- Ocena: 5/5Autor: Sans Undertale, rok temuThis really should be a default feature in the Desktop browser, especially since this is how Search Engines are added in the Android version, but whatever.
- Ocena: 4/5Autor: QDinar, 2 lata temui made today tool for www.rlsnet.ru and it does not work because encoding is incorrect
- Ocena: 5/5Autor: DestructiveBurn, 2 lata temuI really love this, should've just been built in but now I can use https://searchthat.net/search.html?q=%s without problems. Thanks.
- Ocena: 4/5Autor: Jeff NME, 2 lata temuThis works quite well, once you work out the proper URL of the website's search box. It seems the way it works is to copy a sample search return URL (eg: for eBay Australia, https://www.ebay.com.au/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2334524.m570.l1313&_nkw=[EXAMPLE] ) and substitute [EXAMPLE] with the "%s" from the instructions
- Ocena: 4/5Autor: lolzilla, 2 lata temuMust have, really useful. But for some reason I can't add Bing, the magnifying-glass with the PLUS sign "add Bing" option just wont appear. Haven't had issues with any other search engine though. I'm using Firefox ESR.
- Ocena: 5/5Autor: Twinkie, 2 lata temuThis is an elegant add-on that does what it should, with a minimum of clutter.
I'd like to submit a feature request (at the risk of adding clutter...). Currently, when a search string contains multiple words, the add on substitutes plus signs for the spaces between search terms. This works for most sites, but some require space characters (or %20) instead. It would be great to have an advanced option to choose which of these, or a custom character, is included in the string, on a per-site basis.
Thanks for a great add-on!