Changes to Google's search layout

Google search results page formatting just changed on me right now!

And I totally don't like it. They've killed off browser caching so that I can't go back a page any longer. :(
"There's no huge amount of massive material
hidden in the rings that we can't see,
the rings are almost pure ice."

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  • Huh, restarting Firefox has fixed it. How weird. Never seen that happen before.
    "There's no huge amount of massive material
    hidden in the rings that we can't see,
    the rings are almost pure ice."
  • Google was definitely sending a different layout at me.
    "There's no huge amount of massive material
    hidden in the rings that we can't see,
    the rings are almost pure ice."
  • evanhevanh Posts: 6,964
    edited 2019-01-26 - 08:44:30
    Hmm, it's no longer using the page width as much as it used to.
    1280 x 1171 - 361K
    "There's no huge amount of massive material
    hidden in the rings that we can't see,
    the rings are almost pure ice."
  • It was doing that to confuse you. Did it work?
  • :P
    "There's no huge amount of massive material
    hidden in the rings that we can't see,
    the rings are almost pure ice."
  • Welcome to A/B testing!
    San Mateo, CA
  • TorTor Posts: 1,972
    I installed a dashcam in my car.. maybe I'll need one for my PC as well, the way things changes and disappear and can't be found again.
    :)
  • For what it's worth I do searches by right-clicking and Open In New Tab. I prefer to select multiple times from my original search results
    Larry

    If the grass is greener on the other side...it's time to water your lawn.
  • Larry,
    Open in new tab is way cool, for sure. Middle mouse button is short-cut for that. I live by it when googling, shopping, even here on the forums. One click on each item of interest and the whole selection job is done in one go. :)
    "There's no huge amount of massive material
    hidden in the rings that we can't see,
    the rings are almost pure ice."
  • evanh wrote: »
    Larry,
    Open in new tab is way cool, for sure. Middle mouse button is short-cut for that. I live by it when googling, shopping, even here on the forums. One click on each item of interest and the whole selection job is done in one go. :)

    that one is nice, didn't used that before,

    thanks

    Mike
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  • evanh wrote: »
    Larry,
    Open in new tab is way cool, for sure. Middle mouse button is short-cut for that. I live by it when googling, shopping, even here on the forums. One click on each item of interest and the whole selection job is done in one go. :)

    Just tried it. Thanks! :smile:
    Larry

    If the grass is greener on the other side...it's time to water your lawn.
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