@RasheedHolland I shouldn't think so. Earlier versions always lack at least some security fixes that later versions have - and they can't realistically be backported. For that reason, if for no other, it is never a good idea to roll back to an earlier version. Therefore, Vivaldi is unlikely to ever support it.
That said, you can always back up or save your profile from an earlier version before you upgrade, so that if you decide to install the earlier version as a standalone, you have the profile handy to pick up where you left off.
But if a newer version works worse than an older one (something I have experienced about twice in over five years), then my solution is always to figure out what's wrong with my system or my setup that causes the newer version to run rough.
I'm not exactly sure where you're expecting your bookmarks to be, as you're talking about different things.
If you had previously set up sync, and had completed a sync successfully with either bookmarks or everything set to sync, then they should be on the server. To get them on a new install, you'll need to log into the same account, and provide the encryption password, then wait for the sync to complete successfully. You can see the status of the sync at vivaldi://sync-internals to verify that it is running or completed successfully and see what all was synced.
Importing is a totally different thing. It is for importing from other browsers, not your current profile, which is why it's telling you to exit. It can't access the file if it's locked by your current running browser.
What do you mean by "restore your computer"? What exactly did you do? That'll determine what the next steps might be. Also, what version of Vivaldi and OS are you running?
@TKS55 Great! Service Workers are a PITA and serve no useful purpose other than nag users and do stuff in the background even when a page is closed. If the SW was from a site you visit regularly, you can be assured it will be back.
If you like me hate the little buggers you can get rid of them by using Cookie Autodelete and turning off Keep Service Workers in the default rules. This way they will be deleted once tabs are closed, but not break anything if they're needed for functionality on the site when it's open.
Or you can use uBlock Origin and block the ones you get most from even registering with some simple rules:
Update: here's an article about a potential attack vector for abusing Service Workers to run botnets or crypto-miners (as if push notifications weren't bad enough). Only theoretical, for now that is...
@yrreticon Yes, something got worse in this regard in 3.4, but what are your other extensions? I think it has to be uBO plus that or uBO plus a setting it doesn't like, but more likely the extensions.
Or 3rd-party AV/webfiltering on your system, which notoriously complicate things.
It's not just uBO alone, since I use it all the time (though not with any unusual filters).
@RasheedHolland said in "restore tabs after a crash" feature of chromium removed?:
How do you enable this setting? Also, I assume this is the only way to make Vivaldi restore opened tabs after a crash?
@Pesala provided the location of the setting. I don't know if it's the *only* way, but it's always worked for me. Still, I highly recommend the mod I linked above, as it'll protect against more than just crashes, it protects against user error as well.
I have FBPurity and this started to happen to me. facebook.com/events works with the old UI, but going to the home page dumps me to m.facebook.com. Disabling FBPurity then leaves me with the awful new FB interface. I think the developer might be working on something.
@stdedos said in "Your connection is not private" prompts comes even after bypassed:
Navigate to a "Your connection is not private" website
Accept the prompt
Which prompt!? Please explain on which page i can test this?