@xyzzy said in Website ". . ." is accessing your location.:
@ryofurue It's a bug (VB-95184) that has already been fixed internally, and hopefully the fix will make it into a Snapshot release very soon.
The problem seems to have been fixed on the latest snapshot (5.7.2921.41 (Official Build) (x86_64) ).
@ryofurue Yeah, about inconsistencies: They seem to come and go, no? 🙂
For instance, in FF 55.0.3 (64-bit), right-clicking the address bar selects its contents (i.e., its address...), as does left-clicking it... And right-clicking twice does nothing more.
Right-clicking on a page's content -anywhere outside an input field- only brings up the page context menu...
You'll note Vivaldi's context menus are -ahem- feature-ful?!
I'm inclined to agree with Emerson's thinking on such "inconsistencies"!
@tonyd1 I assume your system clock (and date) are set automatically via the internet. So, I doubt that's the problem...
Are you constrained to El Capitan, either by hardware limitations or personal choice? In either case, Vivaldi 5.3 works well, still; although it's not officially supported. 🙂
As mentioned elsewhere, Vivaldi versions using Chromium 105+ will not install on your current OS...
Also, there was a forum thread from quite a while ago that gave explicit directions on how to update the system certificate....
@pafflick It has worked for me to delete the history. I have cleared the history by selecting the "since forever" option and selecting all the checkboxes for the items to clear "history", "cookies", "cache", "site settings", everything. The page doesn't close anymore.
@nomadic "Save changes" – of course! 🙂 Shows you how long it's been since I've used the forum, and my profile settings!
About Chromium 105+: Such will not install on El Capitan OS X. And for many reasons I refuse to give it up! 🙂
As far as I know, you cannot unpin an individual tab in a pinned tab stack. However, you can remove the tab from the tab stack (or drag it out of the stack) and it will remain pinned, and then unpin it.
@Maxburn That’s the same with any Chromium browser. Thunderbird uses Firefox underneath, so it might be possible the Firefox browser itself supports transplanting profiles, not sure though. This comes with its own issues though, for example it doesn’t support XDG as far as I know, because it doesn’t use the same directories as standard applications for user data.
Hi, @ams63, and welcome to our community! 🙂
In situations like these, you can select the part of a page written in another language and choose "Translate selection" from the context menu. There are already some requests to allow using the translation feature in such scenarios - like this one, for example. You can vote/comment on that (and other) requests.
Learn more about requesting new features in Vivaldi.
You don't need to Rebuild your Profile
Just check the Session on a New Profile to know what happens.
Session Storage contains also the info about the cursor place on each opened Tab.
The thing is to save the Tabs and avoid Profile corruption because the crashes and its frequency.
Same issue here for a number of months now on my work machine. I thought it was the change of security tool deployed on it, which seems to have coincided with the degradation, but it's “good” to know I'm not alone.
Vivaldi will start the day without issues, but as the day goes on, any context or drop down menu interactions will lock up the whole thing for longer and longer. I've started seeing what alternative browser I can move over to, reluctantly… 😕
MacBook Pro, 2018 version