn't working in the FCU. Is a know bug that MS have left unsolved until the next major update.
@killchain Windows does treat those folder specially. Don't try to install there. Install in Users/USER/Appdata/Local/etc... Make your own additional folders as necessary.
I know that it automatically installs all users to one of the C:\Programs directories, but that is not what you are trying to do.