For instance, you could share tips. If you browse to vivaldi:extensions (or about:extensions), you can drag Chrome/Chropera extensions onto the page to install.
Drag them from where? From your own harddrive where you download the extensions first?
Which promised feature of Vivaldi are you most looking forward to?
Possibly sync if I were to end up using it as a secondary or tertiary browser.
My interest in replacements for anything but the core browsing functionality is waning quickly.
What's the primary browser?
What is the core functionality for you? Displaying websites?
As you see, old Opera is irreplaceable for me. Moreover, Opera is still king on weak hardware, which is an important factor when you try to keep your hardware running for as long as possible.
I haven't tried Opera/Blink on my netbook, but Firefox isn't too bad for me.
Try Vivaldi on netbook and report back
I'm working on a long, incredibly drawn out process of moving everything but browsing itself into separate applications.
I always prefered specialized software for dedicated tasks. A jack of all trades device is aimed for aunt Gertrude.
Since the last update im enjoying the browser, im looking forward to it maturing in the coming years. Nice to have good alturnitive to firefox
Quote from: ultraviolet on 2015-02-06, 13:22:30Since the last update im enjoying the browser, im looking forward to it maturing in the coming years. Nice to have good alturnitive to firefoxWhat became enjoyable?
Quote from: ersi on 2015-01-29, 20:07:23Try Vivaldi on netbook and report backIt's surprisingly fast, but there are some clear performance issues.
Now also in 32-bit: https://vivaldi.net/blogs/teamblog/item/7-new-snapshot-1-0-105-7-now-with-32-bit-linux
All I could find was this thread asking for one.
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