[TAG] Mozilla search plugin for LG
jimregan at o2.ie
Thu Nov 24 00:21:58 MSK 2005
Thomas Adam wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 21, 2005 at 08:10:40PM +0000, Jimmy O'Regan wrote:
>>jimregan/lg.src", "http://m-net.arbornet.org/~jimregan/lg.png", 'Linux
>>(Be warned that it may not work, and may even royally screw up your
> So much work, for such a large browser. :) For those of us that use
> Elinks as their browser, then here's something similar, using "Smart
> Prefixes". Essentially:
> Options Manager -> Protocols -> URI rewriting -> Smart Prefixes
> ... from there, one can "Add" a new prefix -- I called mine 'lg'. When
> that's done, scroll down to it, and "Edit" it, adding the following to
> ... the "%s" variable above expands to whatever search term was entered
> in. Then click on "Save", and voila. Now one can search LG, by either
> pressing 'g' or 't', and typing:
> lg: my search term
> More information can be found on my own Elinks site here:
So much work, for such a small browser :)
Mozilla &c. can do the same thing: bookmark the above URL, and add 'lg'
as the keyword. Searching is similar, but without the colon.
The point of the file I posted is that it adds the search to the little
search bar at the top of Firefox.
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