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Old 08-28-2019, 12:39 PM   #226
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Odd, because I don't get notifications from sites in my installs (I simply block globally as there's no site I want notifications from).
 
Old 08-28-2019, 12:59 PM   #227
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And it seems to work for me. I can go to vivaldi://chrome and it brings up the settings, I can search for notifications and get taken to where I can block notifications globally (which I do), or block & allow on a per-site basis.
Thanks for this, Timothy!

I was loading vivaldi://chrome from an incognito window. After you mentioned that, I suspected that incognito does not provide access to all settings. Then I opened it from a normal window, searched for notifications, disabled 'ask before send' (becomes blocked) and voilà! No notification requests anymore.

I stand corrected and apologize for the noise.
 
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Old 09-09-2019, 11:50 AM   #228
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For those of us who like Vivaldi on Linux:
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Originally Posted by https://vivaldi.com/blog/vivaldi-goes-mobile-android/
Vivaldi goes mobile (Android). Still in BETA
 
Old 09-16-2019, 04:41 PM   #229
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Tidal support

One of the features of Vivaldi that I very much appreciated was that it supports Tidal. But since some time ago I receive a message "Could not connect to streaming server. Check your internet connection" whenever I try to play some music in the web client. I used to get the same message in Chromium (Eric's package). I am currently in contact with Tidal support trying to dissect what could be wrong, and I found out that for some reason now Tidal plays well in chromium (as well as google-chrome).

My question here is if some one can confirm that Tidal is still working in Vivaldi? Otherwise it might be a Vivaldi bug, which I will not be able to solve.

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Well what do you know?! I found in Ruari's script (latest-vivaldi.sh) that I could use it to fetch the latest snapshot. When done, I could play Tidal just fine. Hurrah! Then I opened vivaldi-stable again (to type this EDIT) and Tidal works fine! I have no idea what just happened but I'm glad that all is well again :-)

The Vivaldi browser rules! Big thanks to Ruari et al.

Cheers, Leon.

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Old 09-16-2019, 05:07 PM   #230
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Hah, I just signed up to a Tidal trial to try to help. I managed to get it to work after realising I had to a] install Pepperflash and b] enable Flash in the Vivaldi settings. Glad you got it to work.

EDIT: Wow, when you cancel your subscription you have to fill in a compulsory 'exit survey' before they allow it.

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Old 09-16-2019, 05:18 PM   #231
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Thank you Lysander666, sorry for the hassle, I very much appreciate your efforts. It was your enthousiasm that had me try out Vivaldi as a replacement for Firefox. Over time I tried several alternative browsers, but only Vivaldi has stayed with me.
 
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Old 09-16-2019, 05:23 PM   #232
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No hassle at all, really pleased it works.
 
  


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