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Additionally, you can find modified latin letters with their simple versions. For example, "Frédéric" can be found by the input "frederic".
Or, if you want and you switch the find mode, you can do regular expression search for web contents.
XUL/Migemo is available on:
* Find in this page (FIrefox)
* Smart Location Bar (Firefox)
* Search boxes of History and Bookmarks (Firefox)
* Find in this message (Thunderbird)
* Quick Find feature in the thread pane (Thunderbird)
This project is inspired from "Migemo" project ( http://0xcc.net/migemo/ ), which provides same feature for Emacs and other applications.
* For other languages...
I NEED HELP BY CJK DEVELOPERS. To implement Chinese and Korean engines, I want help. This will help CJK users powerfully because we need to use IMEs to input find terms in our languages. This possibly make IMEs needless to find terms in webpages.
This extension is designed to use custom engines for multiple languages. If you implement new engines, XUL/Migemo can provide advanced - dictionary-assisted and rapid - infremental search for other languages. But now, only two engines -Japanese and English- are available because I'm Japanese. If you've developed a new engine for another language, please contact me.
Documents for developers:
- Never match to un-normalized patterns of modified latin characters. For example,
t-can appear in input text as an alternative of modified
ŧ, but it seems not to appear in webpages. So now
t-and similar patterns are not matched to regular input like
- Works correctly for webpages contains textarea and other input fields. (regression)
- Migemo search in the bookmarks sidebar, the history sidebar, and the places organizer works correctly. (regression)
- Firefox unexpectedly hanged in some pages.
- Backward search works correctly with subframes.
- Works correctly with pages including very long text node which includes the finding term multiple times.
- Apply "no match" appearance immediately when there is no match.
- The initialization wizard never appear multiple times for new windows opened on the initial session.