Those of you with sudden slowdown or high cpu with Vivaldi running, try this before refresh your profile:
Save your session then shutdown Vivaldi.
Go to the Default folder & delete both Current Session & Last Session file.
Restart vivaldi & restore you previous session.
This is a frequent problem with corrupted session file, usually the session file size will be doubled of normal size when it happened.
Hope this help.
Es hat mich viel Arbeit gekostet, ich hoffe, daß es jetzt perfekt ist:
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Jetzt sollte es pixel-genau sein.
ist es nicht 😞 wie macht man so was? Der Unterschied ist sehr klein, fast unmerkbar, jedoch noch immer noch nicht pixel-genau. Ich gebe mich, nach x Versuchen, geschlagen.
Einen Rat, bitte, hättet ihr?
@piranjak said in Gmail won't load on vivaldi?:
Seems their (good-idea-to-have) extension causes some strange issues.
Never saw this for my setup because i use uBlockOrigin and Privacy Badger.
The other day I found that the Trace extension is on GitHub but only with part of the code open. The developer offers a premium version to unlock some extras. It is an proprietary extension and copyrighted.
The same with some other OpenSource with MIT license, i.e. also with copyright, but freely used. I think Vivaldi for this very reason can also enter this category and not be put in the same category closed source proprietary freeware like Chrome, Edge or Opera, which is definitely not fair. Besides, it would also subtract many objections on the part of OSS fans, who reject Vivaldi for this reason.
It can even show up on GitHub.
@ryofurue Command line session startup would be ideal! I could see where a GUI option could existing in settings as well. But I would leverage a CLI for starting a Vivaldi to the workflow needed for a particular task based on a command line startup of a session would solve a critical workflow problem for me and my coworkers.
I'm envisioning a batch file that launches Vivaldi with a particular session (if somehow the session file could be made to map to Vivaldi and open it with a double-click in windows... like if Vivaldi is your primary browser, then opening any .html files on system open in Vivaldi):
$ vivaldi --start-with=saved:travel # <-- the session is geared to the intranet and www sites needed for us to schedule and book our work travel
$ vivaldi --start-with=saved:Monday # <-- the session is geared to the 50 tabs as a linear workflow we need every Monday. Right now we use bookmarks/speeddial, which is clunky, because there's additional data saved in session that would make it easier and therefore faster for us.
OK, i probably found the reason why there is no internet for 30 seconds on "de-hibernation" of Windows 10 with Opera.
I deactivated, stopped the service superfetch with services.msc and set start type to manual, nit automatic.
After restart from hibernation now i got Internet at once! 🙂
This could be the solution.
If Windows gets slower through deactivating superfetch is still not clear.
I think it is useful at all, but not for Opera, all Chrome Browser engines running with Blink, a fork of the WebKit engine.
This i have to report to Microsoft.
So i will test it a while.
@izacks It may claim to be rejecting 3rd party cookies but under the current schema it's not, unless you are accessing EVERYTHING currently on vivaldi.net and none on vivaldi.com (which I think may now be possible.) It is not, or should not be, possible to log in on two linked domains unless cookies from both are accepted. It is a security vulnerability to do so. It is just possible, I suppose, that firefox is treating them as un-connected domains, which it should not - as they cross-reference each other.
Thanks. This doesn't seem to work anymore:
hash_md5 = hashlib.md5()
with open(fname, "rb") as f:
for chunk in iter(lambda: f.read(4096), b""):
f = open("Vivaldi.ico.md5", "wb")
On restart default icon (red) is restored, my blue one overwritten. Am I missing something or is this "impossible" now without going to extreme lengths? Not the end of the world though in any case.