Quick web searcher using Epiphany and Google.
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If I Alt+F2 and enter epiphany <search criteria> I can get epiphany to open in google (my epiphany home page) with the search completed. That is so handy for checking definitions, history and names etc. Is there anything like that I can use in Gnome3. I would want it to look exactly like the 'run' launcher except I would not have to type in which browser to use. Probably entered in a config file. It would use a different shortcut key of course. I also used to use a bash alias from the command line in a terminal -- still can but that is a couple of extra steps if I am not using a terminal. >From anywhere, any workspace, a shortcut key, then type a word, enter and search completed in an open epiphany window. If that kind of thing doesn't exist could you suggest how I might make one? -- Regards Bill Fedora 15, Gnome 3.0.2 Evo.3.0.2, Emacs 23.2.1 _______________________________________________ gnome-list mailing list gnome-list@xxxxxxxxx http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gnome-list
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