[Wolves] Midori. Feel the love

David Goodwin david at codepoets.co.uk
Sat Aug 1 21:31:13 UTC 2009

Clearly you do not listen to the ubuntu podcast...your great midori  
feature is also a ff feature - they mentioned it a few weeks ago....

 From David.....

On 1 Aug 2009, at 21:50, Peter Cannon <dick_turpin at archlinux.us> wrote:

> Hi All (popey this might interest you)
> If you haven't ditched the bloat'y crashing browser that is Firefox  
> for
> the lightening speed of Midori then here is yet another reason why you
> should at least have a look.
> Midori has a feature called Search Engine Management basically  you  
> add
> your favourite  search engines these can be all the usual ones like
> Google, Yahoo or Bling ;-) but here's the nice touch you can add any
> site or wiki that has a search capability so for example you can add
> Ubuntu or whatever you use, "What you blathering on about Pete" I here
> you ask, well here's the point.
> I added the Arch Linux Wiki as a search engine. you do this by putting
> in the URL and a Token the token is easy you can call it anything you
> like as I was using the arch wiki it seemed obvious to use aw. I then
> set the URL with the relevant search string:
> http://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php?ns0=1&search=
> Say I wanted to find out how to install Nvidia rather than typing
> www.arch blah blah blah all I type in the address bar is: aw nvidia  
> and
> hey presto it takes me to the Arch wiki and the relevant page, how  
> cool
> is that?
> I currently have
> g = Google
> wp = Wikipedia
> fd = The Free Dictionary
> aw = Arch Linux Wiki
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