how do you like vivaldi so far?
good enough or trash?
been using it alongside chrome for a few weeks now. I would probably make the switch permanently but I would need to see some more useful to me features included first, mainly:
>custom new tab page
>cross device sync
>Drag item into browser to open
>drag tabs out into new window
>Also it's frozen up on me a few times
There's a few more I cannot recall right now but basically, I like it a lot, and as soon as it has everything I use on a daily basis from chrome I see no reason not to switch
Still too buggy at the moment, also it's lacking a few important features like being able to drag a tab into a new window. I'll probably switch back to it from Chrome once they've ironed everything out, but right now it's not suitable for everyday use.
It's okay. The best of the botnet-based browsers, but that's not saying much. I refuse to use Furrycux any more though, so I'm sticking with Vivaldi for now.
>thinks I haven't already checked for that
It only happens when I use a search bar inside a page on a newly opened tab. The only way to stop that shit is to click somewhere else on the page and try again.
You try it then
>open program and go any page, typing is normal left-to-right
>now open a new tab using a link on the page that has a search bar inside of the website
>viola, you're typing is now backwards EVEN THOUGH YOU DIDN'T TOUCH A FUCKING THING
>right click the bar, scroll down to Writing Direction, and what's checked in?
LEFT TO FUCKING RIGHT
This shit should not be acceptable on any browser. Fuck Vivaldi.
>add short nickname like 4cg
>type the short nickname to go to bookmark
>stuff is in the sidebar instead of adding drop down menus or horizontal bars
> high interface customizability without needing extensions
> high shortcuts customizability
If only it hadn't a retarded behavior on tab closing, it had drop tab to new window and it didn't lag like a piece of shit it would be Goat
Palemoon and Firefox never had this issue, only Vivaldi. I've been using Firefox in conjunction to see if it was time to jump ship. Vivaldi ain't the right boat for me to stay on.
Also that "source code" is an old outdated version.
They basically are keeping you in the dark as to what the current version actually is, it also isn't the source code they use clearly as well which makes it even more sketchy and likely hacked to bits to hide stuff they don't want out.
Yes, it's chromium based, 2.9gb or something like that of the source is just chromium files.