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Ben Basson

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Pourquoi le module Context Search a-t-il été créé ?

Context Search came about as an alternative to Ben Goodger's SmartSearch. I liked the idea of being able to choose a search engine at the point of searching (being restricted to the default seemed a bit limited), but I didn't want to use the search keywords system when there was a perfectly good search engine selection in the top right hand corner.

I mimicked the menu structure and with minimal effort I was able to get the result I wanted, a handy time saver that I use on every computer I work on.

Prochaine étape pour Context Search

There are a couple of enhancements that I would like to make to Context Search in the near future:

1) Localisation support - I've been trying to keep the extension slim and simple, but I will implement full localisation support in order to fix the weird ordering of words given out in some languages.

2) Add the "Manage Search Engines" link to the bottom of the menu (but only if the search bar in the top right is hidden). This will give people who discard the normal search bar an easy access point to the engine customisation window.

Please feel free to contact me regarding other ideas, and source code contributions are always welcome.

À propos du développeur

Information développeur
Nom Ben Basson
Pays London
Profession Lead Developer, Fivium
Page d'accueil http://www.basson.at/
Utilisateur depuis March 5, 2007
Nombre de modules développés 6 modules
Moyenne des notes des modules du développeur Noté 4 sur 5 étoiles

Qui est Ben Basson ?

Since 2004, I've been writing Firefox extensions as hobby projects to solve feature gaps or problems that I've had with the browser, and I hope to continue doing so in my spare time for the foreseeable future.

Professionally, I'm a Lead Developer working for Fivium in London, using Oracle SQL, PL/SQL, XML and web-tier technologies.