yes it is AAC or MP4, call it proprietary protected licensed or whatever I don't care, other web browsers don't have problems playing this website per se.
on raspi3, other browsers crash (and eventually freeze the raspi3) so after all my testings one could conclude that the website is programmed poorly, not robust coded to run stable on all and any browser and system. but it does run smoothly on win7 with chrome. but not on raspbian with any browser. maybe it's the raspbian code maybe it's the website code.
so i doht expect or hope for a solution from vivalid. besides, this forum seems deserted. what a waste of time. I'm not gonna hold my breath, i just wanted to p++p here and will check in distant future what came out of it.
the test website for streaming audio and playlist is
www . naxosmusiclibrary . com
the other day vivaldi might have played the audio but the internal engine crashed after advanving thru a few tracks from an album.
Hi, to find a setting it is useful to use the search bar in the settings.
As the settings list goes bigger and bigger I use it most of the times, nobody cant remember all the settings now.
It´s a pity, you can download a debug build, test and report it to the bug tracker.
Software crashes are often easy to fix, better than an issue happen now and then.
Good luck, mib
@pipppoo You said earlier:
I've tried it in a new profile. Unfortunately, it doesn't work either. 😕
Then I said after watching the video:
But that does not look like a clean profile - at least one extension, and signed into Sync.
If you actually had tried in a clean profile, there would be no Vimium installed 😉
But OK it works now, fine 🙂
@doctorg said in Ubuntu 18.04: Save as filename suggestion:
@jochen01 said in Ubuntu 18.04: Save as filename suggestion:
Vivaldi 4.1 works. Vivaldi 4.2 doesn't.
Please read Help us to reproduce the issue carefully and then report bug to Vivaldi tracker.
Thank you, will do after returning from my travel.