It's about time – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 2202.3
Wow, so many cool features, but still can't move to Vivaldi because of the bug that makes the extension shortcuts not working "in Vivaldi" mode, so frustrating, because this bug is here for years already.
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iAN CooG last edited by iAN CooG
Lots of problems with this snapshot on MacOSX (10.13.6). Tabs refuse to close after a while.
That's a known bug, restart vivaldi to fix it for now.
Half the items in the right-click context menu have disappeared, including "Copy link address".
Now the menus are editable, I see both "Copy Link Text" and "Copy Link Address", I tried and switched them in position and works for me.
Settings/Appereance/Menu Customization, select "LINK" as menu type in the dropdown, and check if you see
"Save link as"
"Copy Link Address"
"Copy Link Text"
and eventually hit the "Reset Default Menu", you'll be asked for a confirmation, push Yes.
@gorg: The Link menu problem on Mac is in progress to be fixed. It is triggered by Macs auto selection of text when opening a context menu.
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I am Japanese and can only speak Japanese, so I use Google Translate to create sentences.
I'm sorry if there are any mistakes in the translation.
It's already written a lot here, but I've also seen some glitches in this build.
Bug 1 Tab bug
Tabs occasionally become unable to close. It will be cured if you restart the browser. This bug is 100% reproduced when a tab that opens temporarily when downloading a file and closes automatically appears.
Bug 2 Right-click menu bug
Some of the displayed menus are in English without being translated into Japanese.
Also, the menu part will be in a state where a partially different menu is selected.
As an example, if you select the translation add-in, which is introduced as a Google add-in, it will be a bing search.
Bug 3, YouTube may be slow.
Sounds and videos may freeze, and in the worst case, videos and sound devices may die.
- However, this may be due to the GeForce or Sound Blaster that we are using.
These bugs are occurring in this build. It's okay to be slow, so please deal with it.
@fendar: Thanks for the feedback. Are you using vertical or horizontal tabs? The gap between the tab and tab previews should be gone on horizontal tabs but this can be fixed for vertical.
You're right about the middle-click issue. I will put this on the bug list.
Keeping the tab preview open is probably a good idea.
@ian-coog: Thanks, the "Reset Default Menu" did the trick. I will stay with the previous snapshot though, as restarting Vivaldi every while because I can not close the tabs is not something I can live with.
@espen: Keep up the good work. By the way, it would have been nice if we had a richer context menu for the download panel list as well (e.g. "Open with").
@guepardomar: You have to add them manually, then it should work. go to vivaldi://extensions, then left side there is a menu-burger, there you can click the keyboard shortcuts, edit the one you want and add a shortcut, hopefully that helps
@Aronand Hi, thanks for reply, I did and only works on "Global", but I don't like that, because when using the same shortcut on other apps affect Vivaldi as well. I am on Linux (Deepin 20 Debian base) with Vivaldi 3.6.2165.40 (Stable channel) (64-bit), not sure if other platforms are affected.
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@dagurp Thank you for your time! Yes, I use vertical tabs.
@mustang_tis: "Bug 3, YouTube may be slow.
Sounds and videos may freeze, and in the worst case, videos and sound devices may die."
That was one of the (several) reasons I reverted to the stable release of Vivaldi. I do not have a discrete video card, just using the Intel CPU's onboard "UHD Graphics 620."
the impossibility to close tabs, is probably the most annoying bug ever
guigirl last edited by
Giggles. IIRC TP1, & several other of the 2015 releases, gave us a pretty "exciting" ride re bugs & crashes.
I don't know if it will be added, shortcut keys for renaming tab groups
Customization of the original icons of the groups of the bookmarks bar