Reply to post: Non optional?

Vivaldi opens up an exciting new front in the browser wars, seeks to get around blocking with cunning code

Steve Graham

Non optional?

If I understand correctly, Vivaldi will ALWAYS spoof as Chrome from now on? What if I don't want it to?

(I've been using Vivaldi as my main browser for almost 2 years now, and I've never had a website complain about it.)

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