@bpz said in Raspberry Pi 4 8 GB running Ubuntu 20.10 Problems installing Vivaldi Browser:
So, to get the 64-bit package:
has a newer vivaldi-stable arm64 been released ???
I tried snapshots newer than v3.4 on my rpi4 ubuntu 21.04 64 bit but the performance was not as good as with vivaldi-stable_3.4.2066.106-1_arm64 ...
thanks folks for your help !
PS : oops my bad I just downloaded https://vivaldi.com/download/vivaldi-stable_arm64.deb and I got vivaldi-stable_4.1.2369.11-1_arm64.deb 😉 ... seems to work good ! 🙂
@doctorg said in Why not support chromium command line:
vivaldi --incognito works for me from shell.
What this does? In https://peter.sh/experiments/chromium-command-line-switches/ , there is no description for it.
Is it different from opening a private window in a running Vivaldi?
Is it different from opening a new private window in a running Vivaldi that already has an open private window?
@doctorg said in Today's 4.1.2369.11-1 Crashes on Arch Linux:
@doctorg said in Chrome based browers not working with systemd 249:
New Stable 4.1.2369.15 fixed the systemd issue! 🙂
Big Party for Archies now.
That was a fast response by the Devs. Good news, indeed!
@doctorg Thanks, Success!
As you will see in the screen grab below, I first went for the internet version - but chickened out. This was because it reports that vivaldi-stable is already the newest version (3.8.xx) - which it obviously is not.
So I then went for the downloaded package which ran (Only took a few seconds) and has obviously upgraded Vivaldi in the background because I needed to restart it to get the right version.
Many thanks, Chris
@tsrodr Hello and Welcome to the Vivaldi Community 🙂 👍
First - since this seems like a problem with Spotify, maybe better to speak to the Spotify people?
There would be no point gathering logs from Vivaldi if it's Spotify behaving erratically.
Also, correlation is not causation. Just because something else seemed to happen at the same time does not mean it was caused by the first thing.
This is troubleshooting 101: Just disable the CSS mod in Vivaldi. Easiest way is just move the custom css file and restart the browser. If problem in Spotify is solved, it was likely caused by the mod. If not, something else causes it.
If the Spotify UI can be inspected like in Vivaldi, it also might be a way to figure out what goes on. You'll need to do some searching to find if that's possible.
Best of luck, sounds like an interesting case to solve 🙂
@doppleganger said in Audio not working with 4.1, Arch Linux (solved):
Glad you have sound, and once you get to know the pavucontrol program, it will serve you well no matter what distro you use.
Already set it up as a Qtile dropdown, when I click the volume widget, instead of muting it now opens pavucontrol, which disappears when I move the mouse away from it 🙂 though to be fair now that things are "wired" correctly again, 99% of the time I'll still be using the media keys (I had to update the associated shortcuts, since what was 'PCM' is now 'Master' after the new installs).
Take care, and enjoy the journey of learning! 🙂
That is the spirit indeed! One step at a time. Take care too!
Command line switch to add a new profile in current profile folder (some examples):
Unfortunately the profiles get not the names you use in command line, they are with a number like this: "Profile 2" 😕
I'm using 4.1.2369.11 (Stable channel) with Arch Linux x64 i3.
I just tried it again a few minutes ago, and the breaking tab stack phenomenon is still reproduced.
stack 4 tabs (named a, b, c, d)
focus one of them (focus on D here)
Open the command pallet with F2 (default)
type "remove from tab stack" and Enter
then, all tabs in the tab stack are horizontally expanded in the 1st level.
I think it is a behavior of "Ungroup a Tab Stack"
But in your report, you got desired behavior...
I will try in Windows and compare the both behavior.
Thanks for replying and sorry for late response.