Vivaldi crashes after closing another window with a single non-empty tab.
Vivaldi crashes when I close another window with a single non-empty tab. I can reproduce this easily:
- I start Vivaldi normally
- I open a new Vivaldi window
- I open any site in the only tab
- If I close that window, Vivaldi closes all the windows that were open, not just the window I tried to close.
To avoid this, I have to close the new window with the speed dial in the only tab or close the new window with more than one tab.
Can anyone confirm this?
@akira_kazama This is a very annoying bug when I'm working with sessions or private windows but no one seems to care.
Hi, cant reproduce on my system.
Opensuse Leap 42.1 x86_64
CPU Intel T4200 4 GB
GPU Intel GN 965
KDE Plasma 5.8.7
Vivaldi latest snapshot
@mib2berlin Thanks for trying, I forgot to mention that I use the latest stable version. Vivaldi 1.13.1008.34 (Stable channel) (64 bits) and Linux Mint 18.3 64-bit
@akira_kazama Can't reproduce here with Mint 18 64-bit and Vivaldi 1.13.1008.34
@ayespy Running Vivaldi from a terminal I have found that it closes due to a segmentation fault. How would I know what is causing this problem?
@akira_kazama I'm not technically sophisticated enough to answer that. Sorry.
Do you load a page in the first window before you open the second?
May you can make a screen cast.
@mib2berlin Yes, I have some pinned tabs in the first window but I also have tried closing them all leaving just the speed dial tab and Vivaldi still crashes after closing the second window. I have disabled all the extensions with the same result.
It seems I will have to create a new profile folder because Vivaldi broke something with this update.
Linux Mint 18.1 Cinnamon 64-bit
Nevermind, I pinned the tabs as you guys said and now it's working. Thanks!
Okay, I give up. Today I have restarted my profile following these instructions: https://help.vivaldi.com/article/full-reset-of-vivaldi/ but Vivaldi still kept crashing due to segmentation faults.
My solution was to reinstall Vivaldi 1.12 and block the update to this unstable version, now everything works perfectly.
but Vivaldi still kept crashing due to segmentation faults.
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