It’s that time of year again – to all you SysAdmin out there, happy Systems Administrators Day! That’s right, the yearly holiday of SysAdmin Day is here. Founded in 1999, this year marks the 17th annual SysAdmin Day
We are busy working on getting 1.3 ready for a release to our stable stream. As such here is another update with a focus on bug squashing.
At this stage, to prevent delaying the 1.3 stable release, we are primarily interested in anything that has broken since 1.2 stable. You can help us by staying on topic and highlighting these issues below. If you want to discuss new features or long standing issues to be addressed after 1.3, please use our forums. As always, thanks for your help. We could not do this without you!
We continue our look into how Vivaldi is being used by people in various parts of the world. We like to share user profiles at Vivaldi, not only because we are interested in everyone’s success, but also because we ourselves learn a lot about how folks interact with Vivaldi, and how we can make it better based on the advice of our friends.
Just a quick update to let you try out all our latest fixes from this week.
Hi everyone! We hope that everyone in the northern hemisphere is enjoying this beautiful summer weather! Summer means vacation for most but for us at Vivaldi, we are working hard to incorporate your suggestions and fulfill the goals of our next release.
Welcome to the first edition of the Vivaldi Browsercast!
In Today’s snapshot we address some of the problems you raised in the last snapshot, including fixing the private window crash on Mac, selection of the custom background image and the broken proprietary media on Linux. We also made the Linux proprietary media system more robust on Ubuntu and added additional support for OpenSUSE and Slackware users.
We’re so impressed with all the creative themes that you sent to us! Thank you! It’s amazing to see how you’ve made Vivaldi into your own, personal browser.
Today’s snapshot is a big one with almost 70 fixes and improvements, including a new privacy option for WebRTC, tab hibernation for Linux and more mouse gesture possibilities.
Want to win some Vivaldi swag? Get your creative juices flowing and show your country’s colors with Vivaldi themes.
Mateus and his teacher Francisco José Quesada González talk about installing Vivaldi in the classroom and how the new browser inspired ideas and exploration.
Ten little-known lifehacks that will help you get the most out of your new browser.