@catweazle Remember, we're not discussing what search-engine is the best in general. We're discussing what search-engine is the best at making a site-specific search.
Startpage not having a filter bubble doesn't matter, if Startpage only has half the website indexed. As for Whoogle, I just tried it again. And I ran into the same problem as before: It wasn't in English and I didn't see a way to set it to English.
IMO quite hilarious... but otoh surely rather demoralising from V Devs' perspective [ie, having one's hard work ignorantly criticised by someone who cannot distinguish V Settings/behaviour from OS Settings/behaviour]. 🤦♀
@luetage , no, in the literature the reaction or emotions of an interlocutor are described, which in a chat or post is certainly very inappropriate (I said with some irony and difficulty to hide a smile)
@jon said in Minor update (2) for Vivaldi Desktop Browser 4.0:
@ruarí: we'll make sure to let you know
Do you have fixes for M2 import in the works? There are quite a lot of threads and trouble with that, too, and it scares off folks that still use or fondly remember using M2.
We will work on improving the import. It is quite rough at this time. Please remember to report issues as that helps us make it perfect.
Sorry I am late to the game, I have problems too, I described them in the thread here: https://forum.vivaldi.net/topic/58193/importing-from-m2/20?_=1626558006268
My bug report has been given the issue reference VB-81599
Is this known or even been worked on already? PLease let me know when I should be fixed so I can give it another try, thanks!
@nicamlg , no problems here, V last stable, Win10 21H1. Deezer works fine and flawless. Try in a Guest profile, maybe it's an extension which block Deezer. Take also a look in the Web Page settings in Vivaldi, if sound is allowed.
@ruarí said in Minor update for Vivaldi Desktop Browser 3.7:
@rseiler: No because we cannot go back to the old code since changes were needed to make two line drag and drop work correctly.
For me two-line drag and drop was too high a price to pay for the loss of basic functionality.
@kevinknight said in How to master browser settings in Vivaldi:
I love the Vivaldi browser but I have just noticed a problem that I can't seem to get beyond. When accessing MyVestaCP through Vivaldi, I can get to the root of the site but not to the login at the alternate port that must be specified. The screen just stays white. I noticed the default behavior was the same on the Brave browser also but works fine on Chrome or Chromium. My OS is Linux Mint 19.3 and content blocker is off for the url. What am I missing?
Please create a topic in the support forum. Sounds like it could be a content blocker, extension, cookies/cache/localstorage, or some missing proprietary part. Also check what google services are disabled in settings.
@voicemorpher said in Fall in love with this great Safari alternative on your Mac:
@favincen: like this post to add 2FA codes support https://forum.vivaldi.net/topic/62646/macos-only-2fa-codes-propose-like-safari
Post up-voted. Tanks for the notice @voicemorpher .
With regulators, privacy advocates, and major websites condemning FLoC, Google relents.
Google's plan to upend web advertising and user tracking by dropping third-party cookie support in Chrome has been delayed. Most browsers block third-party tracking cookies now, but Google—the world's largest advertising company—wasn't going to follow suit without protecting its business model first. The company's replacement plan for cookies is a controversial system called "FLoC," but after many big Internet players came out against the idea (and the EU launched an antitrust investigation into the plan) Google now says that "it's become clear that more time is needed across the ecosystem to get this right." The new timeline pushes back the death of third-party cookies by about a year and a half.
Google has committed to a public development and testing period, with "Stage 1"—the completion of testing and the launch of user tracking APIs—happening in late 2022. Stage 1 will last for nine months, giving publishers and the advertising industry time to migrate their services. "Stage 2" starts in mid-2023, when Chrome will phase out support for third-party cookies over a three-month period. Again, not tracking users at all—which is the stance other browsers have taken—does not seem to be on the table here. Google says that in the future, a more detailed schedule will be available on privacysandbox.com.