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!, 2022-11-03 07:24 »

I'm 90% sure, after using Vivaldi, you will puke on Firefox. :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

!, 2022-11-03 07:22 »

Steven W wrote:
2022-10-29 11:08
Heh, does the Winders/Android version have the built-in game? vivaldi://game/
I think yes lol

Steven W, 2022-11-02 23:21 »

Oh heck! I was kinda shocked. I put in a support ticket regarding the emails not received in Vivaldi Mail, and of course I got an email letting me know I have a ticket in. Well, a few minutes later I glance up at the time and notice that the 'indicator applet' for the Mate Desktop is 'lit'. I'm thinking dear God, I just updated Firefox yesterday, there's another one? Au contraire! Vivaldi's email client works with it :wink:

That was a pleasant surprise.

Steven W, 2022-11-02 03:02 »

I will say the idea of basically including the functionality of a really good email client, not only mail, but tasks, and a calendar is certainly thoughtful. I'm not seeing any way of re-ordering that sidebar and perhaps adding separators though.

Steven W, 2022-11-02 02:51 »

Eh, some very initial thoughts:

I appreciate it's trying to be a somewhat integrated suite, including things such as a built-in email client, calendar, rss feeds, and even the note-taking thing in the sidebar. I even appreciate that those can be set to use other services (Google, for instance) That said, its menus (particularly for setting up email, etc.) feel a bit clunky. I'll have to dig down and point out exactly what I mean at some point. Who knows, some of those issues may be Linux specific. I signed up for a @vivaldi.net email and they forced me to not only use a alternate email, but to also enter a code from SMS (sigh). I sent a test message to my alternate email and got it there, but thus far, my replies from the alt email have yet to show in my @vivaldi inbox. I have a feeling this is someone relatively new to email hosting being overly cautious, but I don't know that for sure...

As just a browser, it's Chromium-based, so it works well. I do like the sidebar layout, especially after moving the sidebar to the right. The 'Reading List' is a cool idea and its Reader View is nice (although nearly every browser offers something like that now).

Steven W, 2022-10-29 11:08 »

Heh, does the Winders/Android version have the built-in game? vivaldi://game/

Steven W, 2022-10-29 11:00 »

Well, right off the bat, this site looks diff:
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as though someone shrunk it.

Steven W, 2022-10-29 10:55 »

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I'll try it out and let you know what I think. FYI, I'm not using Windows as my daily driver anymore. :wink:

!, 2022-10-21 19:21 »

Speaking of FF, I moved away from it years ago, both on PC and phone. Use Vivaldi. It will blow your mind! It is extremely good and customizable. Even for adding your own made add-ons, it's really great! I can't stand Firefox anymore.

Seriously, give Vivaldi a real try and check its options and settings and the way you can make your own add-ons super nice. :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

If you remember the old Opera browser, I think after it was taken over, the developers moved away and made Vivaldi browser.

I highly highly recommend you to give it a real try.

Both on phone and PC.

Steven W, 2022-10-20 04:25 »

LOL, obvious this wasn't meant for creating documents, you can't even edit the text from a PDF created using the contenteditable URL (data:text/html, <html contenteditable>). Eh, it's a nice feature though for filling out PDF forms.

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