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Yet again we introduce quite a few of improvements, so let’s dive in without too much ado. First we’d like to discuss gestures, the ability to issue commands with help of drawn shapes. With some of you excited and some of you disappointed by lack of flexibility, we hope to address both groups by expanding the feature by recordable gestures.
Today we released a minor update to Vivaldi 1.1. We now provide more detailed security information in developer tools, updated our Chromium engine with security updates from upstream and fixed an issue with Vivaldi failing to install on Ubuntu 12.04.
A mere three weeks after the release of 1.0, Vivaldi 1.1 arrives with enhanced tab handling and tab hibernation features. Read on to find out more about our latest release.
This is release candidate 3 for Vivaldi 1.1, with a quick fix to the URL field and some translation updates.
Vivaldi will be rebuilt for the stable update stream before it is released.
Today’s snapshot has a fix for problems with keyboard shortcuts, introduced in the previous snapshot. This is release candidate 2 for Vivaldi 1.1. Let us know if you see any major issues.
As mentioned with RC1, even if no further major issues are found, Vivaldi will be rebuilt for the stable update stream before it is released.
Have a great weekend!
Today’s snapshot is the first release candidate for Vivaldi version 1.1. Even if no further major issues are found, Vivaldi will be rebuilt for the stable update stream before it is released.
In today’s snapshot we fix the issue with Ctrl clicking on Speed Dials and make fast forward more reliable as we close in on version 1.1.
Today’s highlights are further tab closing activation options, more work on our Dark UI, more import options and a fix for Vivaldi stealing focus under Windows.
In case you missed it, we had a successful release of Vivaldi 1.0 final a couple of days back but that does not mean we took a break and stopped development. We have already begun the work towards version 1.1!
Today’s snapshot is the first in the 1.1 series and we have added a few small features already. We now switch tabs when trying to close a pinned one, provide easier mass closing of tabs, add links to tab stacks by default and provide a new “keyboard shortcut to rule them all”.
Shortly after the release of the final we were informed of an issue that could allow a malicious website to trick a user into thinking they were surfing on a different domain.
Here it is. After more than a year of public development, we’re honored to share Vivaldi 1.0 with you today. You’re the reason we’ve made it this far.