What this says to me is that ARM-64 is not considered stable yet and hence only available in unstable (snapshot) builds. Possibly they just don't have enough testers yet, though you could ask @Ruarí about that. (As far as I know, he's the main guy in charge of Linux builds.)
Hi, sounds good if it is all there on other systems.
Before you complete delete your install you can try to rename the file Login Data in /.config/vivaldi-snapshot/Default/
If you start Vivaldi a new file is created and sync start and bring back your passwords.
you didn't inform where you got those messages (the output).
it does not seem to be the Syslog, also we don't know if you could run Vivadi.
you don't run Vivaldi on terminal, do you?
last, how do you install it.
@EvilSpark See https://help.vivaldi.com/article/html5-proprietary-media-on-linux/ for a test of HTML5 video.
And you should use the herecura repo to install
@Priest72 said in Vivald ffmpeg-codecs downloading alot of things not sure if it's normal:
Have you tried just downloading the vivaldi deb.file from the vivaldi site.?
With respect, that simply cannot work. OP uses Manjaro, not Ubuntu/Debian. Manjaro is Arch-based, thus uses a fundamentally different package management system & tools. In MJ/Arch we do not install rpm or deb files, the process is very different.
As a further alternative to AUR, wrt using the herecura repo as an edit to /etc/pacman.conf, one could instead manually download the compiled compressed tar file from the repo's website https://repo.herecura.eu/herecura/x86_64/. Personally i continue to consider adding the repo to the conf file the superior method.
# Added 21/1/18 by Steffie, for direct [non-AUR] pacman access to Vivaldi [SS & Stable] + their ffmpeg codecs.
Server = https://repo.herecura.be/$repo/$arch/
I had my own business time ago and I had to decide what way to go. Back then the point was I could not find people with sufficient skills in the Linux ecosystem while it was relatively easy to find those for Windows. When you are in a hurry you cannot invest in developing your own "corporate culture", plus you don't want the additional burden of convincing "customers" who expect Windows and related technologies.
In my own country the only place where you find Linux is Universities and research labs and this is not going to change unless the Government or even some local administration don't decide to not renovate contracts with MS and take the risky decision to go for "open source" (that includes BSD, at least on the server side). Take risky decisions is not for politicians and even less for public employees, they go the opposite direction, stay on track, the same as anybody else before, now and after, so you don't get any responsibility.
Then there is another obvious issue: MS can make deals where they lose money as a tactic to acquire or preserve some "niche" in the "market". It is like lobbying at the higher decision levels. Lets say you go making some offer to a customer, then somebody comes backed by MS, they can lower the price at will, just to cut you out of the deal. And who are you, company ABC, compared to big MS?
@MrVideo said in Animated GIF not displaying:
An enhancement is needed. There needs to be a checkbox that says: Use animation loop value, if there is one.
If unchecked, or no loop value, then the other selection is used.
As it stand right now, the user thinks (I did anyway) that the Vilvaldi option takes priority. It doesn't. That selection needs to be made more clear to the user.
If you think your problem can be solved by a missing feature, please read how to make such request at Feature Requests forum and add a request.
While there appear to be a bunch of technical solutions to this issue, there is another way to address a lot of websites that do similar things.
When you find an offending field, you already have the data you want to enter in your clipboard, so all you have to do is type the contents of the clipboard. If you use Linux, AutoKey https://github.com/autokey/autokey allows you to write a two line script that will do that for you and you can assign a hotkey to run it. Since it looks like you typed it, most websites won't know you didn't and will just work.
AutoKey can do a lot more than just this - automating many functions on your desktop, but little things like this can make a big difference.
If you use Windows, AutoHotKey will do this for you. On Mac, there's Maestro and Automator.
@stilgarwolf , this is clear, but weak protection better than none. Besides if it is a PC that is used at home, this is in any case secondary and on a mobile phone privacy is close to zero anyway, especially connected to public WiFi. I admire the value and divine trust of the people who bank from the mobile.
@lamarca said in Is there a way to enable global menu for Ubuntu Unity DE?:
That's not Vivaldi related.
It is, as Vivaldi is Chromium based. Opera is Chromium based and has the Global Menu for Unity Desktop Environment.
Chromium on Unity with global menu