Vivaldi Browser: Save opened pages/tabs to bookmarks/favorites does not save suspended tabs :(



  • hi
    Vivaldi Browser: Save opened pages/tabs to bookmarks/favorites does not save suspended tabs :(
    i use this extension/addon:
    The Great Suspender 6.21
    Automatically suspends unused tabs to free up system resources.
    https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/the-great-suspender/klbibkeccnjlkjkiokjodocebajanakg

    So the Vivaldi built-in option to save all opened tabs only saves the visually opened tabs and NOT the suspended tabs :(
    Perhaps this could be corrected? :)
    Or an additional option to save really all tabs added?
    thx

    ps: which usual expression does Vivaldi advice: favorites or bookmarks? Addons or Extensions?
    The Addons use different words.


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    The "Bookmark All Open Pages" feature doesn't save internal pages (like eg. settings pages, bookmarks page, speed dial page, extensions page etc.). The extension that you use overwrites the actual page by its internal "extension page" (beginning with: chrome-extension://) and thus there's no way for Vivaldi to know the URL of the page that was previously there. I'd say that it's the extensions fault because it erases the pages that you wanted to bookmark. So, it's not a Vivaldi's problem after all.

    But you have to know that Vivaldi already has the capability to suspend (hibernate) background tabs automatically to free up resources. It kicks in on devices with lower specs, for example on my tablet where I've got only 2 GB of RAM, Vivaldi hibernates background tabs automatically all the time, when the RAM usage increases.

    @Clemens.Ratte-Polle said in Vivaldi Browser: Save opened pages/tabs to bookmarks/favorites does not save suspended tabs :(:

    ps: which usual expression does Vivaldi advice: favorites or bookmarks? Addons or Extensions?

    I think it's the case for all Chromium-based browsers (and others) that there are Extensions and Bookmarks. If I'm not mistaken, Firefox uses terms Add-ons and Favorites...


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