@Steffie VM 3.1.1929.28 Snapshots inspected for Google DNS Service status:
SolydK = unticked.
Manjaro Stable = unticked, BUT, the Google Service Form Autofill had become ticked, sigh!
Mint Cinnamon = unticked.
Fedora Workstation = unticked.
Atm there's too much variability IMO to justify a BR. I'll keep monitoring it over coming updates, for now.
Hi, I reread the thread and may be one reported already.
Bookmark list is empty if I use Strg+B or use link on startpage.
Only imported and trash can is visible.
Bookmark panel shows all correctly.
Today I've upgraded to vivaldi-stable_3.0.1874.23-1_amd64 both from the official repository and by downloading the file "vivaldi-snapshot_3.0.1874.22-1_amd64.deb" but it faalide to start in both cases with a very short terminal message like "core dump message" as far as I can remember.
Fortunately, I downloaded this snapshot and started using the new version 3.0!
@Medeman If uBlock can do it, the internal blocker can as well. It's just a matter of figuring out what URL(s) to block. The internal blocker can use the same lists as uBlock, so probably you won't even need to make your own list, just figure out what list to add.
You need to look at the network tab in DevTools to get an idea what to block.
Do you have a link to a channel with a lot of such ads?
EDIT: From a quick look at Twitch, looks like it uses amazon-adsystem.com to serve ads. This is already included in the list "English (Peter Lowe's List)" which Vivaldi includes. You might just need to enable it.
@newscpq Can confirm. Changing spell check language in a private window (using Context menu -> Spell check -> Click a language) does not have any effect. The language I choose will be selected next time I go to the spell check context menu, but the spell checker doesn't respect this change.
However, if I go to a non-private window and change the language there, the spell check language will also be updated in the private window next time I type something or move the cursor in the input field.
So it seems like a bug to me.