@paulderbaer said in HTML5 & Browsergame:
Hat funktioniert @Gwen-Dragon. Vielen lieben Dank dafür. 🙂
Jetzt interessiert mich, ob die vom Game-Support auch davon wissen.
Melde ihnen doch, dass ihre Browsererkennung einen Fehler hat.
Ziemlich merkwürdig das Ganze.
Meine garstige Vermutung: schlampige Spielprogrammierung und/oder nur für die drei Browser-Platzhirsche getestet.
@Linu74 Nope.. not for what I need I don't.
Just fixed the issue, and loading the test page, the browser now plays H264 and HTML5 - which is all I need really for Youtube etc.
I have a media player for music, and I don't do streaming or such. So, it works for me now and, importantly NO external packages.
@dLeon said in Video (html5?) does not start in Vivaldi 1.10:
What's matter in the end, "Does the browser (the tool) could do their 99% jobs they promised in real world people use". Just up to 99%, nothing is perfect in this world.
You're right - and I just want to mention, that Amazon Prime videos are played also. I tried this after testing built in videos...
the HTML link element with attribute rel and value icon is not supported at this point of development, reported as a bug and has already a feature request.
Some other requests are meta elements with a property like og:image or twitter:image.
@elektriknathan There is a new Snapshot in which the bug has been fixed.
[Regression] Twitter web notifications do not work (VB-26048)
Can you try that out and confirm whether it works for you?
Disclaimer: Don't update your current Vivaldi! Install new instance as "standalone", so that it doesn't interfere with your current installation. You can easily get rid of it later by removing the folder where it was installed.