I know this post is quite old but I found a workaround: in startup options set open speed dial, the crack only occurs when loading a page and starting Vivaldi at same time. It's giving up a feature but I was worried because sometimes the crack were so loud and could damage my speakers.
@xyzzy You are totally right. Thank you very much. I realized that at some point I had disabled hardware acceleration to see if it would stop Vivaldi from forcing use of the discrete GPU on my laptop and I forgot about it. After I switched it back on the behavior works as expected.
@pjonescet Kroger has been like that for around 10 years, even Opera has not been supported. I have asked them to fix it multiple times.
As @xyzzy @Ayespy have mentioned browser sniffing has been a pain for web browser companies for years even Safari has site hacks.
Has anyone filed a bug report on Apple's bug reporter yet for Vivaldi not being supported? If not I can ask them in a bug report to change the site from browser sniffing to feature detection.
Aaand you should also know that it is annoying that I must have an advanced password for the vivaldi account since I am not going to use the vivaldi email and only need the account to answer this here, and I also lost this page while I was stressing with all that filling in name and so on to make an account
Copy paste certainly doesn't work on keyboard, I have to use mouse right click. Every time. But yes, I suppose I do left click on a different internet page, copy either by keyboard or mouse right click, then go back, then try to paste and it is not possible with keyboard.
Also the videos in Facebook don't play.
I have Mac OS High Sierrra 10.13.13
@pulldown It would be great if you would report a bug on this, if you have not done so. We aim to improve every part of Vivaldi and clearly support for multiple displays is important to a lot of our users. Trust me when I tell you that this is a priority for us, but at the same time we are a small team, which is getting bigger.
I am 1 year late to this post but I would still like to help. I just installed Vivaldi and added the Momentum extension too.
Open a new tab
Click on the browser icon like shown in the previous post.
Then click on site settings
You will be brought to the momentum extension settings
The first option is location, in my case I would like to block the location so I clicked block (You can change to allow if you want)
Click the back button
Click on location
BAM YOU ARE DONE!!!
@buxtehude You can request that. Personally I wouldn't use it – in most applications such a functionality is mixed with social shares of the likes of fb, twitter – you name it, and with no opportunity to disable it.
10.10 Yosemite, newest Vivaldi and Flashpepper: videos don't load when logged in to Facebook.
But logging OUT of Facebook and opening a public video post: it plays fine.
Pjonescet, could you confirm this is the case for you, as well?
Logged into my Facebook account in Safari I have no issues playing videos.
Toggling vivaldi://flags/#disable-accelerated-video-decode on or off doesn't change this.
I reported this to Facebook just now but they probably won't reply/fix it. Just received an automated system reply saying exactly that.
@halenrauch Are you running Vivaldi 1.15 (Stable) or Vivaldi 1.16 (Snapshot)? The following bug just got fixed in the latest Snapshot:
[Regression][Linux] Mouse Back and Forward Buttons skip two pages VB-41394
This shows as a Linux bug in the Changelog but duplicates have also been reported on other platforms.
Regarding the History bugs that you reported, what are the bug ID's?
@izacks I'm not sure what can be done to adjust the sensitivity on the Magic Mouse specifically. However, I know how you feel because I've filed bugs in the past when swipe gestures don't trigger correctly.
Right now, with Vivaldi 1.16, the swipe gestures react for me like they do in Chrome/Chromium: it only takes a slight flick to trigger. Another bug also just got fixed internally where swipe gestures don't trigger on some web pages.
Vivaldi 1.16 is getting close to being released and hopefully it will work better for you in this regard. Please let us know either way.
Okay... I just found a way to replicate this consistently with a new default Vivaldi install:
Launch Vivaldi (Vivaldi opens with the Start Page)
Open 30 tabs (from bookmarks in background tabs)
Wait for the pages to load, then Quit. (That works.)
Launch Vivaldi again (resumes previous session)
Open another 30 tabs (from bookmarks in background tabs)
Wait for the pages to load, then Quit.
This time, nothing happens. Something is stopping the browser from shutting itself down.
If I go back to the Start Page tab and "close other tabs", the browser gets "unstuck" and is then able to complete the shutdown.