Double Chromium bump – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 1916.3
iAN CooG last edited by
No time for any new features, just fixes.
I'm all about it, I'd rather see more fixes than new features anyday.
Ugh, on Linux the entire app seems to have been zoomed by a few percent.
Going back to 1906 restores to how it was.
@Hadden89 I submitted a Bug Report for this Feature Request.
(VB-67565) Move The Network Proxy Settings to the General Tab in Settings
@bib_vivaldi What is your UI Zoom in Settings, Appearance? Just adjust it to your liking.
@bib_vivaldi Be careful of going back to an older build. This snap has an engine bump which could change the underlying profile structure, and reverting to an older build could break things.
It's got nothing to do with that.
Run 1916 and the entire app, everything, is around 10 to 20% bigger.
Revert to 1906 and it goes back to what it was. The way it has always been.
Reinstall 1916 and it all gets bigger.
Revert to 1906 and back to normal.
Nothing at all to do with the UI Zoom settings.
@bib_vivaldi Linux is very diverse - could you let us know
- Your DE
- Your Distro
- Graphics card / drivers
Ta, but I've so far found no problems reverting.
iAN CooG last edited by
@bib_vivaldi Could you answer the question @LonM made or don't you want to be helped? He asked some questions to try help you find the culprit on YOUR system, because unless other people report the same issue, it's clearly a malfuncion on your particular setup, so the more info you give, the better.
opensuse 15/1/kde/Intel i965. I have logged a bug report. Interested if other Linux users have found this.
@ian-coog: Give me a break. I replied to one post, which then stalls before I can post again, and I am not going to continually hit the post button.
t0yz last edited by
Native notifications for Windows 10 are still broken, tested in a VM. 3.0.1874.27 works properly so I'll stick to that.
TbGbe last edited by
Interested if other Linux users have found this.
No such problem here !?
potmeklecbohdan last edited by
@bib_vivaldi No such change happening here.
I did a quick search through the Chromium changelog (linked from our changelog) and think (only think) it may have something to do with fa9756916c92bcd5a6c71e2c9168b8873ff7f75b or 2c2f5494a322aef5ba95e0e32a459bdef5ec1e29 (I haven’t studied them very thoroughly, I only
Ctrl-F-ed the changelog for “scale”)
mib2berlin last edited by
I use Tumbleweed and don´t have this issue.
Do you use native window setting?
YamiryuuZero last edited by
@av1: We also need multiple tab rows.
npro last edited by npro
@AV1 yeah and Vivaldi-team please consider all these here https://forum.vivaldi.net/category/113/feature-requests-for-desktop
@potmeklecbohdan: Yup, that is a possibility.
Most distros set the DPI to be 75, but I've set mine up to be correct at 109.
I've checked on the latest chromium unstable, and I see the same issue.
I've raised a bug report with them.
Thanks for the pointer potmeklecbohdan.
luetage last edited by
I’ve noticed a new option in settings to inherit the date and time format from operating system. This is a welcome change. I wonder what happens if I manage to tweak my system to show ISO8601, not quite sure Vivaldi will be able to pick this up.