In last update the Vivaldi icon has changed color on all my computers, now grey with a white "V". How sad can it be ? Especially in KDE with "Cario menu" this look kind of sad. I suggest to do something like a transparent red/warm color on the "V", possible a "glow" around it, and maybe a "V" that have some properties from a heart symbol ? After all Vivaldi has become closer to our hearts I know, but after all, taking up this issue means my Vivaldi installations work very good on both platforms I uses :cheer:
The new icon is being used to identify Snapshot versions as opposed to Stable. As described in the blog
Thanks for explanation, but the grey is a bit sad..
I'm also disappointed having to cope with the dull grey icon.
May pose a suggestion?
If the Stable releases are using a red icon, whcih they obviously should, could the development version perhaps use a darker, greyed shade of red?
Those in the know would see the difference, yet continue to feel connected with the default Vivaldi icon in red.
Why have so many bytes been wasted on matters of such little significance? I have to open the About page to know which build I am using anyway. The Black Icon is harmless, and if it helps someone, all is well and good.