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  1. 27159_80x80
    The solutor Traducteur en italien ayant un droit de relecture total (incluant ses propres traductions)

    After looking carefully that section I think that, as is, is practically useless for a person who never used Opera (and even for many who used it and never understood what the FF function was :) )

    Put yourself in the shoes of an user who never heard about that function:("..pages that support the FF function...", what pages supports it O_o?)

    The screenshots aren't helping either (ok, now I know where's the button, but then what happens?)

    Better to show the footer section of a forum where [1]2]3]4]...
    or the equivalent section of a news page

  2. If I were 100% honest, I would simply write:
    "You don't have the slightest clue what fast forward could be on a webpage? Really?
    If you see it highlighted, click it!
    If you then still didn't understand what it did:
    Are you sure that Vivaldi is the right browser for you? You know, it is for Geeks and Power Users with capital P, it might be a bit much for you ..."

    I think users who don't go with the masses and install Vivaldi are not stupid, so IMHO we really do not need to overdo explanations.

    The answer about which pages support it:
    More or less only those that use rel="next". Pagination without a rel="next" does not work in Vivaldi right now unless a very limited amount of English keywords is detected. Paginated pages works way better with my restore space bar userscript.
    We shouldn't go into too much detail right now, simply because it is still - let me think about a word I can use, ah! Got one: limited.

  3. 27159_80x80
    The solutor Traducteur en italien ayant un droit de relecture total (incluant ses propres traductions)

    There isn't matter of overdoing explanation.

    Here there isn't any explanation, at all.

    If the scope of Vivaldi tips isn't explaining the "exotic" functions what is its scope?

    Just write "try to push that button and try to figure by yourself what does", then.

  4. What is the problem?

    Fast Forward brings you to the next page ... (<- this is the information)

    We could modify the text from the old Opera help:
    "Fast forward analyzes the page and goes to the most likely next page."

    Which is not really true, because it is no real analysis, but simply looking for a rel="next" and about 10 mostly English keywords.

    This is the (annotated) old Opera Help text for it:

    • Analyze page and go to the most likely next page.
    • Follows link rel="next" in page header. (<- Vivaldi does that) Follows link in page with text "Next page" or similar. (<- Vivaldi does that partially, the "or similar" part does not work in languages other than English and even there it is flaky. That is one of the reasons why I would not use a screenshot of e.g. a numbered pagination, simply because in most cases it does not work)
    • Starts slideshow if page contains links to multiple images. (<- Nope, not there)
    • If you have saved login details for the site with Password Manager, logs you in automatically. (<- Can't test because I don't store my passwords ever, but after looking into the code I believe it doesn't work anyway)
  5. Guys, thank you for detailed explanations but I think the explanation is enough to describe the function. We'll keep it from now.

  6. 27159_80x80
    The solutor Traducteur en italien ayant un droit de relecture total (incluant ses propres traductions)

    The explanation is enough only for people who already knows what it does.

    Just test by yourself. Ask to a random person to read it and see if he/she gets the point.

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  1. "Opera " should correct.

  2. Ner org. translate should be as follow;

    "With the Fast Forward button, Vivaldi lets you quickly go the next page in everything from a Google Search or to the next picture in a Facebook slide show."

  3. Google does not work for me - maybe the text should be "... brings you to the next page on all sites that support fast forward navigation."

    ... at least until they fix that.

  4. Actually this explanation was different but I d not know what happened. Let's change as your suggest.

    @Caglar Pls have a look.

  5. I have done necessary modifications.


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  1. With the Fast Forward button, Opera lets you quickly go the next page in everything from a Google Search to the next picture in a Facebook slide show.
    With the Fast Forward button, Opera lets you quickly go the next page in everything from a Google Search to the next picture in a Facebook slide show.

    With the Fast Forward button, Opera lets you quickly go the next page in everything from a Google Search to the next picture in a Facebook slide show.

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  2. With the Fast Forward button, Vivaldi lets you quickly go the next page in everything from a Google Search to the next picture in a Facebook slide show.
    With the Fast Forward button, Vivaldi lets you quickly go the next page in everything from a Google Search to the next picture in a Facebook slide show.

    With the Fast Forward button, Vivaldi lets you quickly go the next page in everything from a Google Search to the next picture in a Facebook slide show.

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  3. With the Fast Forward button, Vivaldi brings you to the next page on all sites that support fast forward navigation.
    With the Fast Forward button, Vivaldi brings you to the next page on all sites that support fast forward navigation.

    With the Fast Forward button, Vivaldi  brings you to the next page on all sites that support fast forward navigation.

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  4. With the Fast Forward button, Vivaldi brings you to the next page on all sites that support fast forward navigation.
    With the Fast Forward button, Vivaldi brings you to the next page on all sites that support fast forward navigation.

    With the Fast Forward button, Vivaldi brings you to the next page on all sites that support fast forward navigation.

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  5. With the <strong>Fast Forward</strong> button, Vivaldi brings you to the next page on all sites that support <strong>fast forward</strong> navigation.
    With the <strong>Fast Forward</strong> button, Vivaldi brings you to the next page on all sites that support <strong>fast forward</strong> navigation.

    With the <strong>Fast Forward</strong> button, Vivaldi brings you to the next page on all sites that support <strong>fast forward</strong> navigation.

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  6. With the <strong>Fast Forward</strong> button, Vivaldi brings you to the next page on all sites that support <strong>fast forward</strong> navigation.
    With the <strong>Fast Forward</strong> button, Vivaldi brings you to the next page on all sites that support <strong>fast forward</strong> navigation.

    With the <strong>Fast Forward</strong> button, Vivaldi brings you to the next page on all sites that support <strong>fast forward</strong> navigation.

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