@cconkling Right-click on any speed dial thumbnail, and Select Custom Thumbnail.
See the Modding Forum for some thumbnail packs, or make your own. Store them in the Vivaldi folder or anywhere else where they won't get deleted on updating.
i think the devs will test the bug and realize it is a general bug with vivaldi. so fixing it for youtube will also end up fixing it for other sites. also i provided my email in my bug report, so the devs can reply to me if they need any further info.
@brog2cairn said in Often cannot print:
while I cannot print :
Please read how to Report a bug for Vivaldi carefully and then report the bug to Vivaldi bugtracker.
It happens for me too on Windows 10. I'm not an expert my guess would be that Chromium, by default, doesn't support all standard audio/video codecs that Chrome has (https://chromium.googlesource.com/chromium/src/+/HEAD/docs/chromium_browser_vs_google_chrome.md), and the Vivaldi developers had trouble implementing the codecs for all platforms.
@Varuna By not making unseen connections to companies that collect and sell your data; by not tracking your browsing habits or browser usage patterns; by not only not selling your data to anyone, but not collecting it in the first place; by not making partnerships with companies that collect and sell your data; by offering private search engines that do not collect your data; etc.
In other words, unlike other browsers, Vivaldi does not peek through your curtains and make money off of telling people what you are doing.
Advertising is how the internet you enjoy daily, and Vivaldi itself, are funded. It's not free, and you do not pay for it in any other way. At present, Vivaldi does not have an inbuilt ad-blocker. However, just as a physical newspaper you buy is funded by its advertisers (subscription costs don't even pay for the paper, the ink and the printing), the fact that there is an ad for a sale on shoes in it, does not collect data for the paper or the shoe seller. The shoe seller just buys space in hopes you will buy shoes. Ads in and of themselves are not a privacy issue. On line, however, ads you click on can collect your data.
So at this point, the main way Vivaldi protects your privacy is to not spy on you like other browsers, and not connect you to services that spy on you like other browsers.