Please port to SeaMonkey2.0 Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Just rating the (nice) idea for now. Please port it to SeaMonkey2.0,^m'e
[2011-08-11] Edit: I actually was able to use scroogle via a .src (pseudo) plug-in I wrote and pointing 'browser.search.defaulturl' to it, until I updated to SeaMonkey 2.2... and it doesn't work any more :-( AFAIK SM-2.2 now uses the same FF's search engine configuration mechanism, indeed installing/configuration now works. Though searching from the address bar seems broken -- I got the error "Sorry, but right now this server cannot connect to Google.", which is weird 'cause searching from Scroogle's SSL web form works. CGI parameter problem?
Re: Please port to SeaMonkey2.0
This was already suggested and I tried porting it to SeaMokey... without success. The documentation to make Firefox search extensions is terrible, the documentation to make SeaMonkey search extensions is simply non-existent. I'm very sorry I just don't know how to make this compatible with SeaMonkey. And the worse part about it, is that as far as I know the search plug-in system is supposed to be a standard, compatible between browsers. Did you try forcing the installation on SeaMonkey, by the way?