Toggle image visibility – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 1.10.845.3



  • @newscpq That's not my experience.



  • @xyzzy said in Toggle image visibility – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 1.10.845.3:

    Thanks for confirming that they work on Linux. I'll give you a prize too! Please don't throw them at me...

    Ahem. This is quite funny [i have been cacking myself here ... oh dear, it seems that word is unknown on the web, so non-aussies who didn't grow up in the 70s won't understand; it means laughing uproariously], but i suspect what i'm about to write might only annoy everyone who tried valiantly to help me see... SEE, these mythical tab animations.

    Oh dear, here goes. Tonight i discovered them. I can see them now. They do exist after all. And actually, they're quite nice 🙂 Oh dear. I seem to have exceeded even my own previous world-class ability to not notice things right in front of me. All this time [this is embarrassing to admit] i was actually, simply, looking in the wrong place in the tab bar.

    Mea culpa. Sorry for my blindness. Ta for helping, all.

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  • Hmmm. I have a double entry Vivaldi in "System Preferences" --> Messages" on Mac OS Sierra. for Notification Area. Snapshot 1.10.845.3.



  • @13.beta2
    Can confirm on Windows 10 as well.
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  • Hi Guys! Please consider creating a calendar and/or a to do list based on the new calendar-history with the notepad, I do not understand much of developer but I do not think it's difficult considering this, it would add functionality to the browser. Thks a lot.



  • Has to do with browsers all...just wondering how it will effect Viv. A windows security program said that, as I understand, to the new secure Windows called 10S will not support any but Edge browser. Any dirt on that? If so more reason to go to Linux.


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    @Dovelove My understanding is that other browsers are not explicitly forbidden on Windows 10s but (as it currently stands) only Edge can be the default browser.

    Edit: Confirmed in the Win 10s FAQ... and that third-party browser must be installed from the Windows Store.
    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4020089/windows-10-s-faq


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    @xyzzy Other browsers are allowed, but like iOS other rendering engines are not. So no Vivaldi for Win10S. (And no Firefox)


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    @An_dz Holy 💩, you're right... My apologies! It's quite clear in the Windows Store policy in section 10.2.1:
    https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/apps/dn764944.aspx

    I thought that Microsoft had reversed course on this but obviously not.



  • @xyzzy @An_dz @Dovelove Wow!!! OMZ. Looks like we in the Linux multiverse can soon expect to welcome a new group of Windows refugees. I'll go make up the spare beds now & put the kettle on...

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  • @YamiryuuZero Thank you for the perfect explanation kind person


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    @Steffie You better wait sitting. Windows 10S is just the counter-attack on Chromebooks, even MS was not expecting people liked 💩 so much.



  • @xyzzy said:

    @Dovelove My understanding is that other browsers are not explicitly forbidden on Windows 10s but (as it currently stands) only Edge can be the default browser.

    Edit: Confirmed in the Win 10s FAQ... and that third-party browser must be installed from the Windows Store.
    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4020089/windows-10-s-faq

    FYI: I usually don"t put up BS...not accusing you of accusing me of that. If I'm not sure of source I don't post. I think MS is shooting themselves I surmised this and people called me an old fogy. More worse to come because people don't value their privacy! They prefer a social media ad store and egos.



  • I'm having issues with Udemy videos. Occasionally a video will refuse to appear in 720p quality even though it's selected. In Chrome it works fine. Anyone can confirm?

    Vivaldi 64bit/ WIn 10



  • @zorro: Can confirm this issue (VB-28542) on MacOS. Maddening.



  • the badge info on the Vivaldi over the top... and please make it when you on Vivaldi page stated "Your are viewing Vivaldi secured page" k.



  • I noticed Jon joined in on privacy. You can be identified by fingerprint, facial ,voice, gait in walking etc. and you gladly gave them the tools to do it because you were to lazy to push a button ...gee I don't understand.



  • Hi team. Can you make more choices for those who have a slow internet connection? How to remove images from: vivaldi: // bookmarks / and a general option on all window tabs to show or not the images, and the browser to remember the option once restarted? As well as making the browser something not so heavy and with so many effects and animations that do not make the actual functionalities. Remember Opera 12 please! 🙂
    Thank you for your great work. Seems to be on the road.
    Sorry my poor English
    1.9.818.50 (Stable channel) (64-bit)
    Linux. Bunsen Labs



  • @pierod said in Toggle image visibility – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 1.10.845.3:

    a general option on all window tabs to show or not the images

    Untick:

    • Show Popup Thumbnails
    • Show Tab Thumbnails

    at Vivaldi options Tabs > Tab Display > Tab Options.

    As well as making the browser something not so heavy and with so many effects and animations

    More leaner Vivaldi is obviously a continues work. I say, today Vivaldi in Linux is less heavy than its older predecessor, although other people experience other wise.
    Untick "Use Animations" at Vivaldi options > Appearance. You lost all animations though.

    How to remove images from: vivaldi: // bookmarks

    No easy way currently.
    Delete "Top Sites" file in your Vivaldi profile after you close Vivaldi.
    Make empty file with same name and make it read only. My experience, it will eventually crash Vivaldi and or Chromium/Chrome. That image on bookmarks is Chromium feature. It automatically created when you create bookmarks and or visit the site.


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