@catweazle If you are in need of a KeePass solution I recommend checking out KeePassXC for windows
https://keepassxc.org/ It also has its own official addon for all major browser.
For android I use KeePassDX https://www.keepassdx.com/
I really like how the KeePassXC works on desktop. One main installation that works with your browsers via KeePass own's plugin which you get directly from each browser own addons store.
My needs for a password manager on android is drastically different than that of my needs of a password manager on Desktop thus I can't tell you how good KeePassDX is auto-filling credential, etc. All I can tell you is that the software is solid, based on KeePass and it features all the options one would expect from a solid, secure mobile password manager.
*Both of these these opensource projects are in active development
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@rubens94 said in OceanHero extension not working:
Anyway, I use Vivaldi's ad-block so I'd like to add these search engines to my whitelist, to do so I just have to add the home page right? I mean, if I only add the home page it won't block ads on the results page either?
I forgot about the ad-blocker. To answer your question: I think so. To test it, search for "toys". And if the ad-blocker is off, you should see something like this:
2021-06-16 11.19.48 oceanhero.today 92f823420282.png
You won't have to do that for every search-engine. I think Startpage, Ecosia, Bing, and DuckDuckGo are allowed to show ads by default (because of the "Allow ads from our partners (support Vivaldi)" ad-blocking source).
I mean, if I see the ads but do not click on them they don't earn anything?
Good question, I don't know.
Extension data is (I believe), primarily stored in
Local Extension Settings
In your Vivaldi profile folder.
It is not stored in the "Application" folder.
There's probably data stored here as well:
Managed Extension Settings
Sync Extension Settings
These are all LDB databases and as such are black boxes unless you're a developer with access to the right tools.
@eggcorn If you're tech-savvy, enough, you could install a custom CSS page action like this:
You might be able to find a bookmarklet online.
But things like this could possibly wreck the webpage design.
For some reason, this problem is fixed in both Vivaldi and Chrome. The extension has not been updated since January, and I have not updated Vivaldi/Chrome since I posted this, so, I am guessing that maybe this problem could have been fixed by some sort of change to the "https://translate.googleapis.com" server that the extension is requesting.
@jon said in Alternative to MS Edge Collections for Vivaldi.:
Building another concept that competes with Notes makes less sense.
No, not compete with notes, organize notes/bookmarks/tasks.
I certainly prefer V Notes to Edge Collections but there are some things that you could learn from Edge.
Some more info from the developers of Tab for a Cause:
"Our extension needs browsers to allow setting a web page as the new tab page—and we also need the browser to highlight/clear the URL. (For security purposes, browsers typically don't give extensions control over highlighting/clearing the URL.)
In the past, Chrome didn't reliably highlight the URL for a new tab page redirect, but they've since fixed this behavior. Here is the ticket I filed to to Chromium a while back:
It looks like we'd need Vivaldi to make the same behavior change.
You're also right to note that the URL bar used to be empty in Chrome, and it still is for Firefox users. Technically, our extension used to embed the web page within the new tab page (using an iframe, if you're familiar with HTML). However, the latest policy for Chrome and Firefox extensions prevents using iframes, which required the change in behavior.
In fact, Firefox does not support new tab page redirects at this point (background info here), but the add-on continues to work for people who had already installed it."
@nomadic Thanks very much nomadic for your very complete reply. The other problem I'm having is not an extension but a website.
Just to report back having done your suggestion , , dead blue screen "SEEMS" not as happened frequently as before. ( Thanks ! )
I used to have problem with blue screen "IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL" Errors in Windows 10. It still happen but not that much now. ( I read this article too : https://www.tomshardware.com/how-to/fix-irql-not-less-or-equal-errors-windows )
Fan from my desktop also not so loud now.
FInally , I also iinstalled in Chrome browser "minerBlock"
Thank you very much, edmond
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@caligos Hello Caligos,
you're right, unfortunately it's not working at all.
I believe this is linked to the fact Kaspersky Protection isn't working (making the link between your Kaspersky product and your browser).
I tested by going directly to the 'Bank protection' module of Kaspersky Total Security, clicked on a bank website that I did add manually and... it opened Internet Explorer! 😢
So I think that, as long as the extension isn't working for Vivaldi (and other Chromium based browsers), the banking protection won't work.