- 来自 Ftfk，1 年前评分 5 / 5edit: my "request" was actually already a built-in feature.. nothing else to add, this is a great add-on.
This should be a default feat of firefox, very useful.
One request : I've like 5 languages translation from google translate, all appear with the same icon. The half second wait (x4) for the name of the shortcut to appear when hovering with the mouse is too long...
It would be nice to customize the icon, or add a caption. All could be saved with the "export" feat.
Thanks for this appHi there! Thanks a lot for the review. :)
You can already customize the icon URLs however you want. ;) Simply replace the default icon URL with a link to any image on the web and SSS will download it, resize it to a small size, and save it as data, so it doesn't have to download it again.
I hope this helps!
- 来自 Firefox 用户 13441984，1 年前评分 5 / 5I would like to see more search engines to select from. Adding new one isnt as easy as I woud wish. (Just like bing, DuckDuckGo etc.) They could be turned off by default tho. But anyway it saves me few seconds of ctrlc/ctrlv :D
Edit: Is is possible to poen search in new tab by default? I cant find it.. settings for this addon are confusing tbhI understand and will think about this. ;) The problem with adding more engines by default is "where do I stop?", but yeah, Bing and DuckDuckGo are common enough that they could be in SSS by default.
Thanks for the review! :)
- 来自 Firefox 用户 15733498，1 年前评分 4 / 5Awesome add-on, huge customization facility, quite easy to handle! Fantastic!
BUT: Unfortunately, it seems not to work in Firefox' reader view. Even after i pressed the keyboard shortcut (Ctrl+Shift+Space), SSS did not give any sign of live. But when viewing the same website outside reader view, SSS worked fine.
I often use reader view and would like to use SSS combined with it, e.g. to search expressions from a complex article in a dictionary. Could you please let me know if there is a way to use SSS inside reader view? Thanks :-)Hello and thanks! :)
Sadly, there's nothing SSS can do in the reader view. This is an issue in Firefox itself, since it doesn't allow extensions to add content to the reader view (the issue is tracked here: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1371786 and in my own issues page here: https://github.com/CanisLupus/swift-selection-search/issues/144).
It seems we'll have to wait! :(