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@cserpete Welcome to the Community. Here are a few links for your bookmarks that you may find useful:
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- Search for the bookmark folder, select a bookmark, then delete the search.
- Hide the Notes Panel from the Panel Toolbar icon context menu. Delete the shortcuts from Settings, Keyboard (search for notes)
- It is best to start a new thread in the appropriate OS forum regarding bugs. Try a forum search first for Twitch.
I can not edit my previous comments.
Maybe that is why the update is coming »
"On Wednesday 7th October at 7am UTC, we will update Vivaldi's servers. We expect it will take up to 6 hours. During this time there will be some downtime on the Forum, Sync and Community Blogs (Webmail is not affected). Thanks in advance for your patience."
@cserpete You cannot edit comments on the blog. Log in to the Vivaldi forum to edit your posts.
Thanks for your greeting and answer/suggestion/advice, but I know all these stuff.
If I can not report multiple issues/bugs in a comment, then I will use the "Bug Report" form for each or send an e-mail with all of them.
The bookmark search can not find the specific link, because it haven't got the searched word in its name or url (as I mentioned earlier), select and stay in focus on the folder/subfolder is not possible and I can not find manually the wanted favorite. With you words I can not select the bookmarks and delete the search field, because I can not find the bookmark, just its folder (no bookmarks listed) which contains the searched word. Only I can do to find these bookmarks is to search for them go from the root folder trough all the path where I suspect them to be. And this method is very time-heavy and makes the search field in the bookmarks useless in these kind of cases.
The Notes Panel is already hidden (this solution is only visual and I never had problem with hiding or deleting things from the Side Panel), but the Notes still in the Start Page next to the right to History. The Start page looks like this »
Bookmarks - History - Notes
...and under them there are the Speed Dial.
And only I can do to NOT use the Notes is to unbind all its shortcuts, but the "Copy to Note" item is still in the context menu and its working correctly. If we have an option to disable Notes, then all its stuff should be gone. No more miss-clicks, accidentally used shortcuts, etc. to save something into the Notes, and it will be gone from the Start Page as well.
Stay safe and healthy.
I could edit the comment here, that is why this is empty (accidentally deleted all the word, instead of just edit the comment in it and saved it without noticed the empty field xD )»
I tried to edit them trough the forum, but I had no luck yet. There is no option to edit for me.
update: I reopened the forum and the "Edit" and "Delete" options are here now. I will use them next time.
Again thanks for the help @Pesala !
ps.: Hmmm... Some comment have the "Edit", "Delete" and sometimes, when the comment was edited multiple time, then "Edit History" as well and some comment have do not have these "Tools" in the context menu of the post. Is there, for example, an hour time limit to do actions with our posts? Hmm...
[CRASH?] hovering "Erase all" cookies' button crashes Vivaldi
- start Vivaldi in private mode (i.e. vivaldi --incognito)
- open preferences
- search for cookies section (type cook, into the search field)
- hover, on the "Delete all cookies" button two, or three times OR click and double click here, and there into the cookies settings (even in empty areas: where there are no radio buttons, or buttons, or settings to choose - just click here and there)
This should crash Vivaldi. Crashes only, in private mode, here.
[Vivaldi, on Win10x64]
mib2berlin last edited by
Hi, does not crash for me if you meant "Delete all Cookies" button.
Opensuse Tumbleweed x86_64
CPU i7-3520M 8 GB
GPU Intel HD4000
KDE Plasma 5.59.0-1.1
Vivaldi 3.4.2064.6 / Chrome 86.0.4240.57
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@Pesala right, I am aware of the situation with M3, using Vivaldi since the early days myself.
my poke at M3 in an completely unrelated news post was kind of a troll post.. ^^
still, I am really looking forward to its release.
currently, I am using the web mailer from my hoster for e-mails since Opera Mail is not available on Linux, and I don't want to spend time on setting up another client shortly before Vivaldi's client releases.
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@Pathduck A solution to all of this would be to set a hard limit to storage of any kind of image files.
"Delete all Cookies" button.
The crash, happens also if you click around the buttons, as well; or if you delete the "cook" string you type into the search field and search again for cookies' settings and play with the settings; or double click near to the buttons...
If you play a bit, Vivaldi crashes.
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@newscpq I can't reproduce here. Your instructions make little sense, as when starting a Private window, there will be no cookies, so the "Delete all cookies" button is disabled. You'd need to browse a couple of sites to create cookies first.
I assume you're talking about in the latest snapshot, since this is the snapshot release thread?
Try to reproduce in a clean profile, by opening a private window there.
A screen recording of the crash would help too.
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@jon Good to know M3 will again use a plain mail storage format. It's both machine readable by any "reputable" software and it's also human readable on occasions like when I've needed to delve into my mail files a few times.
Of course, anything is better than the proprietary garbled mess of e.g. Outlook files, where you need tricks and community-created tools to extract your own data for export...
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it's not dead yet!
It feels better. It feels happy. It might go for a walk...
@luetage: Good. The concept of feeds is just so important. The trend has been towards AI news, but I still believe it is in our own best interest to get a broader set of news. The feeds are there and we aim to make them easier to access in your favorite browser.
@npro: Yes, grep is a wonderful thing.
That being said. The search in M3 is pretty good as well.