Mute tab icon.



  • Hello There. Can i somehow replace or disable "Mute tab audio" icon? Because this icon comes instead of the real tab icon and it is very annoying. TY!



  • There is a flags entry for this but at least on a standalone installation it doesn't have any effect if disabled or enabled it always shows the icon. I can't test on a "normal" install at the moment but you might try it yourself.

    go to vivaldi://flags/#enable-tab-audio-muting
    disable it and than restart vivaldi, hope it works for you



  • @zaibon Thanks for it, but it didn't help. Disabled or enabled mute icon comes anyway :(



  • @ThingFromBelow said in Mute tab icon.:

    Hello There. Can i somehow replace or disable "Mute tab audio" icon? Because this icon comes instead of the real tab icon and it is very annoying. TY!

    Could you put up an image of what you mean by "mute tab audio" icon?

    If it's the little speaker icon that animates inside a tab when a video is playing, then

    .tab-audio {
      display:none !important;
    }
    

    in your custom.css maybe enough.

    There's also a post mentioning that unticking Use Animation in vivaldi://settings/appearance/ would reduce CPU usage.



  • hi sorry to dig this thread, but i have the same problem, that i don't like the speaker icon on the tab, and the certain option in vivaldi://flags does not work.
    how to find custom.css on a Mac? thanks @aesouza



  • @joecole_1
    I might be wrong with this but as far as I know there isn't too much difference in the folder structure between the systems.
    Please correct me if this is not true!

    How to use custom css:

    1.) Go to the "About" page (vivaldi://about) to check the Vivaldi installation path.
    2.) Check the "Executable Path" entry. It should end with \Application\vivaldi.exe. Now close Vivaldi.
    3.) Navigate to that Application directory. It should contain a folder named after the current version of Vivaldi, like eg. 1.6.689.40
    4.) Open that folder and navigate to the following path: \resources\vivaldi\style
    5.) Edit the common.css file with a text editor and add the following code at the beginning of the file: @import "custom.css";
    6.) Use the text editor to create a new file in the same directory and name it custom.css. Make sure the extension of the file is actually .css and not .txt (or whatever the macOS equivalent is ^^)
    7.) Paste the CSS code to that file and save it. You can use that file from now on to paste other codes that you might find on this forum.
    8.) NOTE: Each time Vivaldi updates, you'll need to repeat steps 2 - 5 and copy your custom.css file to the new location.

    EDIT: This instruction was written by pafflick but I think that it explains the steps pretty good so I don't care about making a new one.


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