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It says that XKCD used an extension to accomplish this on a webpage by using a extension that seems to deal with "regex".

What extension can replace words on a webpage with a word you specify?

the Perl (as people believe it is) script that is related to this is specified as "s/keyboard/leopard/"


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I'd love to see one that's just a web portal and the substitutions can be passed in as URL params — think Google Translate. Know of anything like that? – fatuhoku Sep 27 '14 at 19:41

This one works fairly well: s/keyboard/leopard. It just needs to be adjusted for Google results.

Wikipedia page for Computer keyboard

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i found this one for firefox. but still haven't found viable solution for chrome. – Andrew Davis Mar 23 '12 at 21:54
This other extension based of XKCD #1288 shows how easily it can be done: – Kaivo Anastetiks Sep 9 '14 at 1:06

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