See what’s next in Vivaldi with the latest public test builds
We now offer better control over screenshot naming and provide an option to show frequently visited pages in the URL drop-down.
We are back to work on your favorite browser. So let’s start the year with a few nice fixes and a major Chromium bump.
Here is a little update from yesterday’s build to fix the known issues.
For the first post-2.2 snapshot we introduce a new tab opening option for tab stacking fans
Today’s snapshot is the second release candidate for 2.2.
Today’s snapshot is the first release candidate for 2.2.
One last Snapshot before the weekend. Enjoy!
Today we have further fixes for recent regressions and a minor Chromium bump.
After selecting multiple tabs (Ctrl/⌘/Shift), you can now save them to a session via the context menu.
You can now access closed tabs and access keys with Quick Commands (or mappable keyboard shortcuts) and the status bar becomes customizable.