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|User since||March 30, 2009|
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I really like the porting of this concept, it's worked great since I updated to FF4, but with FF7, the context menu never gets altered when the search engine changes. For example, if I highlight <text> on a webpage then right click, there's a context menu entry "Search Google for <text>" even when I have Yahoo (or any other choice) as my current search engine. It should change to "Search <current selected search engine> for <text>".
I've switched to OmniBar 0.7.10, and the functionality is restored. Let me know if a list of my other add-ons would be of use.
Look at the update date: 2006-10-24. The exact release date of FF2. Has a lot of Firefox changed since release 2.0?
Considering that we're at 3.0.11, I'd argue that yes, a lot has changed.
Since it's not designed for FF3 explicitly, it breaks FF3's PDF handling abilities, hogs resources, and is in general a bad plug-in.
If you're running FF3, the 'add to Firefox' button should say 'for an older version of Firefox'... So, read the description, and AVOID IT!