Hi, there was a bug in one of the 5.2 version of Vivaldi but it is fixed in Vivaldi 5.3.
There are some issues in this version therefor the auto update is disabled at moment. You can download it and install as a standalone install to test or wait a few days.
Check the block/forum for news about the new 5.3 status.
Sorry, we had to pull it back due to an unexpected regression. Expect a new build (with a proper fix, and hopefully no regressions) to arrive soon. 😅
//EDIT: And it's here - try downloading this version. It includes a couple of extra fixes too. 🙂
@wonkymonky It is fixed in 5.3.2658.3 Snapshot.
See What is a Snapshot
If you want to test, you can install with Snapshot Installer mode Advanced as a Standalone version, that will not influence your Stable browser data.
@Phileosophos said in SiriusXM online player doesn't work:
sn't that a bit ridiculous something like 5+ years later?
No, it is a question of costs per browser installation for codec and DRM licence.
And blame Windows for their bad not-free interface to installed codecs.
@Phileosophos said in SiriusXM online player doesn't work:
It works in literally every other Chromium browser
Yes, they pay and/or get access without costs.
I'm unable to reproduce the issue any more in the latest Snapshot. For anyone interested, you can download and install it as standalone, and test it yourself. The next major Stable update should include the fix.
PS. If you're wondering what's the difference between Snapshot and Stable, check out this link. 🙂
@isildur said in [bug] Find in Page causes entire lines to be magnified, if a search phrase is line-broken by text wrapping:
@streptococcus said in [bug] Find in Page causes entire lines to be magnified, if a search phrase is line-broken by text wrapping:
I am not seeing anything like that. I tried using Find in Page with the word "the", and everywhere those 3 letters were together, it was highlighted, but there was no animation or magnification. I tried searching for "magnified for a moment", which is broken at "magnified". The phrase was highlighted but not magnified.
The temporary magnification only appears to happens when there isn't page scrolling triggered when jumping from one instance of a term to the next. (This lack of pulse if it scrolls actually makes a kind of sense -- it's already easy to see which match you're on if the term is so infrequent you had to be scrolled to it. The pulse helps differentiate between a series of matches close together.) Enter "The" in your Find in Page, then repeatedly delete the "e" in the search box and retype the "e". You don't see "Th"/"The" alternately pulse a bit, each time?
I tried that, but saw no animation.
Vivaldi windows are getting misplaced when you remove an external monitor.
Do: Plug on your Macbook one or more monitors
Do: Open more than one spaces
Do: Open several Vivaldi browsers on different spaces
Do: Unplug the monitor
Expected: Vivaldi windows are moved wisely into the newly available screen(s)
Expected: Vivaldi windows should be smaller to fit in the new monitor(s) sizes
Observed: Most windows are off the screen since they don't fit while the external monitor is bigger.
Observed: It is hard to move them to a better position since the half title of the window is off the screen.
Observed: Some windows are moved to different spaces
Continue the flow of Bug 1
Do: (Optional step) Arrange the window to be better
Do: Plug back the monitor
Expected: All Vivaldi windows to be at the place where they were.
Expected: All Vivaldi windows should be at the spaced where they were
Observed: All Vivaldi windows are moved almost one over the other on the primary monitor of the system. The user has to post and move back all windows to the spaces they were :(.
Also, in general, moving one window to another using the Three fingers up gesture, the window might be placed off the screen on target monitor.
Chrome supports this years now. Plug in or out monitors, and the windows remain in their space & position, according to the current monitor configuration. The user doesn't see any windows misplaced.
The potential fix would be that Vivaldi remembers the window position on different monitors configuration (by something unique).
I have this problem as well, Vivaldi moves to internal display, and often cutting the nav bar off. This is a dealbreaker for me, I cannot keep my workflow and organisation going when this happens several times a day.
@doctorg said in Ctrl-Shift-P from Print Preview not working:
@sneas Yes, Ctrl-Shift-P fails. That is known since years and unfixed.
Bug: VB-47748 "Ctrl+Shift+P does not open Windows print"
I know that the shortcut to directly open the Windows system print dialog was removed a long time ago.
Until recently I could use Ctrl-P to open print preview, then immediately use Ctrl-Shift-P to go to the system print dialog. This is no longer working for me.
Thank you very kindly.
I looked to see if a bug had been reported, but PWA was the term I was missing and couldn't remember that foiled my searches.
I will give your workaround a shot. In the meantime, using the bookmark bar, right clicking the item and choosing Open in a New Window is working for what I need. Not quite as convenient as a PWA, but very serviceable for my needs.
Hi, I can verify the bug in latest stable and snapshot.
I guess it is an UI issue, you need Google server to get preload and there is no setting in the desktop version of Vivaldi.
Please report it to the bug tracker: https://help.vivaldi.com/android/#android-troubleshoot
@lycorvinus No, there's no need to report it again. Your issue was confirmed and our developers will try to fix it. We don't give any ETA's, as it's hard to predict how long it might take - some issues take days whereas some last for months before we can figure out how to tackle them. 🤷♂ You'll receive an e-mail update once it's fixed.
@doctorg Yeah, is not the first time I share minor UI glitches with some but for other testers are CNR.
Reason now I tend to open a thread before doing a VB. Can you check for this, too? (but I fear is the same)