@Ayespy Vivaldi 5.3 user here. Neither this (with shift) nor normal moving of bookmarks from the ‚more’ section of the bookmarks bar is currently possible (in my case). But moving the visible folders outside of that ‚more area‘ works fine.
A bug maybe?!
I can verify some stations like http://radio.garden/listen/sonshine-fm-digital/vB8x42NO
does not play in Vivaldi but work in Edge.
Last Vivaldi update was 16. June, must be something else but I have no idea what. 😕
If I change my VPN location to London GB, some work in Vivaldi but not all, strange error.
@wmstack The option to hide the Close Panel Button was added in the Snapshot.
I agree that the behaviour is inconsistent, and also not even consistently inconsistent, i.e. in some cases clicking the close button on the built-in panels does hide the Panel Toolbar.
All-in-all, a feature that was poorly implemented and better left out altogether. Let users learn how to close the panel by clicking the panel icon.
Do not expect the devs to notice issues reported here.
Please see How to Report a Bug.
Indeed, as I mentioned in https://forum.vivaldi.net/post/596402 we are aware of this issue. It affects autoupdate for Windows 7 users. We know the cause of the problem (it related to TLS cipher support) and are working to resolve it.
It is unrelated to the original first post in this thread though.
I have this issue too
Here's my theme settings if it helps. It's basically a small modification to the default vivaldi theme
@rr2squared Thanks for confirming that on the Stable channel. I tend to stay on the Snapshot channel just cuz I'm a "breaking news" kinda guy 🙂
So, if a Private window is not copying the zone.Identifier info, but a normal window is, why would that be? Any ideas?
Found this forum after my background started disappearing after PC restarts.
Recently updated from version 4 to the 5 (5.3.2679.58 (Stable channel)), and not realizing what a profile was, accidently completely wiped the one I had, and had to create a new one. Not sure if the profile thing is related to it.
Also don't think the image itself was the problem, it's the same one I've used previously (also on the same monitor) without issue. I did also notice the folder change every time I re-select the image, so it seems like it may be a cause.
@FukVivaldi , not only virus, with an old outdated browser there are also more and more pages which refuse the access for an outdated browser because of security risks.
At least security updates are very important and since v.2.11 there are a lot of them.
Keep in mind that, especially with the current war that is also present on the network, there are about half a million new malware and spyware on the network every day, trying to take advantage of security holes that devs and webmasters try to close. on the products and pages. No update these are a very bad idea.
@Fw190 , it's a security feature also in Win 10, it encrypt all the passwords in the local storage, because of this you need te OS Password to see them. In Linux no such second keyring, passwords are stored in plain text, that means, everyone who can access your PC can see them.
This is only irelevant if you are the only user of your PC.