Thanks for the great in-page search features!
I must say, there were very few things going on my nerves in the old Opera (12-). One of them was less-than-perfect in-page search, where you had to input the exact string of characters to search for. Vivaldi now has it more fuzzy-like, so if for example I search for 'citys', it will find both 'citys' and 'city's'. This might not seem like a big deal to the English speakers, but for all the others it's very convenient, since it also means that, if I look for a character like 'c', it will also find its alternatives, like 'ć' and 'č'. Very useful! There's of course still some space for improving the in-page search, but we should also give credit where credit is due Also, kudos for improving double-click on text. In Opera, certain interpunction (like apostrophe or dash) would break the selection. Now if I double-click on 'city's', it gets selected completely, including the 's suffix. These two minor tweaks make my browser usage more convenient tenfold.
There's of course still some space for improving the in-page search, but we should also give credit where credit is due
I doubt if Vivaldi deserve any kudos at all for this. It probably come free by using the Chrome rendering engine.
As far as I've seen, none of the other WebKit-based browsers (Chrome, Chromium, Opera, Midori) have this feature.