@anita-johnson said in Question about sync.:
I feel so insecure syncing while not knowing if stuff and whatt stuff is going to be copied or erased...
There are help articles which you fight find useful -
@BitsBear This a valid request. I have the same issues on mac. You can drag the browser on the status bar, but I don't have that visible. You used to be able to drag on the panel, but at least on macOS this is dysfunctional in the snapshots and from what I hear the functionality won't come back. Personally I did a custom modification, inserting an icon in the panel and making that area draggable. You can easily do the same thing on Windows and in the address bar (or wherever you please). Even if this request someday should get addressed, it will probably be a long wait, possibly years.
I have the almost identical problem on MacOS (10.14) using the latest Vivaldi 4.
That is, on a desktop with no Vivaldi window in it, if I switch (Cmd-Tab) to Vivaldi and press Cmd-N, the File menu highlights from the action but no new window opens. However, if I use the File menu directly, a new window does open in the current desktop.
While you can navigate the menu using keyboard shortcuts in MacOS (by pressing Ctrl-F2, given that "full keyboard access" is activated, in turn toggled by Ctrl-F1, then use the arrow keys to go to the menu item and press return/enter), this is less known and less efficient. So I agree with the original poster that Vivaldi ought to do what most other Mac apps do, that is to open a new window in the current desktop when Cmd-N is pressed.
I also would also strongly to use interfacelift image ressources, and others. But downloading them is quite boring and then only occasionnaly. For myself, I found an add-on that makes what I searched a long time ago, this is Tabliss. Does Vivaldi should suggest image feeds like interfacelift, unsplash... ?
tabliss example :