Update: First Snapshot Vivaldi 1.0.94.2


  • Vivaldi Team

    Hi, We're having our first weekly snapshot update ready for you guys. Take it for a spin and let us know how it works for you: http://bit.ly/vivaldiupdate



  • Using Linux Mint 17.1 Mate Edition I cannot close Vivaldi with the X control button. It does close using File>Exit.


  • Vivaldi Team

    @Terryphi:

    Using Linux Mint 17.1 Mate Edition I cannot close Vivaldi with the X control button. It does close using File>Exit.

    Could you try and rename your profile in ~/.config/vivaldi to vivaldiOLD and restart with the browser and let me know if it still crashes? You can delete the new profile and rename your original profile to 'vivaldi' to get your old profile back. Just interested in seeing if there's something in your profile causing the problem.



  • @Terryphi:

    Using Linux Mint 17.1 Mate Edition I cannot close Vivaldi with the X control button. It does close using File>Exit.

    This is a known bug



  • Thank you for fixing the shortcut settings. I can now set the period button as the shortcut for search. Awesome and keep the updates coming.



  • Hello!,

    Thank you for the first snapshot of Vivaldi! B)

    There are few things that should be added as soon as possible:

    • That is "Middle click" and open new tab in background when you do that in Bookmarks, last close tabs (recycle bin) … so, any link should work with open a new tab in the background when you click them with the middle click.

    • Another thing: What about "Copy to note" option in a popup window like the old Opera? This is REALLY NEEDED!! :)



  • Thanks! Testing.



  • OS: Linux
    Distribution: openSuse 13.2 (64-bit)

    Issue: the text elements of the Vivaldi UI (tabs, settings dialog etc) appear in a font similar to Times New Roman. Is this perhaps because my desktop is missing a font? I manually edited the file "custom.css", removing references to all explicitly-stated font families, but that has not affected the UI elements.



  • I just installed latest .deb package of vivaldi on my lubuntu 14.10 amd64 and i have two vivaldi browser in system: previous, technical preview build and current one, labeled as "unstable".

    Unlike other browsers i have installed on my OS, vivaldi can't detect mouse 4th and 5th key which i'm using to go to previous/next page, browser doesn't react to these keys and is not switching pages.


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