I've started getting this issue regularly again.
One of my work laptops keeps on getting stuck with "clashes with another client" in the sync upload. When I log out and log in again, there will be old duplicates of notes I cleared months ago.
I recently cleared the data and re-connect all 9 devices... but annoyingly it's started again after only a few days. Having to continually scan my notes and bookmarks for duplicates and then look through all of them to determine which is the current version (dates and titles stay the same) is a real pain in the backside!
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Enable Spellcheck in Settings, Webpages
Spellchecker in Settings
Consolidate Settings in a Single Place
Reorganize the Settings Dialog
Move Chromium Settings to Vivaldi's Settings
Vivaldi settings and configuration
Settings not visible
Countdown and Alarm Settings can be Setting in Vivaldi Settings
Different Settings (for different types of user).
Bottom-line: There are already too many settings for some users. Almost every update adds more options to the settings dialog, and users find it hard to navigate. The search field in the Settings Dialog is very helpful, but it does not find hidden settings
@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
@ineuw Drop Firefox and use only Vivaldi. You will learn much faster as you will no longer be looking for how you did something in Firefox for so long. (Why are you still using Firefox?)
I migrated from Opera 12.18, so it has always been easier for me. There: Bookmark Page and Open All folder items are the top two items on Bookmark Bar folders. It frustrated me when Add Active Tab was moved below the bookmarks.
@sahil28293 The explanation was given near the start of the thread.
@gaelle said in how to disable "switch to the new tab immediately" when click "open new tab":
We discussed this request internally and we like the idea but came to the conclusion that though it's possible to implement this feature, it would be very difficult to do it properly as opening links works differently on various websites. Let's imagine we add this feature and every single link you click on a page opens in the background. It would create a huge number of opened tabs and take quite some resources and time to manage and close them all would amount to more than spending a second more to use already available options. Furthermore, it would cause issues or even break many websites. For example, going through the process of paying for online purchases. When each click opens a new tab there are so many things that could go wrong resulting in a failed transaction or double payment.
In the meantime, there are many extensions out there that attempt to do this, but most of them are buggy and/or cause more harm than good. However, you can try the extensions out yourself by adding them to Vivaldi from Chrome Web Store. One that seems to work is LongClick New Tab. Please give us more feedback about how you expect the behavior to function.
Also, why is Ctrl + click or a mouse gesture that are already available not an option for you?
@Pasmatrova said in Vivaldi on Nextcloud:
Next/Own cloud has a nice set of apps that are useful and not complicated at all.
I'd say that Nextcloud is not quite as polished as e.g. DropBox. I encountered a few annoying bugs after first switching over, but have generally been happy with it since. And it being open-source at least means that Linux will see the same amount of love as Windows and Mac (unlike DropBox who dropped NTFS support from their Linux app, or Box who never had a Linux app and have discontinued their only official means of accessing the service from Linux).
Check for Stream/Chromecast devices
Browser update check
Update of Anti-Malware/Safe browsing list
Update of Blocker lists
Update of CA Certificates and revocation list
Update of internal components (see vivaldi://components)
I skipped 3.1 and downloaded vivaldi 3.2 code in https://vivaldi.com/source/ yesterday. It is OK.
MY instructions used in Windows CMD, hope it will be helpful to you and others:
git add README
git commit -m "Change-Id: 123"
# inside chromium/build/vs_toolchain.py
# change GetVisualStudioVersion(), return '2019' directly
set GYP_MSVS_OVERRIDE_PATH=D:\Visual Studio 2019
# install python 2.7 first
pip install future
pip install pywin32
# download node8
# change .gn file, add:
default_args.is_component_build = false
default_args.symbol_level = 1
change variable kWindowsKitsDefaultVersion to your win10 SDK version
# change chromium\base\BUILD.gn:
ldflags = [
ninja -C out/Release vivaldi
# copy relavant binaries to another folder
# install Vivaldi stable version, copy its resources/ to that folder
Berfore, i could compile vivaldi 2.5, 2.8 in one hour. Bu now, it needs two hours, it is bad. It seems the jumbo build feature was removed since chromium 80 .
@mib2berlin Maybe it depends on habits, i've been using M2 for almost 20 years and i'm comfortable with labels.
For M3 hopefully this is really the year in which it comes out, now M2 is beginning to feel the years passing.
For my use, M3 is already at a good level, i'm just missing a couple of things that i hope to implement soon.
@SuperOscar said in Tab buttons don’t respect window button placement (3.2):
That’s the worst choice of the bunch :p Clicking the wheel is impossible without rolling it, and then you never know what’s going to happen. Usually many things.
Depends a lot on the mouse and your dexterity. My mouse's wheel is extremely sensitive so it isn't uncommon that I scroll by accident while closing tabs (which switches tabs since I have scroll to switch enabled), though I still think middle click is the best and easiest option. ^^