I went through the synchronizing process as Vivaldi Support Team told me.
But the synchronizing process was not done.
In our country, synchronized personal data can be checked by individuals and downloaded...
always~ always~ always~ always~always~
This is because the sync file is linked to a personal Webhard linked to e-mail.
So, Vivaldi is uncomfortable.
Especially, do you understand that I can't see my important information?
If Vi~ have the option to automatically create a backup? Wouldn't that be nice?
Really... I was stupid. The illusion that it would be good to sync.
I can only sigh now because of my lost data.
Now Vivaldi is only going to do simple web surfing.
I felt comfortable with Vivaldi until he had a problem.
Edit: The video was updated to fix some typos and improve some notes.
A brief tutorial on customising Vivaldi.
There is no sound. Pause the video if you need more time to read the comments, and want to try out the tips for yourself.
Note: If you want to comment on the video, please comment under the video and not here to avoid disrupting this thread.
@Gwen-Dragon said in Join Vivaldi Translation Team:
@pluvet Plese contact @Shpankov, click on his nick, in his profile page click the 3-dot-button and select "Start chat with Shpankov".
I already had sent PM to pluvet
@MMurray Editing and removing addresses is fixed in latest snapshot (3.2 Release Candidate 1). You can update to it already if you want to (go here and look under "Downloads - Stable stream") or wait for a week or two until 3.2 is officially released.
Probably cloesly related to (VB-69090) Not returning to recently used tab
and also related to (VB-60204) When taking a tab out of the middle of the tab stack and placing it right next to the stack, positions for switching tabs are messed up (which was fixed by removing the possibility to remove individual tabs from a tab stack, if I see this correctly).
Every weekday I open 55 tabs. These are the websites I go to every day. I also have a list I open once a week, and another for M-W-F too.
On the everyday 55 list, I've found Vivaldi doesn't open them as fast as Firefox, but is waaaaay faster than the new Edge.
@lolmaus I don't think you can. The search suggestions made by Google when using their home page are based on many factors, like your IP/location, search history (if enabled) and others (cookies) to give you what it feels are "relevant" results.
When Vivaldi uses the address bar to create this list Google will also most likely base the returned results on IP/location but not sure what other factors it might use. I do think Vivaldi also sends cookies on search requests from the address bar/search field which is not good at all (might report that as a bug actually).
The limit of five results is I think hard-coded somewhere, don't think it can be changed. The reason is likely to not clutter the drop-down with too many results.
You can easily examine these results by using the DevTools and looking at network traffic when running the search URL in the address bar. The results will be returned in a standard format (JS array/JSON?) They will also contain more results than five.
For instance below are my results when using the Vivaldi built-in query. So pretty standard results, but Google clearly knows my location:
["test",["testosteron","teston","test corona","testosterone","testament","test microphone","test corona oslo","test elsykkel"]
From a local shell using curl and pretending to be Chrome, no cookies, but it still knows my location. Not sure how to account for the slightly different results from the above one:
["test",["teste for korona","testosteron","test corona","test elsykkel","teste seg for korona","teste korona oslo","test robotstøvsuger","test robotklipper"]
From a shell on machine located in the US:
["test",["testosterone","testing","test my internet speed","testicular torsion","testicuzzi","testimony","testicular cancer","testament"]
From a shell on a machine located in Germany:
["test",["teste dich","testosteron","testament","testerheld","testberichte","test mineralwasser","testo","testspiele bayern"]
Also note that by default, Vivaldi does not have a suggestions URL for Google, because it's not "approved" by them, so any search suggestions comes from the hack of "pretending" to be Chrome.