Bug: Can't remove gestures



  • I wanted to remove some of the mouse gestures that I don't use (for example, close tab, which I don't want to do by accident) so I went into the settings and did that, but afterwards I found that the remaining gestures didn't work properly. For example, the "new tab" gesture (drag straight down) caused the page to reload.


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    I tested the deletion of gestures and using others, works for me without problems.
    Vivaldi 1.3.537.5 x64
    Debian 8 x64 KDE 4



  • I'm still using 1.2.490.43, so I guess I'll wait and see if the next update fixes it.


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    if you like you can test the Snapshot, it will install separately from Vivaldi Stable.


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    @Gwen-Dragon:

    if you like you can test the Snapshot, it will install separately from Vivaldi Stable.

    What? Not unless you set it to standalone. Otherwise it replaces the stable version, and vice-versa. They install to the same location with the same settings.

    Edit: Of course Linux installs them separately. Ignore this bone-headed remark. See below.



  • Ayespy, are you sure? This is the Linux stream, not Windows. I know your advice is correct for Windows, but back in 2015 when i still used Stable [or whatever it was called then] as well as Snapshot, they always installed into separate dedicated directories, like GD said. I've not used Stable for maybe a year now; did the original arrangement change?


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    @Steffie:

    Ayespy, are you sure? This is the Linux stream, not Windows. I know your advice is correct for Windows, but back in 2015 when i still used Stable [or whatever it was called then] as well as Snapshot, they always installed into separate dedicated directories, like GD said. I've not used Stable for maybe a year now; did the original arrangement change?

    Oh, Geez. You're right. Linux installs them as different products. I totally spaced that this was Linux. And here, a year ago, I was reminding people that Linux installs and runs Stable and Snapshots separately. My bad.


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    @Ayespy:

    Edit: Of course Linux installs them separately. Ignore this bone-headed remark. See below.

    Yes. I forgive you <3


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