Between summer games at our team outing in Magnolia we’ve been busy working on a new Snapshot build of Vivaldi. Read on to find out more!
We’re adding a new category to our blog and sharing stories from members of Vivaldi’s community. Today we’re publishing the story from Bruce (also known as ayespy in Vivaldi’s Forum and in the comments), who has helped many of us.
We have just released 1.2 and we are proud of the feedback we continue to get from all of you. Thank you! Tusen takk! Herzlichen Dank! Merci! Grazie mille! Obrigado! Muchas gracias!
Today we are excited to open up a major new avenue for customization, by letting you make your own themes and completely change the appearance of Vivaldi.
Mouse gestures have been one of our most popular features since we launched the very first technical preview of the Vivaldi browser last year. So how can we make them even better? By letting you make your own.
Today’s snapshot is the first release candidate for Vivaldi version 1.2. Even if no major issues are found, Vivaldi will be rebuilt for the stable update stream before it is released.
Today’s Snapshot fixes up issues that broke since Vivaldi 1.1, as a 1.2 stable release should be just around the corner. Let us know if we are as close as we think we are, or if there is something your are missing.
Today’s snapshot includes a number of key fixes as we stabilize and close in on a 1.2 final release, including some work on touch support. In addition, we made a small tweak to the Downloads panel so that you get a clearer estimation of how quickly things are progressing.
Hurrah for a new Snapshot and for Norway’s National Day! Fixes to bookmarks, an upgraded Chromium and more.
Last week was a busy one. I’ve been honored to meet so many Vivaldi users in London, Paris, Brussels and Oslo. Thanks for all the great discussions.
Adding some more default shortcuts (all customisable, of course!), fixed tab opening to better follow the selected setting and much more.
I tend to travel a lot for work. I’ve always found it valuable to meet people in person. I find it builds far better relationships than you can with emails, phone calls or video conferences.