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=Installing Vivaldi=
 
=Installing Vivaldi=
  
Vivaldi and it's related packages are available from the [[Arch_User_Repository|AUR]].
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Vivaldi is available from the manjaro repo.
  
 
To install the base Vivaldi you can use the command:
 
To install the base Vivaldi you can use the command:
  pamac build vivaldi
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That package will take a very long time build because it is compiled from source.  If you would prefer a prepackaged binary, the package {{ic|vivaldi-codecs-ffmpeg-extra-bin}} is also available.  It can be installed with:
 
That package will take a very long time build because it is compiled from source.  If you would prefer a prepackaged binary, the package {{ic|vivaldi-codecs-ffmpeg-extra-bin}} is also available.  It can be installed with:
 
  pamac build vivaldi-codecs-ffmpeg-extra-bin
 
  pamac build vivaldi-codecs-ffmpeg-extra-bin
 
  
 
=Tips and Tricks=
 
=Tips and Tricks=

Revision as of 08:23, 15 November 2020


Overview

Vivaldi is a chromium based browser which focuses on providing the ability to customize the browser to meet the end-users needs.


Installing Vivaldi

Vivaldi is available from the manjaro repo.

To install the base Vivaldi you can use the command:

pamac install vivaldi


If you want to view DRM protected video content you will also need the proprietary widevine codec. This can be installed with

pamac build vivaldi-widevine





note: If you also have Google Chrome package installed you can use the widevine plugin bundled with Chrome instead


Lastly, if you want to be able to play common media formats you will need the codecs. There are two options for installing the codecs.

You can install the package vivaldi-ffmpeg-codecs with the command

pamac build vivaldi-ffmpeg-codecs

That package will take a very long time build because it is compiled from source. If you would prefer a prepackaged binary, the package vivaldi-codecs-ffmpeg-extra-bin is also available. It can be installed with:

pamac build vivaldi-codecs-ffmpeg-extra-bin

Tips and Tricks

Access Additional Settings

Vivaldi has a settings menu which offers extensive customization ability. However, not all things supported by Chromium are accessible via the menu. To access the underlying Chromium settings, put this in the address bar:

chrome://settings


Using the Native File Dialogs on KDE/plasma

By default, Vivaldi will use the GTK file dialogs. If you are using plasma and would prefer native dialogs, you can install the package kdialog using your favorite package manager or with the command:

pamac install kdialog