Back button has problems on Ars Technica site
When I don't get the dead bird, the Back button does not seem to work (it looks more like a refresh). Sometimes it will work after 4 or 5 clicks (if I don't get the dead bird before that). E.g.: On the main site, I click in a story, then try back from there.
Works for me with 1.0.435.42 on Windows 10x64.
It is not perfectly consistent (i.e. it will sometimes work), but it fails most of the time for me on Windows 7x64.
Vivaldi 1.0.435.42 () (32-bit)
Blink 537.36 (@575538bc320e213510be1e66f3521382e615129d)
I just observed that it happens most when I stay on the page of an article for a while. Then the "back" button list gets filled with my current page as if I followed many links to the same page. I did not dig in the page code, but I suspect some auto-refresh is running afoul of Vivaldi's logging of breadcrumbs.
Also, if I manage to go back, I sometimes get a dead page (no links active, nothing alive), and I have to do a refresh.