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Ubiquity command for searching in Openbravo’s wiki

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If you are a command-liner (like me) you should take a look the Ubiquity extension for Firefox.

Don’t just surf the web — command it!

Ubiquity is a time-saving Firefox extension that simplifies common web activities by letting you give commands to Firefox…

Ubiquity extension provides an API that allows you create your own commands. I took a moment and created a command to search some term in the wiki: obs.

You can see it in action:

You can grab the command’s code from here:
http://bitbucket.org/iperdomo/labs/raw/tip/ubiquity/obs.js

I hope it saves you some time.

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Written by katratxo

November 19, 2009 at 7:34 pm

Posted in Openbravo

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  1. […] in Mediawiki search engine, the Google Custom search engine or external tools such as Ubiquity, presented by Iván Perdomo some days […]


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