until then i use yubnub directly as a search engine plugin http://mycroft.mozdev.org/search-engines.html?name=yubnub&opensearch=yes]]>
Doesn’t work with FF 3.5. They gave more functionality to te address bar.]]>
@ycc2106, I am not familiar with acid search but from what I can tell I believe you are referring to auto-complete? Like when you start typing a domain? I have tried to hook that into FF’s auto-complete but need to play with more. Seems it doesn’t mind auto-completing domains but doesn’t like our YN commands… thanks for the suggestion!]]>
Search as you type would be my dream (like acid search for yubnub commands)
Any thoughts of going in that direction?
Flock is not officially supported but you can try this::
Good luck and thanks for your question]]>
Is there a version of RubNub that works for Flock? I am looking for a work around that allows me to use YubNub on my address bar, so far changing the about:config to http://yubnub.org/parser/parse?command= is not changing google. I was hoping this plugin would be the answer. Any ideas would be great.
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i have to admit that the conflict was caused by ff-add-on:
- tab mix plus 0.3.7.3 …what a pitty, cause I use it a lot
there’s no conflict with “show keywords 3″..which I first thought, because I although disabled this one for testing.]]>
fixed the problem..
it was just conflict with another ff-add-ons:
show keywords 3
which I deinstalled right now.
finally get rid of the search field :-))
Just installed it.. but seems not to work with
User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X 10.5; en-US; rv:126.96.36.199) Gecko/2009011912 Firefox/3.0.6
Am I doing something wrong? Just to make sure.. works like Yubnub in search field beside the location field, right?
How about an update for 3.0.6 please?
Thanks a lot.
Keep up the good work!]]>
great tool, indeed. However, it has a big drawback - always has to ask a server what does a command mean. Even for google search! It would be great, if it had the option to store some commands on the users computer - probably only the most common used, if there’s too much of them. The extension would then first check in the local index and afterwards it would check on the server.
Similar functionality is vailable right now, using aliases. However, aliasing every command you want stored locally is quite discouraging…