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deya 03. Sep 2015 01:03 PM


....'Private browsing mode and improved web panels'.....

deya 07. Sep 2015 07:00 PM

Came across this while checking their blog - Welcome to Vivaldi Tips;

Not an official Vivaldi site page, think it's been put together by testers. Quite good though, like a help page for anyone using the browser.

danielson 07. Sep 2015 09:20 PM

Noted! Thank you Deya!
If someone takes the time to build a similar webpage, it's a sure sign that Vivaldi is here to stay.

deya 10. Sep 2015 04:16 PM


...... 'settings in a tab and improved progress indicator'...

torres-no-tan-magnifico 10. Sep 2015 06:43 PM

With the 2 last snapshots I get an 'error cannot update' message. :-(
I haven't tried just downloading and installing yet as this seems to defeat the object of updating via the browser!

deya 10. Sep 2015 07:35 PM

Yes, I've had that happen a couple of times previously. Downloaded the file, updated manually and then it worked after that - the auto update. It's been auto updating fine for me the last couple of snapshots. Weird glitch sometimes. Seen it reported on their site also, by other users.

danielson 10. Sep 2015 09:01 PM

Auto-update went well here.

Win 7 32bit

deya 14. Sep 2015 04:44 PM


... 'A small update to bring you the latest improvements since Thursday—fixes to rewind and zooming and further work on the tab cycler' .....

Auto updated and installed, no problems.

deya 18. Sep 2015 02:39 PM

Snapshot - Bookmarks sorting;

... 'Our focus right now is on bugfixing, so here is another bugfixing build. However, these is also one nice new feature for you, sorting of bookmarks' .....

sicknero 23. Sep 2015 03:45 PM

I've been test-driving this for a few days, I was waiting for the standalone/portable version.

I must say I'm pretty impressed, visually it reminds me a lot of Maxthon but the feel and experience is quite different.

It's very usable already as it is, I'm looking forward to seeing how it develops feature-wise.

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