Note that you can do this right now (with a little finagling) with Opera:
- Open Super Search and start your search to get the first page of results.
- Right click anywhere on the page and select the menu option "Create linked window". (I'm not sure what the exact wording is, since I haven't used Opera in a while.) This will create a new window which will receive the results of anything you do in the current window.
- Hit the Next button on your search. The next page of results will appear in your newly created "linked" window, instead of replacing the page in your current window.
- Go to step 2 to create a window linked to your second page of results, which will display the third page, etc.
Of course, you'll end up having N number of windows open, each with one section of the results. On the other hand, you can do it right now, before it actually gets implemented on the site.
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