Redesigned user interface and added statistics

Published on June 3, 2019 by

Update 6/7/2019: We added a full-screen view (click on the new button next to “Back to result”) as well as a new search bar when clicking on a search result. If you don’t see it, make sure to refresh the website (CTRL + F5) as your browser may have cached the old version.

Original 6/3/2019: We just updated the user interface! The list of results was redesigned to focus more on the content of search results:

Below is a screenshot of the new statistics window. You can open it by clicking on the statistic button on the top left (next to “Found X results”).

For comparison, this is the old interface:

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