Minor update to Vivaldi 1.13
Today we release a minor update to 1.13 with fixes for regressions and security updates.
Click here to see the full blog post
mossman last edited by
(unless I get deleted like last time, then Olle can take it as usual...)
QuHno last edited by
@mossman: I think he does not use stable versions :D
Cail last edited by
Just 2 small requests:
- For the browser, please add back/forward function to Speed Dial folders, atm. only way is to move the mouse and click the "back"-button on the page
- For the website, please do something that i don't have to go enable "Accept 3rd party cookies" every time i want to comment.
Akira_Kazama last edited by
No more crashes on Linux, thank you very much!
Shadess last edited by
Window/tabs panel wastes too much space currently. I really like the addition of the panel but in situations where screen real estate is limited the current design just takes up way too much space horizontally.
OPTION to stop saving a thumbnail with every bookmark. Personally I have 0 use for the thumbnails ever and with a lot bookmarks I've seen it degrade the performance of the browser over time. I just don't need the thumbnails ok, please let us have a simple advanced option somewhere. "Save thumbnail" that's ticked on by default and that we could disable. Thanks.
Shadess last edited by An_dz
Window/tabs panel wastes too much space currently.
It does for me, but then I am using 1200x1600 portrait. It would not be an issue on 1600x1200 or on widescreen monitors. If space is an issue, then use the Tabs, which take no more space when enabled than they do when disabled.
You can post in the Feature Request thread and see if anyone else needs this.
Post in the Feature Requests thread
Option to stop saving a thumbnail with every bookmark.
Agreed. I have no use for them either, and don't even see a way to delete them. Vote for:
Option to stop automatically saving thumbnails with each bookmark, with an option to delete existing thumbs.
Shadess last edited by
@pesala: Just using the tab bar positioned on the left was a pretty good suggestion, hadn't thought of that for some reason :P
Almost works but not exactly what I'd like. I much prefer the "tree view" of the panel for tab stacks, tab bar doesn't offer that.
newscpq last edited by
Question: how can I automate the deletion of some specific cache contents (e.g. cookies, cache and application cache), on EXIT?
Shall I always press CTRL+SHIFT+Canc, to manually do it?
(NOTE: microsoft edge and firefox, both have the option...)
@newscpq Option to delete all after closing is missing.
You can set Cookies to be stored for Session only and History for Session only. But the cache is not cleared at end.
So it is better to use Ctrl+Shift+Del
@cail: Strange, I can comment here and do block 3rd party cookies.
highstream last edited by
Concerning the new window/tabs panel, it's mistaken on Vivaldi's part to take away a serious amount of window space and think I'm going to use the browser. A drop-down list, in addition to the normal tabs (bottom for me) is quite sufficient, thank you.
@highstream Hmm. Here, it takes up 2" on a screen 21" wide (24" diagonal.)
A drop-down list, in addition to the normal tabs (bottom for me) is quite sufficient, thank you.
Then use the Window menu if the Window Panel does not suit you.
@pesala I think it's the Window menu that's bothering him. That's the one that takes up so much room. The Window panel is compact by comparison.
@ayespy I don't think so. The Window menu floats over the web page, the window panel reduces the space available for the page. The minimum width is about 220 pixels @ 100% UI Zoom, including the Panel Toolbar.
@pesala Which, here at least, is trivial (with both side tabs and with panels open, there is still surplus width outside the boundaries of web pages). Can't speak for sure about other displays. I do know that on my 15" laptop, running Vivaldi UI at 90%, There is ample room for pages (though not surplus) with a panel open, but the Window menu blots out half a page.
mossman last edited by mossman
It does seem strange to complain about the width of a panel when you can just drag it to be small or wide as you like...
@mossman Well, you can't drag it smaller than about 220 pixels, which may be too wide for some people.