(PPS If anyone is insane enough to want to do something with them, I have a script that downloads them all as a CSV)
But that doesn't download the latest version of the mod (because you need to test it), does it?
@Nekomajin said in Bring back the link to the V blog:
a high-res version of the blue logo
Open https://forum.vivaldi.net/plugins/nodebb-theme-vivaldi/images/vivaldi-icon.svg by context menu and save as…
@gaelle I think the problem is, and I've noticed this myself, that any new sub-forum will by default be set to Watching. So when a new forum is created, especially in the "Local forum" part, those who have chosen to Ignore those will suddenly see its threads in Recent.
Personally I have all categories set to "Not Watching" and I believe this should be the default. Otherwise every user ends up with the red "99+" ... This way I can see replies to threads I've posted in and not all the other "noise".
@Datafix Post requests for the desktop browser in the right place. This one already exists, so vote for Auto Reload Option
Welcome to the Community. Here are a few links for your bookmarks that you may find useful:
Help on Feature Requests
Forum Markdown Help
Snapshot vs Stable
Vivaldi's Business Model
@potmeklecbohdan It is not a good idea to give any ETA. Even the In Progress tag raises expectations. We know that the developers are currently working on the email client, and it is on my Christmas wish-list, but it is still somewhere over the horizon.
I noticed that I now sometimes get feedback on a bug that I reported, e.g. (VB-60558) Down Arrow Missing for Folders on Add Bookmark Dialogue was acknowledge and is being fixed.
Even occasional feedback is better than none.
@britur said in Proposal re access to replies on posts:
I go to the post and I don't see any X replies in bottom left corner.
See the green frame in the picture below. But you can only see replies that show the badge in purple frame (i. e. created through reply or quote buttons/links).
Perhaps a dedicated section for newbies would be a good idea and beneficial to all. Is there such a place now?
If someone wants help, why would they use another part of forum just because they're newer than some others?
@potmeklecbohdan Yes, it could be something to take into account as well. I wanted to add this to my post but I thought, let's do it step by step...
Indeed, that idea is interesting as well but would mean a true collaboration and organisation among the moderators and this can take more time to be fully and smoothly implemented.
Starting with a few (at least the Resolved one which is really missing and, in my opinion, pollutes the interactions we have with the moderators) might be a nice first step.
Wait and see...