@bradenslen No problem, Brad. It occurred to me after I asked that it's not really your job to research browsers for me. Ha ha. Often Thai is not included in translators, as Thailand is the only country in the world that uses that language. At one time I was using that browser. I can't remember why I stopped. Do you still use it and like it? I may try it out again as they have continued to upgrade it since I used it. Keep up the good work.
@bradenslen Update. I found some promotion about this translator. At one point they list the languages and Thai is one of them and to the right of "Thai" is a green button that says Details. Click on the button and nothing happens. Hmmm. Is that a good sign? There sure is a LOT of promo about this browser!!
@Ron I'm glad you found the translator info. One thing I did like about Vivaldi's translator is that they are hosting the translation software on Vivaldi's own servers in Iceland. That's a nice detail that relates to individual privacy since Iceland has very strict data privacy laws.
Vivaldi is getting a lot of press coverage with this update and I can understand why with a list of new features this long. Each feature, gives the user a means to move away from Big Tech services that report your every move, if you want to use them. It's nice to have the option. Plus Vivaldi is free, although I'd pay a reasonable fee for it because I like it that much.
@bradenslen I think I will try Vivaldi again, for the reasons you give. But I am also gonna be moving more to paper notebooks for privacy, simplicity & sanity. I can do without a lot of this chaos in our culture these days. My communications with the outside world may soon be using mostly Morse code with other hams. No cyber criminal can mess with that. 📻