In our fourth 1.5 release candidate we resolve an issue with Netflix on macOS and fix a crash when using Chrome Apps.
Our third 1.5 release candidate resolves some issues with IME and themes, and includes a further fix to dropping tabs between windows.
We are issuing a new 1.5 release candidate, after fixing a couple of serious issues with moving (via the context menu) or dropping tabs between windows. We have also updated various translations.
We’re building Vivaldi to let users customise their way to the perfect browser. Whatever your browsing goals – from digital marketing to pure entertainment value – social media plays a big part in the day-to-day experience of the web.
How many times a day do you pop over to Twitter or Facebook to check-in on your feed? A quick straw poll of the Vivaldi office gave a clear answer: “a lot”. But having multiple apps or separate tabs open for each of your favourite platforms can quickly clutter up your screen. Well, clutter no longer. Welcome to Web Panels.
As a new week arrives, the first RC for 1.5 arrives with it. And for our Mac users, worry not, Mac is back once again! With today's build we've fixed several regressions, proprietary media support on OpenSUSE, bookmark title dragging, as well as ungrouping of tabs. Our Show Tab Cycler has been updated to respect tab order. The full list of fixes is listed below in the changelog.
Our focus towards 1.5 is fixing any regressions since 1.4, so when reporting issues in the comment section below, please keep that in mind.