Compose your own web (browsing?) experience
make your own arrangement of the browser's traditional navigation instruments like tabs, bookmarks, menus or speed dials
add your own notes to the composition
use keyboard shortcuts or mouse gestures as your baton
create a web panel for that refrain that you keep coming back to
experience our tab staccato
overlap your browsing experience with different windows
I am not a member of Reddit, so cannot comment there.
I used to check benchmark tests regularly on Futuremark Peacekeeper, comparing Opera 12 to other browsers.
However, in these days of broadband the differences have become insignificant. Honestly, who can tell the difference between 300 milliseconds and 500 milliseconds?
What matters most for fast browsing is customisability. If I can arrange my menus, toolbars, and shortcuts exactly how I wish, browsing becomes so much more efficient.
Customised Opera Link Context Menu
Default Vivaldi Link Context Menu
By removing items I never use, hitting those that I do need becomes quicker. Adding commands to launch a URL in another browser saves several seconds for Copy URL, launch other browser, and paste & go in the other browser.
When you can save 5 seconds for that, who cares about saving a few milliseconds for loading a page? Heavy pages that take tens of seconds to load can be loaded in the background while I continue reading or whatever.
Home user version is still free to use. And promoting the Windows version is certainly worth doing. As far as I know, adding a program to their available applications costs nothing, their money is made from their paid version, which offers more options than just installation.
@pesala Yeah, I thought so too, but it's wrong. The number of community members is equivalent to the number of accounts on vivaldi.com. But not all of them activate their account (log in) to forum.vivaldi.net, that's why there is a discrepancy. You are taking the number from the forum, Vivaldi is taking the number from the main site.
@gwen-dragon said in Website would like to show notifications:
@jj2016 If the page is open, click the globe/lock in addressbar
For Notifications select "Always block"
This option was already checked, but I clicked site settings> notifications and moved the slider to 'blocked'.
Solved. Thanks anyway.
a bit fuzzy. looks like install or trial to be sure what is included. they claim WPS is installed, but another place says libre office. it says vivaldi and gnome web installed, but none of these items are on the full package list at distrowatch. There is a feature feren screenshot of vivaldi, so we are betting vivaldi is On. how many vivaldi users will it introduce to this forum? One, thedisciple, gave voice, so far. Seems like it would have been of notoriety here at vivaldi community or team blog to put a smile on Mister Jon. good or bad association yet to be determined.
@catweazle said in Vivaldi Dominates!:
I've 100/100 with Vivaldi in default configuration, without extensions
I wander why I get 97/100 in the test, with Adblock Plus.
@Pesala Hi again, I have instlled Opera 11.64, because debug-skin is broken in 12.17
@Pesala said in The Vivaldi Logo:
Who decides what a browser logo should look like?
Well, given that most operating systems have a way to change the icon for your web browser launcher/shortcut: The end user decides. Be that either by leaving the default or setting your own if it bothers you that much.
Not minus cheer here. Full of cheer here. as>like when reading Your personal aside to Tony, Bad Tony, chiding and directing Tony with that mustn't be and that meant to be. Dear luetage.
Another picture? cool. The artist' imagination goes further than the quoted concept.
Puffs of smoke Tony creates is missing from the pictures. Are they edited out with disguise? y'know... digitally?