No time to rest. Vivaldi 1.1 is here with enhanced tab handling, better hibernation and more!
zaibon last edited by
Okay, your problem didn't let me go - so here is another workaround you might use (although it still ain't perfect but I like the idea that there always is another way to solve problems with viv ^^)
So here is what I think might come in handy when handling too much tabs which are buried in stacks. Press "F2" and just type a part from the name from the website or its headline in the tab and you get suggestions from your open tabs and also from your bookmarks (if this is enabled).
Of course this requires you to remember a part of the name but I think if you work with those tabs you probably do remember said names.
First I used the standard ffmpeg-codec - which works fine with Vivaldi 1.0. Then I installed the chromium-ffmegs-codec but it does not work.
This is what i have installed:
i | chromium-ffmpegsumo | Paket | 50.0.2661.75-144.1 | x86_64 | openSUSE-13.1-Update
i | ffmpeg | Paket | 3.0.1-67.1 | x86_64 | (System)
i | gstreamer-0_10-plugins-ffmpeg | Paket | 0.10.13-2000.6 | x86_64 | Packman
Please, Sync maybe is one of the most needed key features for a lot of us!
Dovelove last edited by
Few trees in SW Kansas.
I know off topic just a little levity…things are looking up here... past 6 mo have been hell.As they say all comes at once, seems like that happens to everyone. Sometimes it's a little overwhelming.
pydsigner last edited by
It's sad how far all the other browsers have fallen that Vivaldi's earliest stable releases, already with far more features than Chrome or FF, has the disclaimer "a lot more customization coming." Keep up the awesome work!
Cris70 last edited by
While I do not agree with you, it seems clear that there is request for both of the behaviors, so an option - as zaibon said - would be the best.