Over the summer, we’re opening Vivaldi’s blog to guest bloggers from our community and beyond who are eager to share their personal perspectives on the thorny topic of online privacy.
Today’s snapshot makes it easier to locate a previously saved password and updates our Chromium back end to 75.
This update fixes an issue with Vivaldi displaying as a black screen, that some Windows 7 users were encountering.
In Vivaldi, you can configure your page printouts so that all clutter is removed and the page is adjusted to your needs before printing. Take a look at the built-in printing options in Vivaldi.
Today’s snapshot tests a fix for the black window that some users experienced on Windows 7, when running Vivaldi.
This update fixes a couple of common crashes, and upgrades Chromium to the latest stable version.
It’s been a busy week at our office in Iceland where the team is hosting two W3C events for the Technical Architecture Group.
Knowing how to take control of zoom, fonts and such in your browser can make a big difference to reading online. It can also give your eyes some much-needed relief.
Meeting our users – in flesh and blood – is one of the most extraordinary experiences for the Vivaldi team. Even better when that happens on Norway’s national holiday.
For today’s snapshot we made it easier to manage profiles, block ads that use abusive technologies, added support for Razer Chroma headsets, fixed a Twitter panel crash, and display issues with WhatsApp Web and Google.com.
This update fixes an issue where WhatsApp blocked Vivaldi users, an issue with Google.com being offset at the point of text input, and we have updated Chromium to the latest stable version.
This update fixes an issue where Twitter being added to a Web Panel could prevent Vivaldi from launching.