@MaxKarlErnst said in Filter by domain for saved webpage passwords.:
i think if you use chrome://settings/passwords you can filter them. i agree most of these should be exposed in vivaldi ui, but i'm guessing it's getting there.
Thank you, indeed saved passwords can be filtered on the chrome settings page. But It would be better if this filter could be accessed from Vivaldi ui, as it is now it is misleading for a user.
Already planned, but no timeline.
Of cause, I'm going to ask that you consider putting forward a timeline.
I would also like to re-iterate some of the features being requested:
Openness, in the sense an external application or event may trigger a macro or talk to an API.
Security the counter point to expressiveness and ease of use but a challenge to allow real power to be released safely.
Simplicity a low entry barrier for new users and developers.
Expressiveness, tools that don't get in your way and meet your needs. The ability to shoot yourself in the foot is very different to getting shot in the foot by a misfire.
Distribution, the ability to create a macro once and re-use it elsewhere..
Lastly I'd ask that in this endeavour Vivaldi is made the standard and model for front end macros.
In the vein of repetition, I will say that I believe a feature set like this would put Vivaldi in front of a whole set of new users.
I tried this solution, the flag is active, but no import available.
When I go to vivaldi://settings/passwords/ I get to the first settings screen and in the passwords page, it doesn't appear either.
Alle users are imported but the passwords are empty, when I make the password field readable it appears to be empty
I'm on 3.0.1874.38 (Stable channel) (64-bit)
I restarted already several times. Even tried the shortcut solution.
Please help me get my passwords back, it's pretty useless otherwise.
I was able to find the settings page by going to chrome:// rather than vivaldi://
There I have the improt function now. But... Nothing happens when I import and they are also empty
UPDATE: it worked, but now it's all double :D, the empty and the filled ones 😃
and ctrl+shift+del > delete passwords doesn't affect...
I think it makes more sense to protect Vivaldi, and not just one stack. It would also need to hide the icon from the taskbar.
Perhaps this feature request could do it all.
Boss Key to Hide Browser
In Windows 10 the "Hide Opera" shortcut, hides the application and the taskbar icon. It's not even visible with Alt+Tab. However, there is no password protection. Clicking the Opera shortcut in the Windows start menu shows it again with a new start page.
@gixxa Did you run into this problem after either denying Vivaldi access to "Chrome Safe Storage" in your Keychain or the opposite... granting Vivaldi access after denying access to the Keychain for a period of time?
@Gwen-Dragon Thanks. I think that's the best solution for most people but was hoping to keep things simple... for now... 🙂
Given that @izacks started out reporting a Vivaldi issue related to entering passwords, then ran into more issues logging into Vivaldi, I think the concern was more about whether these two issues were related, or if there was possibly a problem with the Vivaldi installation itself.
@izacks I hope that we've provided a logical explanation for what was (most likely) the cause of the problem you experienced on the Vivaldi site, and given you a few options to address it. Thanks very much for reporting all of these issues!