Vivaldi fires up performance
TonyVivTeam last edited by
Mother Earth can't be controlled, acts at its own.
Nonetheless, You can open a FR to receive Notifications
as Vibrations before any event.
guigirl last edited by
@TonyVivTeam Or maybe a timely Theme change, to fiery red & sulphurous?
TonyVivTeam last edited by TonyVivTeam
I do not understand why you made saving images harder by default though by fiddling with the context menu for it.
I suppose I can edit it myself, but that seems like a very poor default experience to me.
You can: in Appearance settings, select “Link” in the “Menu Customization” list, right-click on “Image Menu” and uncheck “Show as subfolder”: it will bring back the options in the main contextual menu.
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add a new option that allows you to edit the context menus that you open when right-clicking anywhere on a web page
It was so burdensome having to stop and read through gigantic context menus in Vivaldi when I right clicked something on a website. When that update hit that let us customize menus I was overjoyous.. until finding out you still couldn't edit context menus. But now that issue is finally resolved and Vivaldi is one step closer to becoming the perfect power user browser.
I'm still going to gripe about DirectWrite forever, because it will never not negatively affect my eyes, but I'm still hoping an option to disable DirectWrite and enforce GDI rendering will eventually make its way back into the browser..
Anyway, hope Twitch.tv's error #4000 issue is fixed now; prevented watching certain streams in Vivaldi which oddly enough worked in my 3 year old Cent browser.
I just updated vivaldi, now it does not block ads on youtube, very ugly, I think that if they are going to change that to sharpen distances with google they should not be so suspicious putting it in an update as who does not want the thing, it would be good to tell it in an ad "rimbombante" of those who do for each update as it is a topic of interest and is not minor. I was hoping that this update would fix the problem when you click a link and it doesn't open and sometimes you have to hit the link 3 times to open the new tab. This update does not fix the above and introduces the complaint that I echo in this comment, for things like that stop using Brave Browser ... If the ads are a bug for updating chromium I hope they will fix it.
@locutus: Yep. That was an oversight in the code that sets up the now configurable menus. Fix is hopefully in next update.