Vivaldi is compatible with most of Chrome's extensions.
These can be installed directly from the Chrome Web Store.
To see which extensions are installed/enabled, type
vivaldi://extensions in the address bar.
See also Wikipedia:Google Chrome Extension.
To enable proprietary media (H264, AAC, etc.) playback support:
- install or AUR
- start Vivaldi fresh (after update or fresh install), close Vivaldi and restart again
- use the AUR
Making flags persistent
vivaldi-stable.conffile usage is specific to the Arch Linux package.
You can put your flags in a
vivaldi-stable.conf file under
$HOME/.config/ (or under
$XDG_CONFIG_HOME if you have configured that environment variable).
No special syntax is used; flags are defined as if they were written in a terminal.
- The arguments are split on whitespace and shell quoting rules apply, but no further parsing is performed.
- Flags can be placed in separate lines for readability, but this is not required.
Below is an example
vivaldi-stable.conf file that disables hardware media keys for the browser:
Vivaldi has modding capabilities through its
The file can be found at:
Another way to find the
browser.html path is through the Executable Path section at
Tips and Tricks
Transfer your profile to snapshot version
If you switched to snapshot version because of lacking features of stable version, you want to also use your user profile. Copy the
Google search suggestions
Vivaldi cannot be shipped with enabled suggestions for google search. The user must manually add the suggestion url https://www.google.com/complete/search?client=chrome&q=%s in search settings.