Configurable address toolbar and finer grained control on muting – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 1369.6
neltherion last edited by
So... any plans for Drag & Dropping elements? Like in Opera 12.x ?
@neltherion It could happen. There has been no open discussion concerning just how modifications will be accomplished - just that they will be possible. And as we can see, these possibilities get built in incrementally. So just what the final form will be is anyone's guess.
Nekomajin last edited by
Finally! Waiting for this to hit stable. :3
helsten2 last edited by helsten2
If I go to
and try to logon, I cannot do anything. The page is locked.
If I go to the same page in Edge, there is a popup about cookies - which you have to accept before you can continue. This popup is not showing up in Vivaldi.
Had the same problem in previous snapshots.
Pesala last edited by Pesala
@helsten2 I see the message to accept cookies.
Specs: AMD A10-6800K, 8 Gb on Win 10 64-bit build 17134.320 • Snapshot 2.2.1369.6 (64-bit)
helsten2 last edited by
@pesala: Hmm, that is what I see in Edge. But not in Vivaldi...
Any idea why? Something in my settings? I noticed that (old) Opera 12.17 has the same problem, but it works in Opera 58.
Hadden89 last edited by Hadden89
@helsten2 Have you an extension to kill EU GDPR cookies?
Sometimes, such extensions may lock the site (in such case, you should notify to their dev).
Worth checking if you're blocking something vital in adblocker/scriptblocker/cookies blocker (if you are using them)
Still get the same screen posted above on this V version.
To see the cookie screen I had to whitelist
tags.tiqcdn.comin another copy of Vivaldi (which has scriptblocker).
Even blocking third party cookies sometimes cause these issues, try to allow any of them for the site, but I'm not sure is the case.
helsten2 last edited by
@hadden89: uBlock Origin caused the problem...
Frederic_Chopin last edited by
[Sync] Converting more settings to syncable types (VB-45835)
I'm curious, could someone please specify which settings were added to sync?
Configurable toolbar? Yes and no. But getting better. The ability to remove buttons is a major step forward.
How about having the option to rearrange buttons?
FWIW, I like this update. That is one long changelog. I'd say Vivaldi is moving forward.
By the way...Thanks for this great update. Wow! What a changelog!
How about adding the "In Progress" tag to https://forum.vivaldi.net/topic/24119/configurable-toolbar
npro last edited by npro
@nekomajin Just sayin', I was using only stable in the past but after 2.0 the snapshot performs so great that it became my new stable
@npro Clarity needed. Are you using snapshots as your main/default browser?
Snapshots are not considered as "stable". Snapshots are snapshots. Stable(s) are stable.
That said, many users use snapshots as their default browser. Me? I setup snapshots as a standalone.
iAN CooG last edited by
@para-noid I'm one of those always on snapshot, for me doesn't make any difference if its tagged "stable" or "snapshot", I only care having the latest fixes
joachim.pfaff last edited by
@fangsta I have this very same issue under win 10 64-bit. It made browsing impossible, I had to switch back to the previous snapshot.
nutcracker last edited by
First of all, sync seems to work better. Second, mouse gestures are more stable - no crash until now (I may have to wait a little longer to confirm). But I noticed that when I use the wheel scroll to change tabs WITH the "show tab cycler" UNCHECKED I always end up to the destination tab with the right click menu activated and shown at cursor point. This - unwanted - behavior is not taking place with the tab cycler checked. Can someone confirm that?
csablak last edited by
Vivaldi has been the most customisable browser out there right from its release
that's a blatant lie and everyone knowing browsers market knows this
They are supposed to be for merging branches as they are done
but this one isn't done yet
@ian-coog The wording used by @npro isn't very clear. That's all. I take it that @npro uses the snapshot as his everyday browser. The wording of (quote) " snapshot performs so great that it became my new stable " isn't clear. I think they mean that the "snapshot performs so well it has become their default/go-to browser."
Sorry. But I'm a stickler for clarity.
I know sometimes I'm not super clear. I do my best to be super clear.