Ubiquitous Ubiquity Add- on for FirefoxBy Angsuman Chakraborty, Gaea News Network
Friday, January 16, 2009
Ubiquity is a very popular Firefox extension that adds a flexible natural language command line to Firefox. This add- on serves in multiple purposes. The new version of Ubiquity is 0.1.5. is a quick download, and you can get started experimenting with commands right away by hitting Ctrl-Space to bring Ubiquity up.
You can find Ubuiquity commands of many types at Ubiquity Herd. There are commands for doing quick Wikipedia, Google and Yelp searches, getting text translated, and much more. The best way to get used to the command interface is to go through Mozilla’s user tutorial, and there is also a tutorial for anyone who wants to create Ubiquity commands.
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