See what’s next in Vivaldi with the latest public test builds
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!
Following the new option to disable use of the Alt key for the menu, some users found the menu no longer worked at all. Here is a quick fix for that.
Today’s snapshot includes fixes for some issues that have been annoying IME users and also further security updates backported from Chromium 67.
A few small fixes for you to test, while the team works towards the next major Chromium backend upgrade.
Just a small update for today’s snapshot to test a fix for a crash on startup, that some Linux users might encounter.