It seems like Amazon Prime is looking for the specific permission setting in the Chrome Settings, .. yet the chrome settings have been removed from this version of Vivaldi?
Is there any way to provide that setting so Amazon Prime will see the setting/permission it requires?
@LordOfTheNet said in Any ETA On Fixes For What's In bOLD?:
least for a short while that wasn't the case.
Only for some linux distributions. Works on Debian to have Stable and Snapshot.
And i think it should work on Redhat-alike distries now.
I can stop this happening in xfce by disabling the drawing of icons on the desktop.
You should be able to do similar in other desktop environments by doing the same with whatever handles the drawing of the desktop.
Usually the window manager or your file browser.
No, Vivaldi Browser Spell Checker is not a Key logger. It helps us to avoid typos.
@0001 said in How does spell checking work in Vivaldi?:
How does Vivaldi choose the dictionary,
Never guess, always check first. I don't you know the answer
@0001 said in How does spell checking work in Vivaldi :
..... where is it, and is there any way to change it?
Type vivaldi://settings/languages on the Address Bar
@pmeneghjr said in Choosing Vivaldi as not standard browser:
all users have their profiles in fact
You said profiles, but i wrote user-accounts/logins. I am talking about OS accounts, but you sound like you might be talking about merely Vivaldi user profiles.
Well i just did my own test.
I'm logged into my KDE Plasma5 default user account, in which as per usual every day i'm running Vivaldi-Snapshot [system default browser, for THIS user, & in which i'm writing this reply], Thunderbird, Kate, Konsole etc.
I used the standard Plasma method to change over to login to my secondary Plasma user account [thus, am temporarily now logged into two Plasma user accounts in parallel].
In this secondary account, i opened KDE System Settings, & checked the default browser. It is Pale Moon... NOT Vivaldi-Snapshot... ie, exactly as i previously intimated, & expected to see now in this test, each separate user account [& to clarify, i am obviously referring to user-accounts of the OS, NOT of Vivaldi] does indeed have its own independent default programs... including the browser.
@Ayespy You misunderstand me. I'm follow the things around M3 since the beginning. I wrote the 'Open Letter to Jon'. And I fully understand the process of development because I'm a developer too.
My Post before is a joke. For the statement from Jon which is the same since years: M3 is here but there are some things to do on it. But unfortunately I can only quote the proverb in the meantime:
"I hear the message well, only I lack faith"
I tried to write a style using Stylish:
cursor: none !important;
With this style activated, pointer still appears back after a while, but immediately disappears after I move mouse a little. I think this confirms that this is a bug in Vivaldi, not YouTube.
I don't like it either because it only shows mounted drives in other locations but the save file dialog will list Nemo bookmarks.
if I bookmark my Data drive in nemo it will be listed in the save file dialog instead of having to click on "Other Locations".
A known and reported issue.
FYI: Issue reported as VB-48957
I think, it is more a problem of Desktop Manager.
A Vivaldi developer said:
Yeah it has done this since day 1 on all platforms. Any problem that will accepts a HTML drag and drop that is under the pointer will try and handle the contents. The difference on Linux is that popular desktops themselves support this. While on windows/mac you need a fancy editor or something to trigger the behaviour