@gwen-dragon said in TLS 1.2 Are We Good?:
Soon, I think, leaving it on "Default" will automatically enable 1.3, since that's the way that it already works in Chrome 68 (as tested on ssllabs.com). I assume that what "Default" means was changed sometime after our rather old 65.
@gwen-dragon said in Flash Player PPAPI plug in has poor performance:
I have had that enabled for over a decade in NPAPI & PPAPI (I remember Flash Player 7 & Flash Player 8 days).
PPAPI has always been broken on macOS so far, when Opera switched to Chromium and to PPAPI Flash Player, it is the quality that NPAPI used to have 9 years ago (use 90% CPU for a 360 resolution video).
In Chromium I have to disable hardware acceleration as it is not even beta quality (causes the browser to hang and the OS to hang (seen it on macOS & Windows), with Chromium hardware acceleration opening a tab is about 10 to 30 seconds faster). Chromium hardware acceleration has not effect on Flash Player's hardware acceleration. My machine is not low or mid level (I have run 3 VMs at the same time).
I don't have a multiple monitor setup, but I would argue it isn't possible. What I'm trying to do occasionally is moving a tab to another desktop/workspace and the tab simply reappears in the window it originated from.
@surfn843 said in Error Loading Player: No Playable Sources Found:
The video player is JW Player and the code for it looks like it is at https://content.jwplatform.com/libraries/kGJt6C6m.js and there is browser sniffing in it
It might be mixed content issue as the main site is HTTP and the video player looks to be a HTTPS connection.
The code for the video player is (what Safari is getting (tested in a private window):
<video class="jw-video jw-reset" disableremoteplayback="" webkit-playsinline="" playsinline="" x-webkit-wirelessvideoplaybackdisabled="" jw-loaded="data" src="http://126.96.36.199:1935/live/fb.stream/playlist.m3u8" jw-played="" style="object-fit: fill;"></video>
That has Webkit vendor prefixes (Apple is slowly removing those from Safari)
Vivaldi looks to be getting some different code (tested in a private window):
file: "http://188.8.131.52:1935/live/fb.stream/playlist.m3u8" }] }],
width: '100%' ,
@luckypotato I'm in your same boat; however keep in mind that Vivaldi is a VERY young browser. Coding a browser is no easy feat and I'm sure Firefox and Chrome were the same in their early stages. Give it some more time and I'm sure you will be happy with it in the future!
Is this old bug: VB-29591 "Dev tools won't close with Cmd+W"
@xyzzy said in Can't close Developer Tools with Command+w shortcut:
I think it affects all platforms
Does not affect Windows 10
Closing DevTools window works here with Ctrl+W.
@shrinra This should not be happening on macOS; all of my Vivaldi processes terminate immediately when I Quit the application. Are you using a custom launcher to launch Vivaldi (such as @ruario 's "standalone" launcher), trying to run multiple instances of Vivaldi concurrently, or are you simply launching Vivaldi from LaunchPad or from your Applications folder?
If you're launching Vivaldi conventionally, it's possible that you might have a corrupted Profile or perhaps a problematic extension that's preventing Vivaldi from closing. Another possibility could be a glitch with Sync. It's really hard to say what could be going on without more information about your setup.