DEFAULT RED COLOR?



  • Whe so agressive color polotics?



  • What do you mean? Do you accidently post in wrong forum?



  • I talk about Vivaldi browser default design color (wrong forum :)



  • Teh color seems to depend on favicons or prominent colors of a webpage used as startpage.
    Vivaldi.net has a red icon, so the tabbar is red.



  • Ok. but color theme so agressive. Can I change saturation intensivity?



  • Red is beeauuuuuuutiful!



  • Red is beeauuuuuuutiful!

    Really like it.



  • Red is beeauuuuuuutiful!

    I really like it. Not plain or boring.



  • @wilco:

    Ok. but color theme so agressive. Can I change saturation intensivity?

    Yes, it is very red.
    But no, you cant.


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    I also find the coloration of the title bar and the tabs a bit too aggressive. This, in combination with the absence of definition in other parts of the UI (no lines, borders, shading, demarcation, or any such between tabs or other elements at the sides) makes visual navigation around the UI a bit fraught.

    That said, I'm happy if developers pay attention to function and performance first. We'll worry about appearance later.



  • There is a setting to disable colorization of tabs.



  • @sgunhouse:

    There is a setting to disable colorization of tabs.

    Does not work for Speed Dial of Vivaldi.net; stays in eyehurting red.



  • @Gwen-Dragon:

    @sgunhouse:

    There is a setting to disable colorization of tabs.

    Does not work for Speed Dial of Vivaldi.net; stays in eyehurting red.

    The first version doesn't have this problem. Perhaps it is a bug of 1.0.94.



  • @wilco:

    Ok. but color theme so agressive. Can I change saturation intensivity?

    Totally agree. When I first started the browser I got scared as hell. I was like "Argh, where can I change colour? Need to change it now!" Took me an excruciating minute to change to gray.



  • Hi sgunhouse. Its jimwager from the opera fourms. How are you? I still use Opera 12 most of the time but it is getting so slow with my isp. Vivaldi is twice as fast. Also faster than IE or Firefox.
    I also don't like the color. On my computer, the menu bar is a nasty brown color. Silly but it puts me off using Vivaldi. Also I canlt find the version number anywhere so I don't know if shouild update it or not, I once got a mesage that a newer version was avaliable (that was last December) but I don't know if I will always get these messages. I certainly don't want it updating automaticallty



  • @jimmer:

    I canlt find the version number

    Try: menu > help > about

    The first line on that page should read something like:
    Vivaldi 1.0.365.3 (Beta) dev (32-bit)

    The "1.0.365.3" part should be enough to identify it.



  • Oh yes I see! I didn't even know there was something called "menu"

    Vivaldi doesn't like my version of Adobe Flash Player and wants me to upgrade it. I am not going to because the (old) version I have works with Opera, IE and Firefox and anything new made by Adobe will comes with a lot of things I don't want and which are impossible to delete



  • @jimmer:

    Oh yes I see! I didn't even know there was something called "menu"

    Vivaldi doesn't like my version of Adobe Flash Player and wants me to upgrade it. I am not going to because the (old) version I have works with Opera, IE and Firefox and anything new made by Adobe will comes with a lot of things I don't want and which are impossible to delete

    Opera and FF are using the NPAPI plugin, Vivaldi the PPAPI one, while IE use the Activex plugin. They are three different things.

    So it shouldn't be a problem.



  • Well all I know is Vivaldi won't let me use Flash, Quicktime or Windows media player. All my other browsers do.



  • @jimmer:

    Well all I know is Vivaldi won't let me use Flash, Quicktime or Windows media player. All my other browsers do.

    What does about:plugins tell you?


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