In today’s Snapshot: New options for tab opening position, URL protocol display and autocomplete behaviour as well as improved Vivaldi UI font for Chinese users
Today, we launched Vivaldi browser Beta 2 just in time for Christmas! As the holidays are almost upon us, it is also a good time to look back and reflect on the year that has gone by.
This small update to Friday’s snapshot is a beta 2 candidate release. Being Vivaldi, we couldn’t resist adding in (our initial implementation) of a feature to move tabs between windows. We also fixed a nasty crash.
Today’s update brings us a step closer to our second beta, with several crucial fixes for: site compatibility, thumbnail problems, black/unresponsive tabs, Mac keyboard shortcuts, Linux packaging, spatial navigation and tab muting.
Today’s snapshot gives you the option of setting the minimum font size and a default character encoding.
Today’s snapshot introduces a new feature, something we internally call “Silent Tabs For Users”—an easy way to kill annoying sounds in the browser. We also added Netflix support, HTML5 notifications and of course fixed a bunch of bugs.
Here is a small update with a few key bugs fixed, including the problem with tab title cropping and broken Windows XP support.
Today’s snapshot adds a trash folder to Bookmarks and Notes, and added the ability to show which panels to display.