Extension crash fix – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 1959.3



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    When will the segment heap be supported? It's only a description of the manifest file, so support it with the following snapshot don't you?

    https://chromium-review.googlesource.com/c/chromium/src/+/2163163/8/build/win/segment_heap.manifest

    detail
    https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=1014701



  • I’m waiting for the moment when ‘posting ’bout my pet bug till it’s fixed’ will be the majority of posts in these threads… 🙄

    Edit: or me trying to silence them 😛


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    @13-beta2 I can understand you want to have this issue fixed as you repeat to post this in all snapshot release the last weeks.
    But that will not make development faster.

    And please do not ignore the fact usage of PWA is a experimental feature in Vivaldi.

    Please be polite, report the issue as a bug and wait for a fix.



  • I'm still getting this very uninformative popup on certain sites:
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    @ender85 I do never get this with your link. Tested on Windows 10 and Debian 10.



  • Could it be because I have login saved? I'm running Windows 10 here.


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    @ender85 I do not know, i have no vmware account.



  • Yandex is doing a nicely job in picture-in-picture. Its pip can enable automatically, user can change pip button position on screen and, recently, they added subtitles on pip.


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    @kened Please, you should create/upvote a feature request instead of telling us other competitor's browser have this or that implemented.

    If you think your problem can be solved by a missing feature, please read how to make such request at Feature Requests forum and add a request.



  • I think to be fair users are being rather demanding of the developers.Only so many hours in a day and they cannot perform miracles.
    Just be content with what we do have rather than mounting demand lists and expecting immediate satisfaction.





  • @Gwen-Dragon I'm getting the same popup on AliExpress (where I also have saved credentials).



  • @rluik: Sorry, you are wrong after every of your sentences. PWA is stable feature for years, its' components are the core of modern web. Installing PWAs doesn't make sense here - there are other ways to install such apps without //experiments at all (mean not using menu item). The main issues appeared when chromium 'native' window was wrapped in vivaldi window. I just can't imagine who and why decided to replace fully-functional useful implementation with custom dull wrapper which lacks all the things I mention.

    Let's be frank to each other, vivaldi community is vanishingly small. And such ill-conceived decisions are squeezing it further.
    I was forced to restore stable build to 3.0 at my work laptop just to be able to support my daily workflow with outlook, calendar, ms teams, telegram and some other apps.
    I KNEW how to workaround. But others will give up. "Oh, IT/Helpdesk guys told me to use chrome. I dont need a headache, I'll follow that". Think about it.

    And once again guys, don't do censor. If you like my post upvote it, if not, so you are free to ignore it.



  • @gwen-dragon: None of the posts make development faster. Especially repeating noise like "First!" (don't see any remarks there). This is just a chat.
    I agree with you if there was public/open bugtracker. Bugtracker as it is now is a kind of copying to /dev/null with no feedback, no way to ~track~ etc.



  • @13-beta2
    Face, meet palm.
    Repeatedly.



  • @13-beta2 said in Extension crash fix – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 1959.3:

    @rluik: Sorry, you are wrong after every of your sentences. PWA is stable feature for years, its' components are the core of modern web. Installing PWAs doesn't make sense here - there are other ways to install such apps without //experiments at all (mean not using menu item). The main issues appeared when chromium 'native' window was wrapped in vivaldi window. I just can't imagine who and why decided to replace fully-functional useful implementation with custom dull wrapper which lacks all the things I mention.

    This "custom dull wrapper" (Vivaldi's own UI, independent of Chromium's) is what allows Vivaldi to have the plethora of features and settings we as users care so much about or otherwise wouldn't be using Vivaldi. Again, it doesn't matter if you use //experiments or trick Vivaldi into going to Chromium's PWA mode, it doesn't change the fact the feature isn't officially supported, it's an experiment. Common, I know you can understand this...

    And once again guys, don't do censor. If you like my post upvote it, if not, so you are free to ignore it.

    You're reposting the same stuff over and over again. That's spam. I don't consider removal of spam a form of censorship.

    I can guarantee you the devs that read this blog already saw your text the first time and it isn't useful to repost.

    @13-beta2 said in Extension crash fix – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 1959.3:

    @gwen-dragon: None of the posts make development faster.

    I'd argue some do, when we stay on topic and comment about specific regressions and new bugs (never mentioned, or introduced in the build) and when one is able to reproduce a bug and reply confirming it, that's giving relevant information so the development can be faster (the bug can be reported and tracked at least).

    Especially repeating noise like "First!" (don't see any remarks there).

    I do agree with you on this one, the "First" posts are annoying and in other sites I promptly report this kind of behavior as spam, but here it seems to have become a sort of a running gag with developers being friendly towards them, joking, etc. The folks posting "firsts" are really friendly and known members so I really don't know if this situation can be fixed, I have been ignoring this subject for some time, perhaps I'm in the annoyed minority.



  • I haven't liked this change in a while. If there's a setting, please let me know.

    I keep my side panel hidden. When I use a shortcut, like Downloads, for example, I can bring it up and use the shortcut again to hide the panel altogether. I don't like that thin bar on the side.

    Past versions would hide it all. How do I fix this?



  • @vividal: well I tried the Hover option and the auto-collapse does what I want. In fact, I also like that it's an overlay and not part of the page. Nevermind.

    {edit} but I still think the thin sidebar should not be shown for people who don't use the hover option. The button on the bottom-left is there for a reason. Hotkeys are there to bring up what you want to see, but what's the point if the behavior of toggling the sidebar doesn't do what it's meant to.


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    @rluik The "first" tradition started 20 years ago with Classic Opera. It has grown into a touchstone of camaraderie.


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