Late yesterday we released a minor upgrade to Vivaldi 1.7 to fix an issue with the Windows installer.
In this snapshot we start to focus on stabilization for the 1.8 final, with the priority switching to fixing regressions. We have also started to resolve some long standing translation issues.
This is a historic snapshot for us because we re-wrote the history feature. We also fixed almost 40 bugs and upgraded the Chromium backend.
Today’s snapshot is our second release candidate for 1.7 stable. It includes the privacy-focused startpage.com as a new search engine option.
Today’s snapshot is our first release candidate for 1.7 stable and includes improvements to our new history panel.
Work continues as we progress to a 1.7 final in the (very) near future but before that happens we wanted to give you a final treat.
It’s the last day of the month and here we are with another snapshot, focusing on fixing as many regressions as we can, to give you a polished and stable release.
Is there anything more annoying than a video or advert in a background tab causing unwanted noise?
Another day, another snapshot! Since yesterday’s snapshot highlighted fixes, we resolved a couple of annoying regressions and completed a major bump of Chromium to 56 (build 2924.59).
Further work on screenshotting for today’s snapshot, including the frequently requested «copy to clipboard».