In case you missed it, we had a successful release of Vivaldi 1.0 final a couple of days back but that does not mean we took a break and stopped development. We have already begun the work towards version 1.1!
Today’s snapshot is the first in the 1.1 series and we have added a few small features already. We now switch tabs when trying to close a pinned one, provide easier mass closing of tabs, add links to tab stacks by default and provide a new “keyboard shortcut to rule them all”.
Shortly after the release of the final we were informed of an issue that could allow a malicious website to trick a user into thinking they were surfing on a different domain.
Today’s snapshot is Vivaldi 1.0 Release Candidate 1. Assuming no major, new issues are discovered, we will rebuild this with a few more updates to translations and set it to update users of our beta channel, in the near future.
A new Snapshot to ring in the weekend with a handful of extra fixes. Including bug fixes for YouTube, private browsing, and handling grouped tabs (Tab Stacks). Enjoy!
A small update with a fix for % encoded URLs, that caused particular problems for our Japanese users.
Here are a few more important fixes as we close in on the final 1.0 release. In other news, if you live near Palo Alto and would like to have breakfast with our founders, sign up below!
We are closing in one our first stable release shortly, so here is another update with better data import support (including passwords protected by master password in Opera 12), a fix for bookmarklets and more. See the changelog below for the full details.
It is holiday time for many of us here in the Vivaldi offices, so we wanted to get out a small update before we leave the office. Another recent regression is fixed, two more mouse gestures (for Fast Forward and Rewind and further bugs killed. Enjoy!
New Snapshot time! We’ve fixed the freeze that Windows 10 users were experiencing with videos on news sites, Twitter and Facebook.
In today’s snapshot we introduce a fantastic new first run welcome page, fix some annoying bugs and provide an alternative Windows installation package for antivirus vendors who like misspeolled wrds!
Today’s snapshot fixes the major issue reported in the last one, meaning that scrolling should be smoother and you will see less “Dead Birds”. We have also done a bit more work on search suggestions, got Netflix working again and introduced a minimum size for the active tab. We also addressed the bug that a number of you raised with keyboard shortcuts not working after viewing the source of a page.
A small update to give you something new to play with over the weekend! We’re working on a new feature (search suggestions) but the main focus is bug fixing.