I already created a bugreport for it since previous snapshot.
Summary: Selecting suggestions from address field with mouse click refreshes url & suggestions list instead of actually selecting and using that suggestion
The workaround for now is to select with keyboard or at least press tab before mouse clicking on the entry you want to select, seems like the dropdown list must be focused first.
@Pathduck I really don't understand how to use this feature.
Most of the time when I Exit according to you yellow box, it will close all windows.
Vivaldi Closing all windows at the same time is the secret to being able to restore them all the next time the profile is launched.
However I don't understand why occasionally it will close only 2 of the 3 windows (like earlier today) or like now just 1 of the 2 windows.
I definitely exited this way as I'm used to it now and always exit this "yellow box" way.
I did not click the window close box.
5.2.2623.48 (Stable channel) (64-bit)
@Catweazle said in Retain Some Cookies:
For this reason I use the aforementioned extension, but I think that sooner or later something similar will be included in Vivaldi as its own function
That would be nice!
@rsimmons For me, the "Reopen closed tab" always worked without fail. So I guess it's a different issue after all. And it looks like you're the only one reporting it so far, so if you could provide more feedback, it would be appreciated. Thanks!
Hello, @Brie987, and welcome to our community!
The "Send by Mail" option works with the integrated e-mail client - for it to work, you have to have at least one e-mail account added in Vivaldi. When the "Productivity Features" are disabled in Settings, it's not shown in the context menu.
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@luetage @luetage Thanks for the information. I tried it, and it works. It makes Vivaldi distinguishable.
The method, however, is not exactly perfect. The color Vivaldi gets for the title bar is dark and fading it makes it lighter. The window is slightly more noticeable when inactive than active. Also, in displaying the title bar, Vivaldi puts a color only on a small part of the window border, not the entire border. I see no purpose served by coloring only part of the window border.
I think the 1993 Microsoft active border color solution remains the best solution for the problem.
When people try to reinvent the wheel, they consistently do a bad job.