With Vivaldi (armv7l) I can't click on a dropdown menu item. This occurs with menus that appear automatically when the mouse cursor is hovered over the heading item. The menu appears as expected and when I then move the cursor down the appropriate item is highlighted and the link appears in the status bar. But when I click on this item the dropdown disappears and the click is apparently on the portion of the page underneath this menu. If there is no link on this portion then nothing happens. If there is a link there it will be followed. It appears that when processing the click Vivaldi removes the dropdown menu before grabbing the link.
Is anybody else seeing this and is there a solution ? An example page to see this is http://officeworks.com.au. When hovering over the Technology tab a dropdown menu will appear but clicking on any item does NOT work.
This still occurs with the latest version of Vivaldi.
Some Mint user report video issues, you can try to run:
To update the ffmpeg library.
You have some flags enabled:
You may have to switch rasterization ON if it is OFF or the other way around.
Vivaldi does not support Wayland, I read something about --enable-features=Vulkan but I cant remember at moment.
This is on Opensuse Tumbleweed, Vivaldi 6.1.3035.75, all default on my laptop, specs in my signature.
Using vivaldi on both systems, with similar "end user" impact,
leads to not distinguishing it too much. - BUT in closer look from higher perspective, its crucial info, that the root of the problem seems same.
Also internall vivaldi task manager confirms that, with small utilization on both systems: gpu+cache+network(here is small catch, no data is going throught wire 0 = some kind of local cache loopback?)
Just now, nothing more than linking impacted directories to "non ssd" locations, hotfixes the problem = disk lifespan. Its probably by chrominu design.
Never mind... still crashing, just not as often. 😞
Today's update (arch repository vivaldi 6.1.3035.75-1) seems to have fixed my crashes. Updated a couple of hours ago & hasn't crashed since.
@saudiqbal That is the "Vivaldi" in it which gives you a warning at ebay.
Open Settings → Network → select "Google Chrome" and restart.
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Hi, this is a bug, is reported to the Vivaldi bug tracker and confirmed.
[macOS] Crash when VPN is connected/disconnected
I could reproduce it on Windows 11, not tested on Linux at moment but I guess it is the same issue.
I hope we get a quick fix but as usual this happen at Friday, Grrrr. 🙂