There were issues in Win10 with HEVC.
MS was to have provided a fix but I didn't get it (?!).
Still running Windows 10 OS Version 1909 (Build 18363.900) so I had to uninstall HEVC.
Not sure if our issues are related...
I don't think this affect V that way, these are just outdated CODECs.
Pettern seems to be correct.
MS upgraded my X64 Windows 10 Enterprise N to Version 10.0.19041 Build 19041 last night, and this morning Vivaldi went to the pale V splash screen and then disappeared without trace. Several times.
So then I upgraded Vivaldi to the latest version , and as egigoka put it so well:
Install Vivaldi 3.1+
Try to open
Expected behavior: browser opens
Experienced behavior: opens windows with Vivaldi logo and no interface for couple of seconds and closes...
After searching for a while here, I realised that it HAD to relate to something of MS's upgrade, and went looking there (Technet) , to discover that Win 10 N versions do not include the Media Feature Pack; it has to be installed separately.
So I did, and Vivaldi is back! Thank you all.
Posting this in the hope that it will help others to a speedier resolution...
Note that other than installing the latest version, I have done nothing to Vivaldi itself.
Vivaldi 3.1.1929.45 (Stable channel) (64-bit)
OS Windows 10 OS Version 2004 (Build 19041.388)
@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.
Aunque ha pasado bastante tiempo, se ha resuelto tras la sugerencia?
"Off topic Tip"
Sigue el link de la firma Back up | Reset.
Aprovecha la oportunidad para inciar un plan de Copia de Seguridad, incluso crear un perfil plantilla.
SyncBack | Synkron ayudan.
Windows 7 (x64)
Vivaldi Back up | Reset
@iAN-CooG said in Automatically un-mute tabs that were playing when using "Prioritize active tab" option:
As for now, you can set keyboard shortcuts to quickly mute all other tabs than the currently active one, and unmute all tabs, so it's just a matter of learning to press a key whenever you need it.
You can certainly set keyboard shortcuts or mouse gestures to unmute all tabs.
But it doesn't work if there are more than one windows open. When I play spotify in one window and I have sound going on in another window, spotify stays muted. Doesn't matter if I try via mouse gestures or keyboard shortcut. I have to open the window with the spotify tab in order to get the gestures/shortcuts to work.
As I said before, if the devs just didn't fuck around with the Prioritize Active Tab all of those issues would be resolved.
I mean, the option even implies some sort of ranking order in which sound is muted/played, not just a simple on/off.
@GastonMACOUTE Désolée pour ces soucis et de te savoir si enragé. Afin de pouvoir t'aider, nous avons besoin d'en savoir plus. Comme les autres l'ont mentionné nous avons besoin de connaître:
le système d'exploitation que tu utilises, sa version ainsi que
la version de Vivaldi.
Aussi as-tu déjà envoyé un rapport de bug?
Si oui, quel est le numéro afin que nous puissions le suivre en interne?
A bientôt? 🙂
@zeiglerxz That is a great idea!
The android smartphone has a similar feature: When it's playing music, the usual set of buttons (previous song, stop, next song) is displayed on the lock screen and on the notification bar (I don't know what it's called).
On the web browser, I'm often annoyed by how cumbersome it is to stop the sound from a tab when I have many tabs:
Brows the tabbar to determine which tab is making the sound.
Activate the tab and hit the stop button.
You could say that I could hit the loud-speaker icon on the tab instead of step 2, but that would just shut the sound up without stopping the playing, which wastes some CPU resource.
sorry for the late reply!
It could be an option, if the buttons are easy to click (even with 50 tabs open ^^).
But I see two advantages with the "OS" solution :
if you listen music as background, you don't have to open Vivaldi (for example if you are on a text editor).
it doesn't take place in the tab bar.
After, both solution could be used simultaneously.
Just an idea 🙂
I would really like this feature. I would have a ton of websites in the Web Panel if they were persistent across all my windows. As a multi-window user, the current limitation makes the Web Panels nearly useless for me.
@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.