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rEaL-jAsE
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I just cannot stand using a web browser that does not support tab stacking (as seen in Vivaldi).

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  • 2
    I recently discovered Vivaldi and i love it, the Design and all this functionality
  • 1
    Firefox has that :^)
  • 1
    @Proximyst No, it doesn't.
  • 1
    @rEaL-jAsE Look at containers, they're the same thing
  • 1
    @Proximyst They're different. Very, very different. I was using them in the Pilot programme.
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    @rEaL-jAsE Oh, mind explaining tab stacking, then?
  • 1
    I've been thinking about a feature like that, but so far I've just grouped my tabs into dedicated windows. I think I will try out Vivaldi now!
  • 1
    Thank you for telling me about Vivaldi. It looks awesome *.*
  • 1
    tab stacking?
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    @Proximyst "Stacking" can be interpreted in different ways because there are different ways you can "stack" something. :)

    Which is why I also said, "as seen in Vivaldi."
  • 0
    @Lirenia You're welcome! Vivaldi is awesome. They just keep adding more and more useful features. I feel like Vivaldi takes me back to the early 2000's when apps like MSN Messenger existed, where you could create your own custom emojis and nudge your friends and all that cool stuff. Vivaldi really cares about what the users want in a browser

    AND even though they just keep adding cool new shit to it, it still doesn't have that bloated feeling that comes with basic browsers like Chrome. It's wonderful.
  • 0
    Vivaldi rocks!
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