The development cycle of the Vivaldi 1.7 web browser is nearing completion, and Ruarí Ødegaard is today informing us about the availability of a new snapshot that addresses several regressions and implements a couple of new features.
The Vivaldi developer working on the Linux port of the Chromium-based web browser is reporting that the team is closing in on the final Vivaldi 1.7, and Vivaldi Browser Snapshot 1.7.735.27 is here to focuses on addressing the most important and critical regressions to offer users a polished, stable, and reliable release.
These include better Chromecast support, support for the Capture page to work on macOS platforms using its native menu, as well as the ability to turn off the search functionality in the address field. It also looks like users will be able to delete typed history in the private data.
As for the new feat… (read more)