Vivaldi: new features (and a game) in 3.4

Vivaldi: new features (and a game) in 3.4
A little more than a month after the release of version 3.3 which introduced Break Mode, today Vivaldi receives a new update moving to 3.4 on desktop (Windows, macOS, Linux) and mobile (Android) platforms. An update that stands out not only for the functionalities related to navigation, as we will see shortly.

The news of the Vivaldi browser: menus and a game from the 80s

The possibility of customize context menus in order to make access to the most frequently used actions more quickly: the individual items can be added, deleted and ordered at will in order to best reflect the needs of each one.

Then there is the Periodic Reload parameter to be set for each single open tab as shown in the video below: by selecting intervals such as 1, 2, 5, 10 and 30 minutes, it is established that that tab and the its contents will be reloaded with a precise frequency. Alternatively, you can disable the operation.

document.createElement ('video'); As anticipated at the beginning, the changelog also contains something not strictly related to navigation: an 80s-style game named Vivaldia, an arcade with two-dimensional scrolling and cyberpunk atmospheres. To access it, simply type vivaldi: // game in the address bar. A pastime similar and equivalent to what the T-Rex Game on Google Chrome and Surfing on Microsoft Edge are.

Other new features of Vivaldi 3.4 concern the capture of screenshots that can now be transformed directly into notes and the selection of a custom avatar for unauthenticated profiles.

Source: Vivaldi

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