@Joyoo said in Focus shifting via the keyboard – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 1784.3:
I import my all bookmarks Vivaldi freeze then crash and restart needed. / html import ca. 4,8 MB /
Please read and report this crash to bug tracker.
@7twenty said in Crash fixes and other improvements – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 1735.3:
@ThePineappleGuy said in Crash fixes and other improvements – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 1735.3:
EDIT: It seems to be working properly after I toggled the "Extensions Toggle" (hehe) setting from Address Bar settings menu. All the icons are now shown only in the dropdown. Still wish we could go back to the old functionality, where we could selectively hide some icons. Hopefully, it lands soon . Keep up the good work Vivaldi team!
i don't like the sound of this. I finally got the extensions menu working how i like it, and now it's all changing and it doesn't sound like it's better.
Hopefully hiding selected ones is on the way, because all or nothing is never a great set of options.
Well I should've updated my post, but turns out, the feature seems to be working well. A PC reboot might've fixed it, not sure, but now the hide button option is shown, and working as expected. The dropdown menu contains the hidden extensions, and they are also clickable. Really like this style over the old one.
@potmeklecbohdan said in Match your theme scheduling to your operating system – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 1732.13:
And compose as well (xsetkbmap -option compose:rctrl-altgr)
Compose works but that combo of using two keys to define the start of compose does not. I for example successfully use setxkbmap -option "compose:prsc". I checked Chrome 79 (beta) and see exactly the same issue so it would appear that we have inherited this from upstream, though it would appear that nobody has reported a bug to them yet AFAICT. Have you? If so do you know the bug number?
You are correct. Thank you. Norton Security Online (which I'm using) starts nsWscSvc, which, per Symantec's website, appears to be Symantec Endpoint Protection in disguise. It kills installed versions of newer Chromium-based browsers, but not standalones. I assume Norton or Google (or both) will get this sorted out fairly soon.