@Inventer89 Restore Windows user and the SID
Then you may recover the Windows encrypted data.
@Gwen-Dragon love it, thank you so much!
I'll try it here in a few hundreds of accounts over the years, and I was wondering about a cab import or the other one I was gonna try that has worked in the past for me, importing into another opera firefox edge browser and then see if the receiving app recognizes the other ones better. But this saved me some time and got right down to the nitty gritty..
Vivaldi rocks took the best of opera and made it awesome!!
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@BoneTone said in Closing saved session multiplies pinned tabs in regular session:
Second, there is the issue that this move happens before the positive confirmation to close the window, and therefore can occur even if the user doesn't actually close the window. If the user has the close window confirmation enabled, the tab gets moved when the close window action is invoked (e.g. via the X button), but the user can cancel that close operation still yet the tab has already been moved to another window. This is clearly a bug.
I'm fairly certain no one has reported the second issue. If someone has, let me know, otherwise I'll report it tomorrow.
I reported that recently.
@Gwen-Dragon said in Tab placing doesn't work properly:
May be this issue is a bug.
I can confirm this since at least two updates.
I'm a bit confused that this is not a confirmed bug since it is discussed heavily for more than two weeks in the release thread already linked in the OP.
@Pathduck said in Spotify Web-Player broken:
I was curious what would cause the issue for such a big site in many browsers.
Widevine technology was bought by Google some years ago and they can do what they like with widevine's Digital Rights Management in browsers, excluding browsers they do not like to support
I hope Vivaldi can solve this frequently caused issues with playing content for the future.