Minor update to Vivaldi 1.12 - Crash fix
Today’s minor update to Vivaldi 1.12 resolves an issue where Vivaldi would crash and fail to start for some users.
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Was your good work at weekend to search for a fix
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That's great, and answers my problem.
Presumably this very useful feature will stay in (minus the ability to crash/inhibit start-up). Will it report or notify suspect Extensions, and how? Once I have Extensions installed, reviewing them via the Tools>Extensions route isn't something I do very often, and some other popup or warning would alert me.
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the proposed download in 1.12 stable it's still 1.12.955.42, shouldn't be 1.12.955.48 like the last weekend hotfix, or higher?
@harryhoudini: yes we intend to provide some UI for this in the future
@ian-coog: This is updated now
@gwen-dragon: actually we had the fix on Friday but we needed the testing over the weekend to be sure.
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@blackbird: The related forum thread (https://forum.vivaldi.net/topic/21789/vivaldi-1-12-955-42-won-t-open) stands as a classic illustration of a latent code bug appearing and being solved. If one wants a window into what happens in dealing with a coding bug that only appears on certain user systems, that thread is an excellent teaching example: a handful of partial, somewhat conflicting reports and discussion were followed by a rapid iteration of suggestions, trial versions, more partial, somewhat conflicting discussion and reports, and finally a working solution. I watched "from the sidelines" as this entire thing unfolded, and I was mightily impressed by the developers' ability to rapidly cut through the fog/uncertainty and converge on the underlying problem to work out a correct solution. A great job, Vivaldi folks!!
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Thanks a lot for you hard work. Vivaldi is the best!!
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@blackbird I have no technical knowledge & skills whatsoever in this area, but my view from the outside of this recent problem, investigation & solution was one of sheer amazement... at the tremendous skill, energy & talent of the V Devs, & the [mostly] quite wonderful way in which the community cooperated & worked with the Devs in a symbiotic manner.
My delight in discovering & defaulting to V in Feb 2015 simply grows as the months roll by. Wonderful stuff.
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@ruario Was it something about
Still not able to load properly a homepage @opening everytime...
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@finway Works for me Win 10 x64.
I'm on 7 x64
w/o extensions it seems to work.
w/ few extensions it doesn't work anymore ; just ublock+click&clean are sufficient to have a blank page or half loaded.
it has done the same since ages : (
Thanks for your nice work guyz o/
waiting for integrated mail to remove Opera 12 from my computer : D
@finway Then try this:
- Disable all extensions in Extension Manager
- Enable next extension
- Try to load webpage
- If webpage shows goto step 2
- Until the page does not display,
then you have caught the bad extension
I already tried...
This doesn't seem related to one extension, but more to a "workload" of the extensions.
And this happens only when launching the application w/ this long url homempage ; loading the homepage after launch always works.
Thanks for your time o/