- por FaeGiN, el hace 10 mesesSe valoró con 5 de 5What an absolute genius of an addon this thing is!! It has so much utility and power that I dont think I have even scratched the surface on what it can do, and yet I have spent a long time adding engines and bringing everything I use often right to my fingers with a one or two click tasks! It is very easy to do but does require a little time spent initially, if you really want to use it to its potential. I can select text anywhere and then choose to send it by search to...imdb, tpb, kat, nfodb, rutracker...and that is simply for one type of file name, that of a movie. I did list them all of course but I also could send it to numerous review sites, subtitles downloading sites. The scope is HUGE!!
I also love the additional little feature - which I have always said SHOULD BE THE Default behavior, or at least an option, and that is to COPY ON SELECT of any text. Just like IRC and it truly makes this addon brilliant alone! The whole host of other features are too much to write about or I will be here all day. Please install this and do yourself a huge favour!
- por ws2, el hace un añoSe valoró con 5 de 5Super addon! Replaces several others.
Very good for quick research.
Super Erweiterung! Ersetzt mehrere andere (z.B. Duden usw.).
Sehr gut für die schnelle Recherche
- por Usuario de Firefox 16255010, el hace un añoSe valoró con 5 de 5Great! Particularly the customization options.
There's even a way to change the order of the search engines, and the search content can be edited. Great, an absolute must have!
The only problem is the right click-left click options. Sometimes it all opens in an open new tab and sometimes in a background new tab, regardless of the fact that I put "open in new tab" on left click and "open in background tab" on right click.
That seems to happen only for imported search engines, like the English versions of Yandex and Yandex Images, imported from my browser.
How to add Google Images/Image Google though? Can't figure that out.
PS: I managed to do it indirectly by installing the first "Damian" plugin from:
And then by importing my browser's search engines (the ones in the Search Bar), and deleting the surplus engines added. But there must be a more direct way?
I imported Dictionary.com and Thesaurus.com the same way: https://mycroftproject.com/dlstats.html