Discussion about official Mozilla Firefox builds
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I have my keyword.URL set to http://www.google.com/search?btnI=I%27m ... e=UTF-8&q= (default)
But when I type "test" in the address bar it takes me to http://www.google.com/search?q=test ... eg the "search" option.. is that a glitch?
[Edit] Also I tested my search engine bar thingy.. it has Google default on it... If I type test in that it takes me to http://www.google.com/search?q=test&sou ... 8&oe=utf-8 kinda weird...
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As for the searchengine bar thingy: take a look at the file <Firefox program folder>\searchplugins\google.src. There you can fit the string to your needs.
The keyword.URL is supposed to work like calling the lucky link, just as you assumed. But it seems to conflict with certain extensions or settings. For me the whole thing worked in the beginning but stopped functioning at all at some point. When I type "test" I just get the message "http://test/ - The requested URL could not be retrieved" although my keyword-settings are unchanged.
WFM..using Mozilla Suite (mmoy 040323) ,FX (mmoy 040321) (JTw 040320) its take me to www.test.com. I'm adding this in my user.js :
/* KEYWORD SEARCH */
That's exactly what BlueFyre wrote and it's the Firefox default anyway.
// KEYWORD SEARCH
......and how its go to google search option http://www.google.com/search?q=test ,then ?.
I dont have any problem adding/comments with "/*...*/" in my user.js you also can comments "// or //* in user.js.....imo.
...anyway thanx for your concern..
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Aren't both of them both based on C syntax?
// Means comment until newline
so this isn't commented...
/* And this means comment until you get the other sign.
which is this (And this is still commented) */ So this isn't commented.
Or did they only take parts of the commenting syntax from C?
This is just a sig.
I think they allow full C/C++ comment syntax.
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Since JS, unlike HTML, allows comments anywhere (in HTML a comment inside of an element tag breaks the parsing ), a particularly useful way of using the block comments (/* */) is inside of function calls and such where additional / different parameters might be needed or for debugging. Like, alert('behold the ' /* + 'power of' */ + 'goodness of cheese!')
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