Can I have trouble using extensions created for Opera in Vivaldi?
JuniorSilva30 last edited by JuniorSilva30
I downloaded the Classic Images extension and renamed it to make it compatible with Vivaldi (.crx), I added it to Vivaldi and the extension is very good, it will serve me very well! ( I believe that in the future Vivaldi will have this native feature, this is in the list of feature requests ).
I would like to know if there is any problem in using Opera extensions in Vivaldi, type, browser crash, security issues etc.
Thank you! :relaxed:
@JuniorSilva30: Most of them seem to work fine, if you tweak them to make them compatible. I think some need to have the "Manifest" file removed, replaced, renamed or something, but they are based on the same code as all Chromium-style extensions and so would tend to be compatible.
@Ayespy Your response was a great help! Thank you! :relaxed:
Some extensions may run on Opera only as they use f.ex. a special JS object only existing in Opera.
You can try extensions if they work. If they fail, you may contact the author of the extension to fix it for Vivaldi.
@Gwen-Dragon Thanks for the info! I'll do what you recommended in case any extension does not work with Vivaldi. :relaxed:
dLeon last edited by dLeon
If you visit that extension github (which you provided) releases page.
You'll notice the author also has the
*.crx(Chrome extension) one. So, it's already official Chrome extension, although probably author didn't post it to Chrome Store.
I download it & drag+drop to Vivaldi extension page.
Seem working. I get a new context menu which popup image properties.
@dLeon Very good! Thanks for sharing! I downloaded it and did the test! Working perfectly! Thank you! :relaxed: