See what’s next in Vivaldi with the latest public test builds
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.
Today’s snapshot adds numbers to the first 9 items in the Window menu, to aid fast switching.
Today’s snapshot is all about increasing customization further, with new possibilities on the navigation toolbar and even more options for sound.
Ruarí first started working as a browser tester 10 years ago but he still has things to learn.
Today’s snapshot includes a couple of nice media improvements for Linux users, resolves a bunch of issues, and upgrades Chromium to 71.
In the latest snapshot, the long click Back/Forward button drop-down entries can be opened in a new tab via middle clicking.