@thedoctorchannel said in Звуки клавиш как в Opera GX:
из-за лагов вызываемых подгрузками сотен тысяч миллионов мелких фишек
Считаете, что разработчики не догадаются сделать так, чтобы фишки не подгружались, если отключены в настройках?
This has been progressively getting worse and worse for some reason.
I've seen pages rendered like some badly decoded video frames - blocks of page rasterised in places where they shouldn't be, or blank page.
Scrolling is really sluggish.
Both the parts of the Vivaldi's UI flicker, and the parts of the page itself.
Opening DevTools feels like a Herculean effort.
The latest encounter was where I lost control of the browser, it was just flickering and switching between two tabs, on its own, not responding to any input.
For the previous few days (since I first wrote here), I was testing Chrome and Brave as alternatives for a few hours per day - they don't have any of the mentioned issues. This leads me to a safe conclusion that it's not the hardware of my machine or any of the extensions, but the browser itself.
Currently, Vivaldi is not usable for me anymore and I will be switching to some alternative until I see fixes regarding these things in the changelog.
@dancer18 sorry, didn't realize what forum i was on, i just defaulted to the language of the poster...
(off topic: the bread crumbs at the top might help)
The original request was
I have Vivaldi at home and I'd like to install it at work but importing all my email accounts without having to add them one at a time. How do i do that?
To which i replied saying there's currently no way to do that and suggested voting on the other post i linked to which is essentially a request for that.
Sorry about the language issue once again...
This also happens to me, I also use the dark theme/mode. If you switch to the light theme (for the browser, not the webpages), you will see that it initially switched to red (the Vivaldi default) and then to whatever the page theme is. In the dark theme, it switches to white (presumable the Vivaldi "default" on dark themes) and then switches to the page's colouring which is not used under the dark theme, so it's always black. This results in a "flashing" effect.
@try_out said in Middle-click Scrolling for Linux Version:
I don't know why it is not available in Linux
Fwiw, it is not strictly-speaking V's fault. In Linux NO chromium-based browser has middle-click auto-scrolling. 😡
Yes, it totally sucks, but the blame for it should go to gargle, not V. In the meantime, the least-worst option is the extension [which does not work well on some sites, & not at all on some other sites, but in my experience using it for many years in all my chromium-based browsers, it works acceptably on most sites].
Oh finally! I've actually dealt with this problem for quite some time, glad to see it got fixed. Always thought it was just something weird on my end since I couldn't find anything about this issue.