This extension is great and a timesaver, but I'm experiencing a really annoying trouble with the Wikipedia search: it searches for "%22whatever%22", which obviouslly doesn't get you to the desired entry, but to the Search Results page.
Don't know if it just affects to my country locale (I'm Spanish)
Great job. What I miss at Encyclopedias section is non-English Wikipedias. It would be very nice to see all 100 000+ versions. (I, myself, need Russian, German, French, Spanish, Arabic ones. But other may need Polish, Japanese, Chinese etc. as well.)
The most impressive search/research tool/ext'n for Ff I've seen to date. Thanks for putting this together David! Very nice piece of work, but your missing one of the best search engines around called Clusty (http://clusty.com (the URL is correct_not a typo)). When it comes to research, the clustering nature of Clusty makes it an outstanding tool. Please incorporate this engine into your termBlaster extension. Clusty offers several search categories similar to others. A must have search engine! Amazing search results structure. The engine was originally designed for corporate research. There are plugins available for browsers separately as well if you only want to add to your existing arsenal (http://clusty.com/search?v%3aproject=clusty-toolbar&page=download&).