@qu3x said in Windows uninstall fixed – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 2312.13:
Just started up the latest SnapShot to realize that the additional search field has been dumped.
Show in Address Bar
I now need to additionally adjust the cursor position
Actually, you do not. Just click the magnifying glass and start typing. Focus is already in the Search field. The button save space, with one more click needed if you want to change the search engine.
I also prefer the line between the toolbar and the panel, but aesthetics is a personal thing. Ask in the Modding Vivaldi and maybe someone can tell you how to restore it.
@operafanboy said in Tweaks and improvements – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 2305.3:
Also I almost always keep the tab-bar Minimized. Don't recall the status of it at that particular time I updated.
My mistake. Sorry I was thinking Panel bar.
Not sure why my settings were changed but being a wee bit OCD about such things, they were. WTF!
Pardon me but I take a lot of time going through the Settings as I use the Snapshot channel. Sometimes new settings are introduced and others become deprecated.
I did the same when I was an Opera user and do the same with FF which I also use periodically.
The browser is the most used programme on this computer. I prefer it to be consistent in its layout and appearance.
I mention chromecast as it was mentioned also. The update installed and when I relaunched Vivaldi my Search Field was missing and Setting > Search > SearchOptions: Search in Address Field was checked (something I never have enabled).
That is why I asked if the change could be made to save those settings when Updating the Snapshot.
I tried Vivaldi Stable stream (2259.33), but when I opened the page from the speed dial, the access error message appeared for a second (I could not read the message) and then went to the clicked page.
This error was not occured in the previous versions.
@Pesala I just found this after filing bug VB-78992 where the pin entry fields on disney+ are filled by entering numbers AND at the same time the single key shortcut is triggered.
There is also references of shortcuts triggered in edit fields, in particular in the Confluence Wiki editor but also elsewhere. Hard to reproduce these things when they happen occasionally or only when specific conditions are met. With a little luck the disney+ case is descriptive, at least here it happened every single time that I entered a number that the same thing would happen with single key shortcuts enabled.
@xyzzy said in Fixes, fixes, fixes – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 2254.3:
@sjudenim This is a Snapshot, we are all testers, and this new "add bookmark" UI is still VERY new code; I doubt that it is complete. I never want to be too quick to judge any change that the Vivaldi team makes because even if I have negative first impressions, there will almost always also be positive aspects to it as well. I will use it for a while before sharing what I like, what I do not like, and how I feel that things could be improved, and I am also confident that the Vivaldi team will take all of our collective, constructive feedback into consideration and make things even better.
I'm not sure I understand your response. You've made multiple criticisms already of the new "add bookmark" UI and it's functioning, which I agree with. Hoping for certain functions, features and bug stomping are done is why we have to comment on Snapshots. Of course some things still make it to Stable regardless but saying nothing would achieve nothing.
More about frozen tabs: I can move them, I can mute them (tho no sound is playing cuz no page content is loaded) and I can hibernate them.
As it turns out, hibernating works, and hibernation prompts the tab to refresh on un-hibernation which fixes the issue. It's almost as if the tab was hibernated, but not marked by the browser as so.
@npro Fyi, I've said this before, but the new drag-n-drop works very poorly with "Minimize Active Tab". This what can happen if you try to drag the active tab of a stack right after opening the stack: