New Update You may soon translate text bits in Vivaldi Browser


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Vivaldi Technologies introduced translate functionality in Vivaldi 4.0, released in June 2021. Soon, Vivaldi users will be able to translate selected text on any webpage they visit.

Vivaldi's translate feature does not rely on Google Translate, Bing Translate or other major translation services, but on a self-hosted instance of Lingvanex to make sure that user privacy is preserved while using the browser's translation feature.

The page translation feature is available already, and Vivaldi may offer to translate non-system language pages automatically on visit. You get the usual options to set up languages so that they are translated automatically.

Vivaldi does not support selection-based translating up until now; this changes in the next stable version of the Vivaldi browser, as the translation of selections becomes available in that version.
The translation feature works similarly to that in other browsers. Select text on a webpage, right-click on the selection and pick translate selection from the menu.

Vivaldi opens an overlay on the page that displays the selection in the detected language and translated to the system language.

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Nice, how many other languages? and what are other languages?

edit: i tried two website (non english) it looks good, when i go to twitter then find someone who write in non english so it doesn't show up and it doesnt show up in twitter home :/
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