Frequent problem with Youtube page



  • I have been experiencing this in the previous versions of Vivaldi too. At the moment I run 1.15.1090.3 (64-bit). Windows 10.

    Basically, when I open youtube.com sometimes (a few times a day) the cursor is in one place, and the focus of the cursor (the browser element affected by the click) is somewhere else, like for example, on the snapshot, the cursor is within the webpage and the focus is over a tab bar to the left and a bit higher. So if I click now, that focused tab (Lawrence Krauss etc...) will be opened.

    I keep tabs to the left, page zoom is 145%. Hope my description of the problem is intelligible 🙂

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  • @svguss Which version of YouTube are you running? If it's the original version, there will be a show more link like this at the bottom of the page.

    0_1520702463133_Show More.png

    If it's the Beta version, it will not have this link, but will load more comments or more video links when you scroll to the bottom.

    I am using the original version and cannot reproduce the problem here.


    Specs: AMD A10-6800K, 8 Gb on Win 10 64-bit • Snapshot 1.15.1111.3 (64-bit)


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    @SVGuss Current Snapshot is 1.15.1111.3
    That should have fixed the strange issue with offset of mouse cursor.



  • @pesala, how do I switch between Youtube versions, can you please help? Can't find it in the settings. I seem to run Beta... I never even knew there is Original and Beta.

    @Gwen-Dragon OK, I'll update.



  • @svguss said in Frequent problem with Youtube page:

    never even knew there is Original and Beta.

    It looks like what was a Beta version is now the only version available. Now that I switched to the new version, there is no way back. I am one of those who do not like the new look.

    Try New Features

    Anyway, it is not related to your problem, which is due to a bug fixed in the latest Vivaldi Snapshot.



  • @pesala ok, thanks!


 

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