Thanks, I found that it must be the profile as normal user. The other guy had the same issues as I did. Running as a private window is fine as well. So to see the Opensuse work ok is surprising.
Anyhow, thanks for the items to check!
@nahianadnan1234 i said this in backwards, it should be
@nahianadnan1234 said in Dunst and ibus dont works after update:
( in the debian based distro works better than independent distro for vivaldi )
vivaldi works better in the debian based distro but for independent distro like arch or void it don't work as debian, i think vivaldi dev should test on the other distros
@DoctorG This was just a local calendar, and zoom was set to 100%, no more and no less. Im not sure what happened in the last update, although this problem seems to have been fixed! Now my issue is changing the color for tasks and having them show up on my google calendar, lol. I put in another feature request just a few moments ago.
Thanks everyone for checking in / suggestions.
Since creating a new clean profile did not work, I'll try to reinstall the browser.
If that doesn't help, I'll revert to @Pathduck's CSS trick and submit a new bug report with some reproduction steps and a feature request to have this functionality in some toggle in settings.
Hopefully reinstall helps.
@DoctorG I hadn't set a PIN to my Yubikey in the first place, I suspect that it's probably the vivaldi side which needs to be reset. However, it seems that vivaldi policy doesn't allow them to nullify the mistakenly set 2FA. So I guess thats that.
The solution of @mib2berlin worked for me. The main thing that I care about from the Default settings are my bookmarks, so I did the following commands on Linux. Windows and Mac probably have analogous solutions.
mv ~/.config/vivaldi/Default ~/.config/vivaldi/Default.bk
cp ~/.config/vivaldi/Default.bk/Bookmarks ~/.config/vivaldi/Default/Bookmarks
I suspect the core issue was that something got corrupted. That is why I am only recovering my Bookmarks. Fortunately, the corruption did not occur in the bookmarks folder.
@edwardp said in Videos from clarovideo.com won't play after upgrade:
I'm in the U.S. and cannot access the site. Access seems to be limited to Claro customers in certain countries.
I also tried another country site, with the same 'access denied' message.
Thanks for trying! I think it would have to be tested by someone in Mexico or Colombia.
(Fedora Kinoite) having flatpak would be very nice, rpm package is a bit awkward since it requires a manual update on immutable systems, and the flatpak would be more easily accessible, so I'm looking forward to the flatpak.
@abm0 said in Passwords:
So I will once again manually enter all the damned password
This is not a solution for me. I need some of saved (and hidden at that moment) passwords from my Vivaldi browser.
Does anyone know how to get it? Gnome keyring password is the same as login password. Linux Mint 20.