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XQuery and Java developer at the moment, working at BaseX, an open source XML database and XQuery processor.


Nov
9
comment OpenSearch in Firefox
@minopret Your comment is not really helpful, as you don't explain how this should be doable using such a product. I don't think it is, because it is not a simply keybinding issue. Also, this software seems to be Windows-specific and I use Linux.
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Nov
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comment OpenSearch in Firefox
Unfortunately, all of this is not really solving my issue. My point is that I'd like to press tab to search the specific site. For example when using Chrome i simply type in i+<tab> to search imdb. Even when adding imdb to FF I have to type "imdb <search term>". Right now, I am using DuckDuckGo as my default search engine and by using the provided bang syntax search site-specific (most keywords are rather short, e.g. !w for wikipedia)
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Oct
15
comment OpenSearch in Firefox
@manatwork Yes. Sorry, I didn't know the term up to now.
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asked OpenSearch in Firefox
Jul
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answered Show no top panel for Chromium using Gnome 3
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Nov
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answered Command line tool to query HTML elements (linux)