See what’s next in Vivaldi with the latest public test builds
For today’s snapshot we made it easier to manage profiles, block ads that use abusive technologies, added support for Razer Chroma headsets, fixed a Twitter panel crash, and display issues with WhatsApp Web and Google.com.
Today’s snapshot is the first release candidate for 2.5.
We are not quite at release candidate stage but we are getting very close. Here are three more important fixes.
There were some complaints about extension icons in the previous snapshot. This issue should now be fixed.
From today’s snapshot we start on the path towards stabilizing for a 2.5 release. There will be a focus on regression fixes for the next few snapshots.
Today’s snapshot resolves numerous regressions, improves the performance of the address bar for users with history set to forever, and includes a minor Chromium bump.
Today’s snapshot includes new options for adjusting Speed Dial sizes and includes a major Chromium bump.
We are planning a minor update to Stable 2.4, so here is a snapshot to test some fixes out before we backport them.
For today’s snapshot we make it easier to select tabs with keyboard shortcuts, Quick Commands or even mouse gestures.
Not wanting to rest on our laurels, we have a new snapshot for you, following today’s 2.4 stable release.