See what’s next in Vivaldi with the latest public test builds
It’s raining in Oslo. On a more positive note, here is a new snapshot for you!
A small update to the last snapshot, to fix the most serious of the macOS media issues.
Today’s snapshot resolves the major issues from the last snapshot, fixes a number of regressions and upgrades our Chromium backend to 69.
Linux users on non-DEB/RPM distributions now have a new way to try out our snapshots.
Today’s snapshot is a fun one, with three nice improvements by our intern Håvard Nordlie Mathisen and a major bump to our Chromium backend.
It’s the first day of August and we’ve got a new Snapshot, focusing on fixing as many regressions as we can, to give you a polished and stable release.
In this Snapshot, we’re continuing to add options to some of our most popular features: a list layout to the visual tab cycler, settings for focus-based panel auto collapse and tiling new tabs in a tab stack. We also found the time to add a new privacy-conscious search engine, and fixed 10 regressions!
Tab Tiling gets an upgrade, with the ability to resize the tiles. We also added default keyboard shortcuts for moving tabs and fixed a number of annoying regressions.
A fantastic new feature for today’s snapshot is one of our more frequent requests. Floating panels have finally arrived. We also found the time to fix 11 regressions!
Today’s snapshot includes a jump from Chromium 65 to 67. So now you can enjoy the latest rendering engine, with all our signature features!