Working with latest Vivaldi on a Raspberry 400 ( with latest standard system) and
noticing this strange behavior since the start of working with Vivaldi ( last year )
Have the idea there is some conflicting scripting going on in the background let me explain:
when typing just text several standard keyboard keys have suddenly different functions enabling menus / sub-menus within Vivaldi so it impossible to just write some text/ notes when using Vivaldi.
It does not happen when quit Vivaldi then the Raspberry runs smoothly without any weird things going on.
This is off course “a bit” annoying and hope someone has perhaps a working solution to solve this because Vivaldi has everything on board that needed here.
Greetings & thanks!
Don't worry that it is listed. As long as it isn't installed you don't get any update notifications.
If you want to remove the source you can find it in synaptic too.
Click >Settings >Repositories >Additional Repositories
and delete the Vivaldi entries.
@dcbdbis, manually installing extensions in Vivaldi, obviously is not a problem, dragging the crx files to the extensions page and voila, the problem is only that this way they are not updated automatically, this then also has to be done manually.
At the moment no more things happen to me that could seriously affect Vivaldi (Restrict access to some services for others than Chrome?), it will be seen next month. Let's see what the Vivaldi Team says on this matter, but surely they are already up to date and working on possible problems that Google may cause.
@Gwen-Dragon The Pop!_Shop showed me that Vivaldi had an update, so I tried updating from there but it would not let me. I tried updating from the Terminal instead, but to no avail and it told me I had an expired key. I was also unable to renew my key and had to go and download the public key and then it let me update the browser. The problem might be on Pop!_OS's end and not yours.
@iomari said in startup Options:
@reni said in startup Options:
RMT on start icon -> forgot last opened documents.
Does that help?
Don't understan RMT
right mousekey (sorry, i thinks in german) 😞
@potmeklecbohdan @TbGbe Thank You!
I have managed to do what I wanted using profiles. I had to set them up properly but ultimately I can now launch two separate browser windows each with different profile and set of tabs both pinned and normal !
@potmeklecbohdan said in faking locales:
IIRC in settings you can choose if you want to show date & time in your computer's locale or based on the language that you've chosen -- but I don't know if it affects the web sites as well.
you can make a custom locale (don't know where they're stored, but it's something like /usr/share/locale)
I have edited the locales I use to display dates in the format I want.
$ date +%x
But it seems like most apps (other than system ones) just don't use my patched locales.
then in /etc/locale.gen (IIRC) add a line with that custom locale
The generated locales (at least on my systems) get stored in /usr/lib/locale/locale-archive.
I checked it on my laptop (with Linux Mint) too, and there the focus-steeling doesn't exist.
So I have to find out why it is on PC.
EDIT:// I just found out, that the bug is caused by checking the refresh-option of the web-panels. This option is a new feature in the new snapshot.
I reproduced it on my laptop.
The deactivation of all refresh-intervals is necessary to get the focus on text-fields again working.
@luetage said in Customize image context menu?:
@TheBitBandit Enable developer mode in vivaldi://extensions and just drag your script.user.js file unto the extensions page. Will install just like an extension.
That's great info, thanks @luetage!