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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Help on Feature Requests
There are a number of feature requests on this topic. Please vote for those that you think would be helpful.
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
In addition, I do not like how Vivaldi and other chromium based browsers auto-populate the login fields when on a login page. I prefer how old Opera handled it; nothing appears until you hit either ctrl+enter or the wand button. Please bring this into Vivaldi, simply because it adds that one small extra layer of safety.
Vivaldi is already very customizable.
It uses web technologies to display the UI, so a lot of things can be changed by just modifying a .css file (and for more complex customization involving the structure the bundle.js can be modified)
Buttons can be hidden or repositioned, shapes and colors changed, animations added, etc, etc.
The interface is just like any other web page.
Here is one example, what can be accomplished:
To be clear about the Linux comments, they were mostly useless and off-topic… that's a Linux user who say that.
Maybe there was too much censorship on the other things, I don't know, but I prefer upvote system for usefull comments.
An upvote system can HighLight the most requested things.