Built-in Ad Blocker – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 1848.4
@ingeb: Thank you, i have delete few extension and it's ok.
Ornorm last edited by
@pafflick Good news! Indeed, I felt bad for you that you couldn't discover the tremendous snapshot the team prepared for us.
@defcormax: I had the same problem with Ghostery. ABP works fine though.
@Pesala It's an old issue but at the same time it's not. Until now there was handling in place to prevent that from occurring, but I was told by a dev that the handling broke in the previous build. A fix should be ready for the next snapshot.
lcd047 last edited by lcd047
@electronicboy: Other sites have the same problem, f.i. I can't play videos from Reddit. I disable a random subset of extensions until it starts working, then I restart the browser and it's broken again. This began happening fairly recently, in the last 2-3 snapshots or so. I switched to stable and everything started working, with all my extensions enabled.
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@guiluge said in Built-in Ad Blocker – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 1848.4:
@t0yz: mate, this is a snapshot, it's meant to be broken
Not really. It's for testing new features.
See if that helps
Exactly, it's meant for testing new features that might break things, and as you edited, conflicts with 3rd party extensions may occur too.
That's why I'm patient, and wait for stable releases
irm last edited by
Awesome! Thanks for listening.
@hexianpeel: Afaik there is a blogpost planned that will answer most of your questions I would think, but not just yet, so hope thats ok
airdex last edited by
Bugs I got in the previous Snapshot release remain. I have reported them (VB-64557).
I also got a bug with the Vivaldi menu by accessing to it from the Vivaldi button. It showed me an empty menu. I fixed it by going to Vivaldi settings, clicking on "horizontal menu" then "Vivaldi button" for the menu position.
Sojiro84 last edited by
Amazing new version. Loving the builtin AdBlocker.
I have switched back again from Firefox.
I can only hope that a container like function can also be implemented by you guys someday. That is the only thing Firefox has over you.
Thanks for all the hard work!
Semenov-Sherin last edited by
Did anyone ask what lists they they use?
@Semenov-Sherin Seems to be easylist
If this can be a good ad blocker and trackers I may switch to my default. Always like the customization but with privacy protection built in would be amazing. Keep up the good work!
@Pesala Thanks, I didn't know that. I guess I should better save my session manually then...