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.
Well, it's not Chrome's Presentation Mode, but as of snapshot 22.214.171.124 Vivaldi can toggle its UI with hotkey ctrl+F11. (But there's a known bug where the Vivaldi menu is still displayed in this mode.)
nope, local files do not work. From the info I have gathered from the web:
Chrome and its derivatives have closed down usage of the local files.
Seems this is it. This can not be done in Vivaldi, developers prove me wrong - (using local server is not an option).
I'm having success using [In the settings you can add a permanent UA by domain. Firefox 33 is in the defaults and works fine for inbox. Too bad it does not work for me: http://i.imgur.com/QAJiB63.png . I tried another useragent, but it has the same result.](In the settings you can add a permanent UA by domain. Firefox 33 is in the defaults and works fine for inbox. Too bad it does not work for me: http://i.imgur.com/QAJiB63.png . I tried another useragent, but it has the same result.)
I'm unable to find them then.
Under Keyboard > Tabs are just options for relative navigation (previous, next).
CMD + 1 by default navigates to the "Next Tab (Recent)".
I would like it to go to the first tab from the left.
No worries. I guess it wouldn't be a lot of effort to provide these and it surely eases the switch for a lot of Chrome users.
Is there a possibility this thread was meant to promote the video page? For myself I can say I have seen enough commercials right now.
No, I'm not related to GoAnimate nor Wistia service
However, the problem is solved now. Thanks to Lubo_FI for the link. It was effectively a Flash problem. Vivaldi uses Google Chrome's flash plugin (as noted in the link), so, Installing Google Chrome and restarting Vivaldi solved the issue. Now videos play beautifully.
Thanks for your help.
Like the tagging idea, but must retain folders for older bookmark list compatibility.
And for tags, how about three types…
from page keywords
auto suggested from content
There needs to be an easy way to recall old tags... good thing about folders is that like items have a better chance of ending up to one another since I must review my old filing system to determine where something should be filed.
With tags, I could have some things filed under #school and some things under #college ... and if I searched for one, I wouldn't finds bookmarks tagged the other way.
While the small bookmark dialogue is nice - wouldn't mind it being much larger with access to "available" or "previously used" tags...
Also in bookmark bar, would be nice when hitting + if it would auto-fill the current page info.
When the browser is mature, single-key shortcuts should be fine, for those who want to use them outside of textboxes, the address field, etc. In such a case, most people will never accidentally activate them. However, at the current stage of development, the browser can't always tell when you are typing in a field that accepts text input, rather than simply striking keys while your currsor is over a blank stretch of page. So once the browser has "grown up," disabling single-key shortcuts should not be necessary. At this stage, however, it fixes the problem of the browser not knowing that you are typing in a field that accepts text.
I will happily agree with you that this is a bug, but a show-stopper?
I know this might seem like a stretch, but if you wanna have great user experience - then not having good visual feedback is definitely a show stopper (at least in my book)
If the page failed to load at all that might be a serious bug, but a mouse cursor not changing as expected is no more than a trivial bug.
From technical point of view - yes it is trivial. But from UX point of view - it is very important.
And yeah, FireFox users have always been 'in the darkness' with regards to this issue.