@matt-schumacher Use Shift+Enter to open the search results in a new tab. Ctrl+Enter will open the results in a new background tab, but it will also open an extra start page (a known bug).
You can also go to Settings, Search, and enable Always Search in New Tab.
@Pesala said in Google Search looks weird:
@RasheedHolland Perhaps you changed some setting on Google. My search results page for Beyonce looks like this at the top.
What the hell, looks like you're right. Google is in the process of changing its look, and it looks like crap! I hope I can somehow continue to use the old version, otherwise it's by-bye Google. I can't believe how many idiots are employed at companies like Facebook, Google and Twitter.
I vaguely remember there was a setting hidden somewhere in Cromium/Chrome (flags?) where the user could change this default file type selection.
I wonder if anyone knows this or I'm confusing it with something else?
@morrigan Thank you for reaching and sorry for the trouble.
What is your Mac/Linux/Windows version and build?
What is your Vivaldi version? (via Vivaldi menu
Help → About and first line)
Which extensions do you have installed? (via page chrome://system, row extensions and button Show...)
Which security software do you have running (Firewall, antivirus, malwarekiller, etc)
Which URL causes this issue?
Again thank you for using Vivaldi.
@ezmjz What rendering engine would you prefer?
Blink was chosen after weeks of internal debate at Vivaldi concerning the engines available at the time. Gecko and WebKit, at least, were also discussed. Presto was not available for discussion, I don't think Trident or Servo (still experimental) were in the mix, QT Webengine was dead at the time, and EdgeHTML would not have been available. But certainly, every browser needs a rendering engine. And writing one from scratch was out of the question.
@Mr-Schell said in My Vivaldi make websites speaking German...:
French Activated 1st
German desactivated 2nd
English Activate 3rd
Sounds like you're looking at the list of spell check languages. Click the arrow next Language and check the list that appears:
@siamak5561 said in Image loading:
@Pathduck I just disable the flag but not working, pictures still lazy loading.
lazy loading is website related or its a feature by vivaldi?
It's a website feature. It is usually controlled by the website and not the browser.
It would really help if you post a URL that gives you trouble so others can check it, like I asked above.
Did you read the article I posted above?
Here is some more reading for you to understand how it works:
You don't need to read the whole articles and example code, just read the first paragraphs to get the idea
@carlinhos700 Please be so kind to use English for the description in this global part of the forum. However there are local forums available as well and you might be able to address your question more direct.