Is it all sites, and what do you mean by "blocks the site from opening" ?
Are you sure it isn't protecting you from bad web sites, because you can disable "Google Phishing and Malware protection" in the privacy section of the settings, but you probably should not !
If you insist on disabling it, I would advise a second opinion from an AV extension that will do the same job.
Take your pick.
I would recommend having the power of VirusTotal automatically scan anything you download.
@rotfl said in Split address into breadcrumbs for Ctrl+Click discoverability:
I think that Ctrl+Click feature has poor discoverability.
When user holds Ctrl key and mouse is over address bar then address should be split into button-like rectangular blocks.
Very well stated. I came here to make a similar suggestion, but my main purpose usually is to go to the top level domain. Vivaldi's current Ctrl-click configuration includes the prefix, in your example, "docs.", and often does me no good at all.
So to that end, I would add to your suggestion that the URL's prefix, in this case "docs.", also be split off so it could be clicked with the TLD, or ignored, as the user wishes.
@DeeOhhEff said in Option to Delete Selected Text Using the Mouse:
Some day, you programmers May appreciate the need for this feature.
That is unfair. Just because the developers are young and healthy (and that's not known) it does not mean that they don't care about accessibility issues. One poor guy has only one wheel on his bike.
Of some 1,437 feature requests, this one has just two votes, while others with over 100 are still waiting to be fixed. The Vivaldi Team is small (15 developers), and they have to prioritise on fixing bugs first, then implementing the long-promised email-client and mobile browser, so adding features comes only after those two.
I always suggest workarounds if possible, because some features may take years to implement. It may be frustrating, but there it is. The business is not making money yet.
(I have it in the webpanel, where you can also put the url shortener)
that's also a good idea, thx!
@hvergelmir -- My point, oh perspicacious one, was not that you did not know about it as a newbie [which is a criticism i'd never make, being deeply unfair to the newbie], nor that you then asked about it per se, but that you chose not to first check the Settings & then compounded it by making your enquiry post [the second one] a blatant false accusation. Had you merely asked your question with a neutral & courteous tone, all would have been fine. I can't ever fathom why some people who don't understand something then elect to blame someone else, when it's their own methodological failure.