Least buggy version of Vivaldi por El Cap?


  • Ambassador

    (just to note, this also happened in Mojave).

    Hello everyone! Hope you're all doing good today.

    Does anyone know what's the least buggy version of Vivaldi for El Cap?
    Right now using 3.2.1967.41 (Stable channel) (64-bit)
    and it's just, not working. All my settings get lost upon restart (tried all troubleshoot possible) and also this:

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    Mozilla and Chrome work ok though.

    Thanks in advance for your input and have a nice weekend!



  • That is an older version of Vivaldi as of this comment 3.3.2022.47 is the current stable Vivaldi.

    Apple released a security update for macOS this past week (can see if that helps also)


  • Ambassador

    Just updated to 3.3.2022.47 (Stable channel) (64-bit) and see if it helps. I'm usually weary of new releases because when I upgraded to 3.2.1967.41 it was ridden with bugs. Let's just hope this is not the case. Thanks!


  • Ambassador

    Ok, just fund a few bugs.
    One of them being, when I open a link in a new tab using this:
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    The new tab is stuck on constantly loading:
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  • Moderator

    @dannii According to this , Google Chrome still officially supports OX X 10.10 (Yosemite) and later. I don't know if Vivaldi's macOS minimum requirements need to be changed/updated. I will ask about this internally.


  • Moderator

    @dannii Sorry, missed this post. Did you ever downgrade Vivaldi after running into a issues following an upgrade? If so, that will corrupt your Vivaldi profile (where configuration data and other working files are stored) and this can, in turn, introduce major stability issues in Vivaldi going forward.

    Just updated to 3.3.2022.47 (Stable channel) (64-bit) and see if it helps. I'm usually weary of new releases because when I upgraded to 3.2.1967.41 it was ridden with bugs. Let's just hope this is not the case. Thanks!


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