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How to install Vivaldi 1.11 on Ubuntu – New Browser Icon

Vivaldi 1.11 recently released, comes with a host of new features, some of which includes a brand-new application icon and improved accessibility options. Before we proceed on how to install vivaldi browser on Ubuntu, lets take a quick look at other features offered in this release.

install Vivaldi 1.9 browser

Vivaldi 1.11 New Features

  • Reader mode configuration
  • Adjustable Mouse Gesture sensitivity
  • Offer easy way to disable GIF animations via setting
  • Optional Speed Dial buttons
  • Update Vivaldi application icon and Windows installer backgrounds

Vivaldi 1.11 Fixes

  • Accept text/plain as drag type for web panels
  • Back button drop-down does not appear on Speed Dial
  • Changing extension icon problem
  • Find in Page covers scrollbar
  • Have Popup in Tab off by default
  • Hidden control has focus in App Updater
  • Missing Windows 8 icons and tiles
  • Permissions are not asked for when a permission is used
  • Provide a way to unfocus a select field by keyboard
  • Sort typed history based on time, not length
  • Suppress autocompletion if typed matches domain or ends with a slash
  • The update notifier should check for updates when it’s launched
  • Unread tab indicator contrast adjustments
  • Vivaldi does not update search engines nor does it add new ones on previous installations

See changelog for full release details

How to install Vivaldi 1.11 Browser on Ubuntu 17.04, Ubuntu 16.10, Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 15.04, Ubuntu 14.04

For 32bit OS

sudo apt-get install gdebi
wget -O vivaldi-snapshot_i386.deb
sudo gdebi vivaldi-snapshot_i386.deb

For 64bit OS

sudo apt-get install gdebi
wget -O vivaldi-snapshot_amd64.deb
sudo gdebi vivaldi-snapshot_amd64.deb

How to uninstall Vivaldi from Ubuntu

sudo apt-get remove vivaldi

How to Install Vivaldi 1.11 on CentOS 7, RHEL

wget -O vivaldi-stable.x86_64.rpm
sudo rpm -i vivaldi-stable.x86_64.rpm

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