Why don't you do it yourself? As said, the extension checks for user-agent in background.js and determines the browser, you can just set it to chrome. I would do it, but I'm not on Windows and therefore can't test what I'm doing.
Playback? Please i can not help if you give insufficient explanation.
More information please:
Graphics GPU hardware
Link to page where it fails
Playback of what? Audio? Video?
More precise description
A notification appears below at Windows taskbar and disapperas after some soconds.
Do you mean a popup which appears on top of the Vivaldi browser window of your D-Link Administration page?
I guess there is a red block icon at right side of address field showing a popup is blocked.
On your D-Link Administration page click on the globe in address bar and there click on 'Site Settings' and add a exception for http://dlinkrouter
Or add exception on internal page chrome://settings/content/popups
@Gwen-Dragon Thanks for the reply! I did some digging and found a pertinent blog post that I was able to use to get it working (and another source of useful info). In the Registry Editor (so use this information solely at your own risk), I:
Added HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\AppKey\7\ShellExecute = the path to Vivaldi.
Works fine now! The REG file is below in case it helps anyone.
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
Save it as WebHomeKeyVivaldi.reg, edit it in Notepad to change C:\\Users\\me\\Vivaldi to wherever your Vivaldi installation is, and double-click to merge it.
Please report issues with wrong cursor positioning on multi-monitor/resolution setups to our Vivaldi devs.
Please read "How to Report a bug for Vivaldi" carefully and then report the bug to Vivaldi bugtracker.
@godomits You are the one who had problems.
Perhaps some Security Tool (Antivirus, Malwareblocker, Desktop Firewall etc.) , was blocking your uninstall process.
Updates work with the Update Notifier (activate it in Vivaldi Settings -> Updates).
The uninstaller works if you open the Windows Control Panel and open the old Apps and Features window. There you can uninstall and the complete Vivaldi program folder content is removed.
What do you mean by clean uninstall?
Just an additional data point that just started happening to me:
Iridium settings page is opened by any of the volume-related keys on the keyboard (holding the Fn key + F6 thru F8) on an HP Envy Laptop.
@tk1990 Just tried it on a currently popular thread in /b/. Autoupdating does nothing to the browser, at least on snapshot. I mean it's nothing more than checking for new content – doesn't appear to be a consuming process.
It also does this if you just press the Maximize button in the top right corner. It happens on every second maximize action(be it pressing the button or dragging to the top) so it's very easy to replicate. It does the same thing on my other two computers, so it's not just my primary PC at least.
Chiming in to say I'm also experiencing this issue. Be it on a single monitor or dual monitor, when I close one V window, the others close themselves as well.
It mostly happens when I'm watching videos in one window and browsing on another, if I close my "browsing" window, the one playing a video (youtube/crunchyroll/netflix/etc...) also close itself.
I read other(older) threads on this topic and they suggested disabling "Strict Site Isolation", but that's already disabled by default so it's not that...
There's also an issue where on every second "maximize" of a V window, it would leave a space at the top of the screen, but I suppose that would be for a different topic.