Vivaldi improves tabs and media playback, adds sharing of URLs with QR codes
sjudenim last edited by sjudenim
Can someone please confirm that the inbuilt ad blocking manager is working properly?
EDIT: I found the problem, it was because of these lists https://forum.vivaldi.net/topic/52979/how-to-block-every-single-tiny-ads-and-youtube-ads
First though when I saw the new tabs stacks: "Omg so much better."
It really is good work, thank you.
PietroPizzi last edited by
I used Vivaldi under Linux on a 32 "UHD Montior. Up until now the thumbnails in the Pop-Up Tab Stacks view were just big enough that the page could be recognized reasonably quickly, even if it was a Google image search with many small pictures in the thumbnail (I would have preferred even bigger then). Now you can hardly see it anymore :(. Can I get the much better old view back? O. at least enlarge the thumbnails?
Also, a horizontal view is generally much quicker to look through (at least for us horizontal readers right!?).
And what does that mean that a lot more thumbnails can now fit on the screen? Because of the size, OK, but that has nothing to do with the vertical layout. In reality you have to say that the system now has less space since it previously went from the far left of the screen to the far right and now the menu bar from the top must be deducted from the available space. And if there are more than in one line fits,they were displayed in several lines, which wasn't a big problem. Sometimes I had 5 lines full and could then look through them line by line like in "a book".
mohamadeen last edited by
Thank you for the
Cropping the URL discards the port information (VB-72226)fix! It was really annoying to me as a Software engineer working with local host everyday
HellbillyDeluxe last edited by
I've finally found out why this wasn't working for me:
"Open Pages in New Tab" was activated under Settings - Quick Commands.
Once I've deactivated that option, I am able to use CTRL + ENTER to have QC open my search queries in a new background Tab.
But still, that doesn't feel quite right to me: Even with "Open Pages in New Tab" enabled, CTRL + ENTER should still open QC queries in a new background Tab. Maybe a bug?
hlehyaric last edited by
@HellbillyDeluxe I have
Open Pages in New Tabenabled in QC settings and it doesn't prevent
cmd/crtl+enterfrom working properly. Then, it may be a bug.
MacBook Pro Early 2015 | macOS 10.12.6 Sierra | Vivaldi 3.5.2131.8
YamiryuuZero last edited by
"While some browsers strip down functionality, we do the opposite."
This is why I love Vivaldi!
Now, if only we could get a second row of tabs...
guigirl last edited by
a second row of tabs..
Sure, for the Horizontallers who want it...
TST for we Verticallers
ZigZag88 last edited by
@luetage: seems we have no choice in embracing it.
TheQuantumAlpha last edited by
@iAN-CooG I never had a single Windows PC in my life…
Btw, I use Arch
Neur1n last edited by
Would you please make the quantity of trash items customizable? Everytime I want to clear them, I have to scroll all way down to the bottom. Or maybe make the "Clear All" button always shown. Thanks.
luetage last edited by
@Gwen-Dragon Would still make more sense to show the “Clear All” command in the “Tab Trash Can” menu customization settings, so people can move it either above or below [All Closed Tabs].
@Neur1n I submitted a bug report for this because it an accessibility issue:
(VB-75088) Closed Tab List is Too Long
Meanwhile, the Access Key "C" will clear all. Click on trash and press "C".
DAOWAce last edited by DAOWAce
"Recently, some of you have been inconvenienced while playing premium streaming services like---"
You mean for many years?
This was one of the major barriers stopping me to switching to Vivaldi. I'm glad it's FINALLY resolved; just wish it didn't take so long to so.
Now if only the DirectWrite problem* got resolved.. I could finally switch fulltime and Vivaldi would be the best web browser that currently exists.
*DirectWrite rendered font causes me eye strain compared to GDI rendered font, but Google removed the GDI code path for it because they're idiots. The Chrome alternative I've used for the last 2 years (Cent) kept it, and is the only way I can tolerate text on websites. I don't know what it would take for GDI rendering to be re-implemented in Vivaldi, but I know Firefox still has it and it might be what I'm forced to switch back to once my old Cent version breaks enough.. Sucks so bad that so many things use Chromium and all suffer this problem because of Google's asinine decision to rip the deprecated code out when it caused no issues.
rseiler last edited by
87.0.4280.141 is out with a whopping 16 security fixes.
EliteIman last edited by EliteIman
Hey guys, thanks for the update.
Especially the way the thumbnails for the stacked tabs are displayed is nice and more useable for the power user with lots of tabs. However there is no way to distinguish hibernated tabs among the stacked tabs.
Can we have dimmed icons for the hibernated tabs inside a tab stack just like typical tabs? Or at least use a slightly different background color for those. Anything to help us distinguish the hibernated tabs from others.