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I'm using Vimperator with firefox, and I find i always type the same URL, for example I type " http://gigapedia.info/1/@title C++ " to search a ebook with "C++" include in title, How can i just type "C++" and can get the complete URL?

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It's not clear what you want. What does this have to do with Vimperator? Also, when I go to gigapedia.info/1/@title%20c++, it gives me 'nothing found'. – fretje Mar 25 '10 at 10:57

I'm also not sure what you want. However this may be helpful:

  • Create a bookmark.
  • The location should be something like http://gigapedia.info/google?cx=partner-pub-0811008802470909:3vu8gy-n059&cof=FORID:10&ie=UTF-8&q=c%s&sa=Search&siteurl=gigapedia.info/ The %s will be replaced by what you type after the keyword.
  • Set the keyword to something like g

You can now search via FireFox's location bar by typing: g c++

It'll then take you to: http://gigapedia.info/google?cx=partner-pub-0811008802470909:3vu8gy-n059&cof=FORID:10&ie=UTF-8&q=c%2B%2B&sa=Search&siteurl=gigapedia.info/

You can do this for any URL that takes a param.

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Have a look at the Quix bookmarklet, a command line-like interface for your browser, for which you can write your own commands.

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