Here’s why Vivaldi is the best browser for working remotely
@Dr-Flay You are probably on Windows. And I'm talking about all panels reloading, not one panel resetting.
The only time my web panels hibernate/unload is when I toggle the UI or go to full screen (which I have complained about before). Other than that, if I open my Slack panel once it will stay loaded, send desktop notifications, etc. until I close Vivaldi.
So unless I toggle the UI/enter full screen I have no issues with using chat clients as web panels. And this applies to both Windows and Linux.
mossman last edited by mossman
@mossman That's like saying DoH is not a real DNS because it is supported by the browsers only (for now).
I dunno - to me saying a browser proxy is "a VPN" is like saying my house has a high-level security system because there's CCTV on the front door, while the back door doesn't have a lock and is actually wide open.
To me a VPN "by definition" has to isolate ALL traffic between the local machine and any outside connection other than through the VPN itself.
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@Komposten When I issued the bug about all webpanels reloading when a webpanel is being added or removed, I was told this only happens on macOS. Now I'm on Linux and it happens too. It actually happened on the first day of install, it was one of the first things I tested, because I was so hyped about having functional webpanels (lol…)
When I issued the bug about all webpanels reloading when a webpanel is being added or removed
Oh, I didn't test that (it is exceedingly rare that I add or remove panels). Can confirm that adding or removing a panel also unloads all other panels on Windows 10.