The major change in the Vivaldi 2.10 release is about the web browser changing its UA (User Agent) string, which would identify it as a supported Chromium web browser on numerous websites where Vivaldi was not supported before, such as Google Docs or Netflix, because it was blocked by the competition. Vivaldi 2.10 also introduces new customization options to let users change Vivaldi's theme to match the one of the host operating system, be it either Light or Dark theme. To take advantage of this new feature and make Vivaldi follow the default system theme, users will need to go to Settings Themes Scheduled Themes Use Operating System Theme.
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