Get rid of the dead birds…
luetage last edited by Pesala
No one likes dead bird pages. Get rid of the dead bird and show a happy puppy instead. Or use some version of Toni, he has been underused lately, haven't seen him much in the browser. Anyway, no more dead birds please :D
LonM last edited by
Also, some text explaining what the issue is would be helpful. Right now unless you're computer savvy and understand what it means for a process to crash, the dead bird will make no sense on its own.
Hadden89 last edited by
Yup, with a "sad" tony or people could think that a crash is something that should happen :P
It is a very old issue Black Page with Upside Down Bird.
It Chromium code doing this.
luetage last edited by
@pesala Of course it's chromium code doing this. But there is no reason why Vivaldi couldn't change the picture.
@luetage If there was no reason, no doubt they would have done it by now.
luetage last edited by luetage
@pesala Are you seriously telling me right now that it's not possible for the Vivaldi devs to change this picture to whatever they want? Don't make me laugh.
Anyway, I found a way to view the page, try this:
edit: DON'T try this address in a session you rely on and are currently working from. Visiting the site could potentially hang/crash the browser and although this hasn't happened to me so far, the site
vivaldi://vivaldi-urls/shows a clear warning concerning all debug pages.
dude99 last edited by
Maybe add helpful feature on the page would be more useful than simply telling user "This tab have crashed". You know like offer to reload tab, countdown for auto-reload, or search the URL for related info.