Vivaldi 1.14 not only celebrates the project's third anniversary, but it becomes world's first web browser to introduce a vertical reader mode, which will benefit users of Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Japanese, and Korean languages. They can use the new vertical mode to more comfortably view and read texts in their languages in a distraction-free reader mode. Apart from the new vertical reader mode, Vivalvi 1.14 introduces Markdown support for the Notes note-taking feature, allowing users to add markdown formatting like bolding, headers, and bulleted lists to their notes, as well as to preview simple HTML code. Moreover, there's now support for reorganizing and customizing the position of the Web Panels in browser's sidebar.
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