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Month: August 2020

Re: [trinity-users] Vivaldi settings - new thread

From: "William Morder via trinity-users" <trinity-users@...>
Date: Tue, 25 Aug 2020 06:48:24 -0700

On Tuesday 25 August 2020 03:18:23 Janek Stolarek wrote:
> > When I upgraded Vivaldi-Snapshot to the most recent build, I suddenly
> > lost all my settings: started getting cookies I didn't want, V would
> > remember my browsing history, even reset my home page, totally undid my
> > preferences.
> Vivaldi creates a separate set of setting for its development build, just
> the same way Firefox creates spearate profiles for Nightly or ESR builds.
> Check out ~/.config/vivaldi and ~/.config/vivaldi-snapshot
> >  my settings were wiped after an upgrade.
> In the past custom CSS and JS were being wiped out during upgrades. Now
> Vivaldi has improved and only custom JS can get wiped out - it definitely
> gets disabled, but with a bit of luck the custom.js file might still be in
> place after an upgrade.
> > Vivaldi should have about:config.
> +1 on that. Conversely, Firefox should have interface inspector to ease
> customization of user interface.
> > Among other browsers out there, IMHO worth checking out: Midori,
> > Qupzilla, and Seamonkey. There is supposed to be a Chromium-ungoogled,
> > too, something like that, available in repositories: Chromium with
> > everything Google removed. I just heard about it a few days ago.
> Chromium is Chrome with everything Google removed. Or so the internet
> claims, because I haven't inspected the source code myself.
> Janek

I just happened to run into it again:

Here is where I heard about it:
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