Very helpful. Don't know what I'd do without it. Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Please update this so that it is compatible with latest Firefox versions.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

INDISPENSABLE!! Almost never do I surf the net without using this at least a few times per session. I rely on it frequently for looking up info on Wikipedia, Amazon, IMDB, YouTube, and in various dictionaries. I would hate to ever have to go without this add-on. I'm giving it 4 stars instead of 5 though, because there are still a couple features that would improve it for me:
I'd like to be able to easily save all my sites for easy transfer to another computer (my laptop to my account in the family desktop), via some sort of cloud function or simple quick data file copy-paste, for instance.
I'd like the option to open multiple windows at once. For instance, when I look up a word, I'd like each of the three different dictionaries I've added to open simultaneously, instead of having to re-open the list and select each of them one at a time.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Love this add on for FF.. It has taken the place of the now no longer updated Termblaster. Please please please keep this updated for ever as i don't know what i would do without it!

One quick request.. When you do update it , could you possibly do so in a way in which all my sites have little site icons in the context menu? Not essential but would be nice.

Thank you very much ;)


Very Useful Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This add-on is very useful! It lets me easily look up words in dictionaries, look up addresses in Google Maps, and translate text, among other possibilities.

This add-on's functionality is similar to the DictionarySearch add-on, but with some extra features, such as the option to open the results in a new window rather than a tab. It also uses a subfolders in the context menu, whereas DictionarySearch puts everything at the top level of the menu, which can make it cluttered.

- If using the option to show results in a new window, any pipe symbols in the URL can cause a problem. So replace them by %7C.
For example, for Google Translate, use this URL:

- The selected text gets truncated, due to the add-on's use of the getBrowserSelection() function. Updating the code to instead use content.getSelection() avoids the text being truncated. I'm using Firefox 8, so I can't guarantee that function would work in earlier versions.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This was one of my favourite addons on previous versions of Firefox.

The last update was about 2 years ago and I doubt the author will update it. I started working on a Firefox 4 version instead, with a few optimizations.

It works fine with FF4 right now, however I have started work on making it use some of the new features.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Would be even better if it worked with FF4.0...

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This is what I have been wanting for such a long time! I looked longingly at the "search for... with Google" context menu item wishing that there were other options, and now there are. I totally love this extension! I don't know how I managed without it. My wish list for this extension is if you could possibly make a way that you could backup or export the saved searches so that they can easily be retrieved when setting up a new profile etc. And if there could be a way to automatically add new search strings without having to copy and paste (perhaps a right click "add to Advanced URL Builder" would save a bit of time. And some icons would be fab! One of my most favourite extensions! Thank you

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I am in love with this add-on! It's like a Jesus add-on in that it performs miracles! lol

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This add-on is like a Quad Damage power-up for Firefox. :D It is the first add-on you should install, and the first reason for installing Firefox.

You can highlight an e-mail address and start your default e-mail program with the address already entered by using the URL extension "mailto:". That's it; that's all. While firing up an email it will also try to open a tab in Firefox with the address in the URL bar. Perhaps we need a fifth, "Do nothing" option in the Misc Open URL settings...

Excellent Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Has replaced numerous other add-ons. I use it for everything from Wiki or IMDB lookups to getting directions from google maps. Have used it for ages and wouldn't replace it

Thank you! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

James you have no idea how much this add-on is going to help make my job faster! A process of 10 steps will now be dwindled down to 4. We owe ya buddy!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Love it. Saves me so much time. I constantly am using third party web sites looking things up either by text string or some kind of identifier, often plus other delimiters. If I am reading a scientific paper and I see something that looks like a gene name that I am not familiar with, I can highlight the name and with a click find the NCBI's Entrez Gene page for the human, mouse and rat versions of the gene. And about 30 other things... Many thanks and much appreciated.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Great extension. Any way to open two URLs simultaneously, e.g. google search and wikipedia?

Very handy and underrecognized! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This has to be among the most under-recognized add-ons out there. Fantastic time- and click-saver, so much so that after some easy set-up you'll likely search a lot more -- with the CONTROL you want as well.

For example, here's one of my several entries, which automatically searches (with the right-click context menu) for any highlighted text in Avax:

You can perform actions besides search as well. This sends any selected URL to Google Translate with "detect language" to English:

I used to do the same thing in IE with IE7Pro. Very happy this add-on provides the capability to FF.

Needs to be fully automated Rated 4 out of 5 stars

I like this a lot for things I use frequently (e.g. Google Search) since it is independent of what happen to be selected in my Firefox Search Engine (if not already selected there then it is 4 clicks away from the time I realize I have to change it).

However, as it is now it opens a new tab - in this example Google search - and nicely fills in whatever I had highlighted. However, I still have to click to actually conduct the search (I'm using FF 3.6.3).
Is there any way for you to include that step? (i.e. that's what I get when connecting to the IMDB database using

Problem with url?

Hi, this sounds like a problem with the URL you have specified. For Google the URL should be something like:
That works fine for me.
Please email me if this does not work.

Not quite what I need. Rated 2 out of 5 stars

This would be exactly what I wanted if I could get it to work with the US Google maps that has satellite images instead of the UK version.

Edit the URL

The URL for google maps that comes pre-build with the extension is for, which is why you are getting UK results. Just go to options and edit the URL to be .com, that should solve your problem.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Excellent add-on --- I've been looking for something like for some time to complement the searchbastard toolbar. Many thanks

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Great extension! Is is possible to (significantly) increase the accepted length of the search string? I often want to send a paragraph (or 2) to Google Translate, and it appears that the selected amount is being truncated by the code of the extension.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

If your like me after creating a list of favorite searches & you'll seldom use any other method. Highlight text, right click select Google/Google images/Wikipedia/...

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Hi James,
Great addon! The only thing I miss are favicons. Would it be possible to add these?