Need Help....

  • Can login in forum but, can not reply or post on Vivaldi Team Blog...
    what should i do? it is necessary me to create new accounts?

  • @logytech
    Clean your cookies + site data.
    Enable 3rd party cookies for &

    If you use Ads Blocker. Don't block
    One of subscriptions seem block it, forgot which one.

  • Moderator

    @dLeon: I think it's uBlock Origin (or Matrix?) Because the login is a single session across two domains (.net, .com) it's rejecting the cross-domain cookie to log in.

  • @Ayespy
    It's uMatrix if we use its default base rules.

    Fanboy Annoyance subscription will hide some social media links. Probably doesn't matter.
    EasyPrivacy subscription block piwik.js to Probably doesn't matter either.
    I don't block anything on vivaldi.* anyway.

    What's matter, 3rd party cookies need to be allowed for &

  • Re: Need Help....

    At the bottom of a particular blog thread, below the comments, you'll find a notation "Powered by Vivaldi Forum - View original thread". Click on the "View original thread" part of that text and you should be carried automatically to a Forum-format thread containing the blog's comments, where you can participate if/when you're logged into the Forum. Comments made there will appear on the Blog page.

    Since the Blog redesign of a few days ago, the log-in button on the Blog page only logs you into the Forums if you're not already logged in, and it has no effect on letting you comment from the Blog page itself. At least, that's the way it's been working for me and many others, with or without ad-blocking extensions.

  • Moderator

    @Blackbird Can you try this solution and let me know if it helps?

  • @pafflick
    The first approach (allowing 3rd party cookies on the site) failed to fix things on this system. Your second approach (specifically allowing all the vivaldi.* blocked cookies) was successful. Thanks for the solution. :thumbsup_tone1:

  • Moderator

    @Blackbird I've put the wrong domain in the image (it should've been [*.] though in the post I've put the correct one. Unfortunately, I can't edit that post anymore, 🙁 but I'm glad it was helpful to you. 👍

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