Snapshot 1.0.435.5 - Closing in on a final





  • (Ctrl + mouse wheel) zoom step is broken.



  • @Stardust:

    (Ctrl + mouse wheel) zoom step is broken.

    I think you should state at least the OS you are working on.

    I'm using Ubuntu 15.04 and the Ctrl + mouse wheel zooming works fine for me.



  • @MaXtreeM:

    @Stardust:

    (Ctrl + mouse wheel) zoom step is broken.

    I think you should state at least the OS you are working on.

    I'm using Ubuntu 15.04 and the Ctrl + mouse wheel zooming works fine for me.

    windows 7 x64 sp1
    No matter how fast you scroll zooming step is 10%. You can open Opera 12 or Firefox to compare: 100-140% or 100-160% depending on how fast you hit a mouse wheel.



  • How to disable Lazy tabs?
    Tabs always loading!



  • @Stardust:

    windows 7 x64 sp1
    No matter how fast you scroll zooming step is 10%. You can open Opera 12 or Firefox to compare: 100-140% or 100-160% depending on how fast you hit a mouse wheel.

    I'm sorry I didn't know about the "step" speed. Was this a thing in earlier versions? I tried this in both Snapshot 1.0.435.5 and Beta 3 and I get the same behaviour on Xubuntu. Latest snapshot on Win 10 x64 and the same behaviour again. So was this in Vivaldi earlier to be broken now?

    @bubek:

    How to disable Lazy tabs?
    Tabs always loading!

    There have been requests to add an option to enable/disable Lazy tabs since they have been added to the Vivaldi but I don't know any way how to do it.



  • @MaXtreeM:

    @Stardust:

    windows 7 x64 sp1
    No matter how fast you scroll zooming step is 10%. You can open Opera 12 or Firefox to compare: 100-140% or 100-160% depending on how fast you hit a mouse wheel.

    I'm sorry I didn't know about the "step" speed. Was this a thing in earlier versions? I tried this in both Snapshot 1.0.435.5 and Beta 3 and I get the same behaviour on Xubuntu. Latest snapshot on Win 10 x64 and the same behaviour again. So was this in Vivaldi earlier to be broken now?

    Yes, this bug was in several previous snapshots. I thought it was already known bug.


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