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  • Doesnt search anything so its useless
    You have to add the search engines manually. Please refer to the FAQ: https://github.com/NumeriusNegidius/Context-Search/wiki.
  • Works perfectly with Firefox 57.01 on Ubuntu 14.04.
    Just think of doing the little manipulation before: Create the "Searches" folder in the bookmarks and assign the keywords to the search engines.
    I am very happy. Thank you.

    Fonctionne parfaitement avec Firefox 57.01 sur Ubuntu 14.04.
    Il faut juste penser à faire la petite manipulation auparavant : Créer le dossier "Searches" dans les marque-pages et attribuer les mots-clés aux moteurs de recherche.
    Merci beaucoup.
    Thanks!
  • Just do its work! Very satisfied with.
    Thanks!
  • Ne fonctionne pas. FF57.0.1 linux
    Rechercher: example of words.....no motor choice
    You have to add the search engines manually. Please refer to the FAQ: https://github.com/NumeriusNegidius/Context-Search/wiki.
  • Enfin. Excellent. Et merci.
  • Great! Without too much effort I've got back most of the functionality of the now dead – due to Quantum's limited API – add-on that used to do this. In the end I think this bookmark method is actually easier than having to add to the installed search engines, which is one aspect of Firefox that Mozilla seem to have made unnecessarily complicated in recent years.

    The only thing I would suggest is rather than adding a new 'search' item to the context menu, usurp the existing one so there aren't two. Would that be possible?
    Thanks! That is unfortunately not possible currently.
  • Takes a bit of work, but it works well after you do some configuration. Thank you!
    If I can post a couple examples for your Searches folder, the two that I use most often:

    https://www.startpage.com/do/dsearch?query=%s

    http://www.imdb.com/find?s=all&q=%s

    The %s is the wildcard that is replaced with whatever you have selected on the page you are searching.

    Many searches are available this way.
  • It works. Thank you^-^
  • A bit awkward to use, but this is not the developer's fault. In an ideal world, it would directly use the already defined search engines in the browser, but the WebExtension API does not give access to that. This add-on offers a nice alternative.

    Thank you for the great work!
  • Questo componente aggiuntivo combina la procedura di Add to Search Bar (RIP) con la ricerca contestuale. Ogni sito con un motore di ricerca interno può essere aggiunto alla propria lista di motori posizionando il cursore all'interno del campo di ricerca e selezionando 'Aggiungi una parola chiave per questa ricerca' dal menu contestuale. Si apre una finestra di dialogo che chiede il nome x il nuovo motore, una parola chiave e la cartella di destinazione, che deve essere preventivamente creata, con il nome Searches, nel Menu Segnalibri. Da provare!
  • It's works! Thanks
  • Stopped working today, but it worked yesterday. It fails at "glosbe.com"
    Can't say for sure what causes the problem. Please check out the FAQ at https://github.com/NumeriusNegidius/Context-Search/wiki. Hope you find your answer/workaround there.
  • Too complicated to get this work if it dose work.
  • Good idea! But not getting the search engines already installed is a failure. Bookmarking each search site is too much work to get it working.
    I know, Iknow, it's a limitation of the webextensions API, but perhaps you/we should talk to Mozilla developers on how to make it work and correct/patch the API.
  • I added a "Searches" folder to bookmarks. Then highlighted a word. The extension's "Search for" line shows up in the context menu. BUT none of the search engines are displayed.
    Please check out the FAQ at https://github.com/NumeriusNegidius/Context-Search/wiki. Hope you find your answer there.
  • THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!

    ps.
    possible to move this under right position in context menu? under firefox's „search google „for””? seems like a right place
    Thank you! :)

    WebExtensions are confined to the bottom of the context menu; nothing I can do about it unfortunately.
  • Just what I wanted to make. Perfect !
    I already had a folder with keyword searches. It's like you're in my head :P