I did not reproduce the behaviour on my home desktop which have Debian 10 but with different GPU (Nvidia GTX670).
I'll try to play with intel drivers but not really sure what to do exactly as everything was working smoothly before the 3.4.2066.86 upgrade.
How you do that?
Click the magnifying glass at the top right
Click the cogs icon in that search box
In the new searchbox type "glitch" without the quotes
Click on Vivaldi for Linux in the Categories below
Choose Post Time newer than a month (or 3 months) at the right, since you said "since I updated to Vivaldi 3.4.2066"
Click the blue Search button
Enjoy 30 results that will tell you that it's a Chromium issue and you could try disabling the hardware acceleration (and/or more details). You may also try running Vivaldi with the --use-gl=desktop switch.
I remember that discussion at least in the MJ forums, it was about the license, but then again I always found it wierd and comico tragico how Chinopera would be in the community repo of Arch, despite being non-FOSS too AND a known privacy offender (tracking and ads)*.
Essentialy it comes down to what @Steffie and @BoneTone said
IMO saying [/implying] that you do not trust Ike is akin to saying [/implying] you don't trust any of the Arch Devs & Maintainers.
If you feel this way as expressed above, then use Ruari's script. Do you trust Ruari?
You do understand that if/when Vivaldi gets moved into the community repo, it's almost certain to be maintained by the exact same person, right? He's a "Trusted User" in the Vivaldi project, and as he already maintains it in the AUR & also maintains 73 other packages in the community repo, he'd be the one to do it. The only thing that would change is that warm fuzzy feeling one gets from it being on the mirrors.
That's what you've been doing though, or you'd already know he's a TU, and how the packages in the repos are maintained. You'll be trusting the exact same person whether using heracura or community -- heracura, BTW, being linked to on the official Arch wiki. You could have found all this information on the wiki.
/edit: *maybe Chinopera is paying them?
@Plasma Good to hear that . F2 is Quick Commands! If you are a keyboard user you should definitely check it out as it's pretty powerful (it is a calculator too). Search for it in the Settings, I don't know how it wasn't as your default.
It clearly does, but only in chromium based browsers. Firefox has no such problem.
Anyways, the packet capture shows that the server sends data to the browser successfully. Headers seem to be in order, but the browser fails to save the contents. I'll look further into this. Does Vivaldi have some kind of debug mode?
Hi, can you export your passwords as .cvs file from Firefox?
Iirc the password import is disabled n Vivaldi per default but you can enable it with a Chrome://flags
setting, search for passwords.
Also helpful to manage passwords in Vivaldi is chrome://settings
You can look there first if im or export is enabled, I forgot.
EDIT: the .cve file is plain text, keep it save.
@Gwen-Dragon said in 2020 and still no default https on repo.vivaldi.com?:
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Thank you for reaching out and sorry for the trouble.
May be this issue is a bug.
Help us reproduce your issue
How to report a bug for Vivaldi
carefully and report the bug to Vivaldi bugtracker.
Again thank you for using Vivaldi.
Done. Issue Reported.
For what it's worth, today I popped open Vivaldi and Evernote web was working fine. I have no idea what fixed it. There have been no Vivaldi updates in the past day or so, so I suppose it must have been on the EN end of things.
And also dead pixel at the top edge of the screen (tab bar)
(looks like it is Chromium bug)
@Sadi58 said in Shell script for a really private temporary Vivaldi session:
Imagine someone asked to use your laptop to do something on the Internet. You can simply open such a Private and Temporary Session of Vivaldi, without even first opening a regular Vivaldi window and then opening a "Guest Window" from within
there's the --guest switch for it, you only need a shortcut, or vivaldi-stable --guest from the terminal. Yes it's not the best (the rest should be taken care by policies I guess) but you wouldn't leave your laptop unattendant to someone else in the first place.
But anyway, a new script maybe helpful to someone, I would put it in the mod section though.
@scampbll said in Auto-Reload Options:
Yes, I think this is a great feature but I'd want it to persist between restarts. And the timer should reset if the page is manually reloaded, but it shouldn't turn it off.
@paul1149 said in Why is this site not secure?:
This way V has done most of the work and I can still invoke it via keyboard.
You can activate Stylus via the keyboard as well. In fact, it offers more actions for keyboard shortcuts than most extensions do.
@vivaldiacct , I have several Browsers, all of them Chromium without problems. Vivaldi has nothing to do with Opera after Opera 12, before the only connection is Jon von Tetzchner.
Every Browser you use, create his own perfil and directory. Therefore you can use, if you want 10 ore more Browsers, but only one of them can be the default one, in my case it's Vivaldi.