Vivaldi ignores Cookie settings for: Block cookies on [*.]google.com
I have to detect that with the setting:
- Allow local data to be set
- Block third-Party cookies and site data
a cookie and Channel-ID from ".google.com" are set in cookie overview.
This behavior happened twice since update to the newest stable build.
In all old versions the setting was respected.
Windows 7 Pro (x64) Vivaldi 1.5.658.44 (Stable channel) (x32)
I just realized this myself and it has NOT been addressed.
Then I read the blog about them dissing Google for "Do No Evil"
How can they say this when obviously there is something going on between Vivaldi and Google?
I pulled it an went back to Pale moon. 10 months to address this issue is enough. There's some backroom collusion going on between them.
This is happening to me as well. Maybe i'm misunderstanding how
[*.]google.co.ukworks, because that's not a valid regexp, but that's how it suggests you block domains.
Did you test if that works in Chrome 61? may the chromium code has a bug in blocking cookies.
But you can report a bug to Vivaldi.
If you found a bug, please report the issue to the developers to fix it.
How to do a bugreport for Vivaldi
Report each bug seperately at https://vivaldi.com/bugreport/
Describe the issue as precise as you can.
Add some information about extensions you use.
Add information about the operating system and version you use.
If you have problems with video or audio give us information about your installed codecs and graphics card/GPU.
Add a exact link to the page where the issue comes up and can be tested.
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In a reply to this mail you can add more information and files (like screenshots or testcases) as attachments and it will be added automatically to bug report.
If you have questions about the bug please ask in forum first and do not forget to post the VB-XXXXX bug number (you can find it in confirmation mail).
Thanks in advance for helping us to make Vivaldi better!
My brother submitted the bug report.
I tried going as far back as Vivaldi 1.4 and it still happens.
There will be no Chrome browser in our house, sorry.
I did find a news release of an Opera/Google partnership. I recognize some names here from that old team, maybe you guys are unwittingly "along for the ride" with this issue?