For those that are unaware, do vote for the related feature request.
As some of you have realised by now, the split view context menu is only available in the native window. As far as I know, this is not considered a bug.
Though someone in the thread mentioned that you can access the split view options from the window menu, regardless of whether you use the native window or not.
@ckdot said in Panel toggle is very small on MacOS:
if you have a multi screen environment and Vivaldi is not on the screen on the left
Ah, I see! I wasn't aware of that possibility because I put the Vivaldi window on my left monitor. (Yes, I do use two monitors side by side.)
In any case, we all agree that the panel toggle is a bit too narrow. Has anybody submitted a "bug report" (which can be used to send a request)?
Thanks for your persistence in helping me 🙂
I finally figured out my error: I had wrong credentials for Facebook saved in my password manager 🤦♀️
So the real issue for me is not that I cannot log in. With the right credentials I can. The issue is that, on Vivaldi, the redirect to the "wrong user/password" error message doesn't work.
Backup your Profile before downgrade.
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Follow the Signature's Backup | Reset link.
Take the opportunity to start a Backup plan and even create a Template Profile.
Windows 7 (x64)
Vivaldi Backup | Reset + Extra Steps
I found the cause! Prompted by mention of Google DNS requests, I thought about the Google services that Vivaldi uses. Turning off the phishing and DNS navigation helpers under the Privacy options stops the issue from happening. I guess one or both of these services are either blocked by the network I'm using or interact in a strange way with it.
So happy I can use Vivaldi again for teaching purposes!
@danehr said in Version 4 and STILL videos don't work:
That page is blank for all my browsers except SeaMonkey, and with that, I get a captcha that keeps running over and over again.
@izacks This is normal. If you look closely, you will see that you are being asked permission to display notifications in two different formats: one for Banners, the other for Alerts. Chrome and Brave do the same, and presumably other Chromium-based browsers will do so as well.
I have similar issues with my 2017 Macbook Air. The CPU usage somehow goes over 100%, and the energy impact sits at around 70-85. The process that uses basically all of this energy matches with the one in Vivaldi's task manager, which is called "Browser." None of the other process in the task manager (extensions, tabs) seem to be taking much CPU.
@Pathduck I am also in Gmail's "old interface" btw.
I agree that I haven't missed having backspace as a back button shortcut.
Thanks for the history lesson! Apparently it was removed from Chrome in 2016:
Each app you have to grant access on macOS if you want it to share location, then in Vivaldi you can also grant per site location accesses.
Allow apps to detect the location of your Mac