Direct "chrome" address for settings differs from "vivaldi" address
I wanted to enter a domain for notification blocking. Under most Chromium browsers, the direct link would be
chrome://settings/content/notifications, and that takes you to a list of the sites that are currently blocked or allowed.
However, using the vivaldi equivalent,
vivaldi://settings/content/notificationstakes you to the standard Settings/Notifications page, which lacks the ability to specify how to treat individual domains. This seems like an anomaly.
Ironically, once you load the
chrome://settings/content/notificationspage, the url converts to the
vivaldiversion, but the page content remains as it is under Chromium.
I'm on version 1.16.1177.5 (Official Build) snapshot (64-bit), MX Linux 17.1.
luetage last edited by
@paul1149 That's no bug, that's just how it is. If you want to use some additional options from chrome settings, you gotta access them like this. Best to just make a bookmark or speed dial entry with address
@luetage Ok, thanks. I didn't know that. Maybe a link to the original settings on the Vivaldi Settings page would be a good idea?
@paul1149 Not really. The developers are trying to eliminate that page ultimately.
@ayespy Eliminate the original settings page? Or replace it? The granularity of the Notifications settings page is a good and necessary thing.
iAN CooG last edited by
Indeed, if the internal Chrome settings page is going to be removed, a native Vivaldi replacement setting page will be needed anyway. It would be best if everything will be in the normal alt-p settings page.
@paul1149 Replace it.