@eggcorn There's no option, but I guess installing an unpacked or packed extension from local disk would stop it being updated. There are some hacks out there suggesting making the update_url in the manifest invalid, might work too, but wouldn't recommend it.
I have updated this post to include the latest default theme, Issuna!
As a small trivia, this is the second default theme after Private to be introduced without replacing an older one. It did however replace Purple Rain as a choice for the welcome screen.
@pauloaguia I think i totally understand now, the scripts look the same with which i used in tampermonkey, so ,obviously tampermonkey works on normal tab, but not works on web-panel.
I understand where i was wrong.
@catweazle I understand that browsers are going to deviate to a degree to provide the features they choose to support, but at least I can look up the differences for chrome and firefox, say. And there's no reason for Vivaldi not to provide sane defaults for basic API methods. A programmatically created bookmark shouldn't result in a hidden bookmark.
Thanks a lot for your reply.
Using the URL chrome://settings/addresses?search=auto I could easily correct my postal address for autofill.
However, I still can't find the item "autofill", when I call up settings from the "V"-menu.
@jenvk No, this is not possible unless you use a third-part application such as FastStone Capture. You need to pay for Windows Media Video capture.
ShareX is free and opensource, and will record as animated GIF.
Maybe other applications are free, or available for OS other than Windows.
Just for drawing, double-click the screen capture (it will be selected in your OS file explorer, and open it in an image editing program to add lines, etc.
Vote for Graphic Tools in Screenshot Feature
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@rishabhsharma8912 Hi, you can use Shift + Drag to move buttons. Just press shift key while dragging.
If you like Firefox’s button customization better, you could make a feature request here: