@purgatori As noted by @AltCode, it was added a long time ago.
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Specs: AMD A10-6800K, 8 Gb on Win 10 64-bit 1809 build 17763.557 • Snapshot 2.6.1566.31 (64-bit)
@tflo The Vivaldi browser checks for updates every 24 hours so you should be notified of updates soon after they become available. Snapshot users also tend to monitor the Snapshot Blog or subscribe to the site's RSS feed.
Despite the long time,
Was the problem fixed?
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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.
@milafabio I love Vivaldi - much better than Chrome et-alia - BUT videos don't play in random fashion. Twitter; Facebook, and I have reloaded Flash twice!
Vivaldi 2.2.1388.37 (Stable channel) (64-bit)
OS Mac OS X
Flash 184.108.40.206 /Library/Internet Plug-Ins/PepperFlashPlayer/PepperFlashPlayer.plugin
User Agent Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_13_6) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/71.0.3578.98 Safari/537.36 Vivaldi/2.2.1388.37
Command Line /Applications/Vivaldi.app/Contents/MacOS/Vivaldi --flag-switches-begin --flag-switches-end --ppapi-flash-path=/Library/Internet Plug-Ins/PepperFlashPlayer/PepperFlashPlayer.plugin --disable-smooth-scrolling
Executable Path /Applications/Vivaldi.app/Contents/MacOS/Vivaldi
Profile Path /Users/tony/Library/Application Support/Vivaldi/Default
@ambimom Is there any chance that pinch-zoom could have been triggered? On Mac, if you have "Zoom in or out" enabled in your Trackpad settings, that locally zooms the page content without changing the layout. It also doesn't change the Page Zoom indicator and does not get reset by the Page Zoom Reset (Command-0) action either.
Vivaldi on Mac also supports "Smart zoom" (if you have it enabled in your Mouse or Trackpad settings) that's activated with a double-tap gesture. This zoom/un-zoom function can also be used to negate/cancel pinch-zoom.
Please consider adding a feature or setting option, let users choose whether resize or not.
As for me, I think it is a little ugly to resize the panel, especially in the absence of resize animation. The current solution is somewhat crude, in my opinion.
@luetage said in Safari's latest beta allows websites to adapt their theme based on macOS dark mode:
If I was running a website, I wouldn't want to support any color configuration imaginable.
A dark and a light theme maybe, if that better fits with the operating system the user is using, but I doubt even this will catch on.
Dark modes have been rising in popularity lately, so I do think it could catch on eventually, specially if Chrome were to pick it up as well.
Just look at websites, on most you can't even switch between dark and light manually, but you are expecting that they have inbuilt detection respecting the media query and then add automatic code to exactly match the browser theme.
I was thinking that it would be Vivaldi that would manage this automatic code and not the websites themselves, but I might be far more complicated that I originally thought.
This means most of the colors would have to be calculated automatically and the website theme would have to be built in a way that all color configurations work, including logos, images, menus etc. Maybe I have no idea what I'm talking about, but I don't see this happening.
If websites offer logos, images, menus etc. that can work in both a light and dark mode, I can see these kinds of configurations working. I mean that is already what Vivaldi does with its own UI.
Besides, most internet traffic is mobile nowadays…
If Android and iOS do eventually add dark modes, which I think is fair to assume that they will, then I think that this might catch on.
Vivaldi's userbase is simply too small
Still hope that someday this won't be true.
@gaelle But how about accepting that we post in apparently wrong groups, and try to read through is all carefully and consider if just posting the bug / problem he suggest that something else is wrong. That what you believe the problem to be stems from not fully understanding the problem. I have had the request moved and deleted, and bluntly, I know the problem and can fix the code - but I have to repeat the "fix" every time I receive a new version of Vivaldi. Yes - I have posted the fix. I don´t know it it fixes it all. I got my video working, but still get the "wrong codec" - and sometime I know the reason. Where to place it - how to report? Very good question. It is not really video you see.
@altcode One of the very unique things about Vivaldi is that you interact with it through a web-based UI that's rendered by the underlying Chromium web engine. That approach is quite powerful and flexible, and has a lot of upsides when it comes to implementing features cross-platform... but the downside is that it can sometimes make native platform integration quite challenging.